If you are a Northeastern Illinois University student who is planning to attend law school or a health profession school, the Pre-Professional Adviser can provide you with personal attention, support and guidance as you pursue your goals by providing you with necessary information related to pre-professional programs and services.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers several resources and services for students who intend to apply to professional and/or graduate schools after completing their bachelor's degree such as:
- Guiding, monitoring and assisting students in their academic progress and success and their involvement in activities, workshops and internships
- Assisting students in the application process to professional school
- Information, reference books, brochures, advice on course selection for professional and graduate school preparation
- Information about the basic requirements and admission procedures of professional and graduate schools
- Referrals to other appropriate resources for information about professional and graduate schools.
- Assist students to make connections with NEIU faculty and staff members
- Advise students on how to obtain letters of recommendation
- Assist students in preparing personal statements.
- Provide opportunities for students to learn more about professional and graduate schools and career options
Pre-Professional Student Organizations
The NEIU Pre-Law Society is a student-run club for current NEIU students interested in pursuing Law School. The Society offers opportunities to participate in pre-law related events, hear guest speakers, take practice LSAT exams, moot court, and more.
Current NEIU Students are invited to join the Pre-Law Society on CollegiateLink
Future Health Professionals Club
To promote health consciousness amongst the student body, sponsor health related activities for the benefit of the community at large and provide a network of resources for NEIU pre-health students.
Current NEIU Students are invited to join the Future health Professionals on CollegiateLink