The Politics, Society, and Law (PSL) Scholars examine current social issues from a legal or political perspective. Students explore the role such issues play in society and related careers including law, journalism, business, teaching, the sciences, the arts, or any other field of interest.
As part of a co-curricular program, first year PSL Scholars live together in the same residence hall. This living-learning community allows students to reside in a close-knit environment while enjoying the benefits of a large university. From building a 50-foot long banana split to studying for a common course, the PSL first-year residential community is where students meet some of their closest friends.
“PSLers” can be found majoring in nearly any discipline, from Political Science to Neuroscience, English to Engineering. Students quickly learn how to combine their academic and political/legal interests, typically selecting a minor or second major in the process. While law school is a common destination for many of our graduates, over half our students follow a different career path immediately after college, from graduate study to employment in the private or public/government sectors.
We invite you to learn more about our program and our students. Should you have any questions regarding the Politics, Society, and Law Scholars Program, please contact Kevin A. Freeman, Program Manager, at 614.247.7821 or via e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org