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4-3 Programs

Siena has established relationships with three law schools where Siena grads can complete their undergraduate education and then proceed with their law education.

 

Albany Law School

 

Siena College and Albany Law School have cooperated in establishing a 4/3 Early Admission Program that will accept applications from students either prior to the start of the freshman year or after the freshman year. Students admitted to the program will be guaranteed admission to Albany Law School upon attainment of their bachelor’s degree provided they have satisfied the criteria specified for remaining in the program. Acceptance is contingent upon students:

  • maintaining a 3.2 GPA during the first three years and a 3.3 cumulative GPA by the end of the senior year

 

 

Pace University School of Law


Siena College and  Pace University School of Law have cooperated in establishing a 4/3 Program that enables the Siena student at the conclusion of their freshman year to apply for acceptance to Pace University School of Law upon graduation from Siena College. Acceptance is contingent upon students:

  • maintaining a 3.20 GPA during the Sophomore, Junior and Senior years
  • earning a 155 on the LSAT

 

Western New England University School of Law

Siena College and Western New England University School of Law have arranged a 4/3 Program that enables the Siena student at the conclusion of their freshman year to be accepted to Western New England University School of Law upon graduation from Siena College.  Acceptance is contingent upon students:

  • maintaining a 3.30 GPA during the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years
  • interviewing with a professional admissions staff member from Western New England University School of Law
  • satisfying character and fitness standards established by Western New England University School of Law. 

Final decisions on acceptance will be made in the first semester of the student's senior year.

Students interested in either program should consult with the Pre-Law Advisor , Leonard Cutler, Ph.D.