2Ls and 3Ls: Apply to be a Spring ASP Leader

The Academic Success Program is pleased to open its application for spring 2024 doctrinal course (i.e., Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, and Property) ASP leaders. ASP leaders assist 1Ls with a variety of academic-related matters, including developing effective study habits, reviewing key course material, and preparing for examinations. The following qualities will guide the selection of ASP leaders:

  • the desire, care, and creativity to assist students in developing effective learning strategies and in welcoming them to our community;
  • the ability to communicate effectively with students and faculty members;
  • the analytic skills essential to success as a law student; and
  • the professionalism to fulfill a commitment that spans the majority of a semester, regardless of other existing or potential demands.

ASP leaders perform their work in exchange for two academic credits. ASP leaders are required to attend a training session at the beginning of the spring semester; hold weekly sessions with a partner; and observe every meeting of their professor’s course until the last three weeks of the regular semester. Applicants must have completed the 1L curriculum before this coming spring and must have received an honors grade in a course to serve as its ASP leader. 

Please click on this link to apply to serve as an ASP leader for next spring. (Students who have served as a doctrinal course ASP leader in the past neet not apply; Dean Fodor will contact former ASP leaders about returning for the spring 2024 semester.) As part of your application, please be prepared to submit a résumé and brief cover letter explaining your interest in serving in the position. Please address your cover letter to the ASP Selection Committee. Applications must be submitted no later than 12 p.m. on Tuesday, October 10. Applicants who receive an interview will be contacted after the application deadline.

Contact: Dean Fodor

How to Find Your Midterm Exam IDs

If you are taking a midterm in the coming weeks, you will need your exam ID! Your exam ID number will ensure anonymity in the exam-grading process and is different from your MUID. 

To find your midterm exam ID: Make sure you are signed in to the Law School's website. Navigate to your profile page by clicking on the person symbol in the upper-right-hand corner. Once on your profile page, you should find your four-digit exam ID listed on the right side, under your information.

Please note, new ID numbers will be assigned in November for your final exams. Please make sure to check your profile page again in mid-November to access your final-exam ID. 

Contact: Student Affairs Office Associate Emma Geiser