1.3 Academic Support
Third-year law students serve as Academic Counselors and provide academic support for law students under the direction of the Office of the Dean of Students. Academic Counselors are available during regular office hours to consult on study skills, to review exams and papers, and to give general academic advice and support. They also coordinate several programs throughout the year for first-year students that offer tips on preparing for class discussions and the Socratic Method, exam preparation, course selection, and other topics as they arise. Additional information on the Academic Counselor program, including contact information and office hours, can be found at http://www.law.uchicago.edu/students/academicassistance/counselors.
If the resources of the Academic Counselors are insufficient to meet a particular student’s needs, the Dean of Students or the Associate Director of Student Affairs are available to meet with the student to determine what resources are needed.
In addition, the University’s Student Counseling Service (SCS) has an Academic Skills Assessment Program (ASAP) that is an educational, clinically-based program designed to provide comprehensive study skills counseling.
If you have any additional questions about academic support, please see the Dean of Students or the Associate Director of Student Affairs.