Students and representatives from Brevard College joined representatives from Appalachian School of Law for the signing of a preferred admissions agreement to Appalachian School for Law for Brevard College students.
Brevard College President, Dr. Bradley J. Andrews, Brevard College Dean of the Faculty, Dr. Jennifer Frick-Ruppert, Appalachian School of Law President and Dean, B. Keith Faulkner, and Appalachian School of Law Dean of Admissions, Holly Cline, joined the students for the signing ceremony.
The partnership between Brevard College and Appalachian School of Law provides a pathway to law school for Brevard College graduates. Brevard College students could also qualify for merit scholarships from Appalachian School of Law.
The American Bar Association (ABA) has approved Appalachian School of Law. Located in Grundy, VA, the small, rural setting provides an ideal place to study. Brevard College students attending Appalachian School of Law will note the similarities between the small town of Grundy and the small town of Brevard. Both Appalachian School of Law and Brevard College have adopted an experiential approach to teaching and learning. Appalachian School of law also has a small campus environment similar to Brevard College.
“We are grateful to Appalachian School of Law for offering this opportunity to Brevard College students,” said Dr. R. Chad Holt, Vice President of Admissions and Financial Aid at Brevard College.
Brevard College offers a highly customized, individualized education that focuses on creating educational experiences for students. Located in the mountains near Asheville, Brevard College is consistently recognized as one of the best colleges in the South. For more information, contact the Brevard College Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Appalachian School of Law website at www.asl.edu