Summer Academic Success Program (ASP) is pre-matriculation program designed to help incoming students maximize their potential to succeed in their first year of law school. Unlike commercial pre-matriculation programs, Summer ASP gives students more than just a glimpse of law school.
The 2013 Summer ASP ScheduleThe 2013 Summer Academic Success Program begins on Monday, August 12, and runs every day, including weekends, through Tuesday, August 20. The day division of Summer ASP, begins at 1- 4:45 pm, Saturday and Sunday included.
The evening division of Summer ASP, runs on weekdays from 5:30-9:15 pm and on the two weekend days (Saturday and Sunday August 17 and 18) from 1-4:45 pm, and also runs approximately four hours each day.
Summer ASP 2013 MaterialsAll participants must commit to attending all of the program components. Students may not opt out of any aspect of the program based on work schedule or other scheduling conflicts.For Those Required to Participate in ASPIf you were informed in your acceptance letter that you are required to participate in ASP, you will be registered automatically and will attend free of charge. For Those Suggested to Participate in ASPIf you were informed in your acceptance letter that you are suggested to participate in ASP, you must complete the online application to register for the program and may attend free of charge.
Register online.For Those Who Opt to Participate in ASPFor students that are neither required nor suggested for ASP, you must complete the online application to register and pay a fee of $1,000 to participate in the program. Payment must be made at the time of registration and will be processed online. Please note that space in the program is limited, so you should register as soon as possible.For the Summer ASP 2013 program, currently only the evening session is available.
Register onlinePreparationYou do not need to do anything to prepare for Summer ASP until shortly before it begins. A link to the necessary materials and schedule will be e-mailed to your Capital University Law School email account approximately one week before the program begins. At that time, students will be given the information that they will need to prepare for the first day of class, which will take you an hour or two.
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