"Hello! My name is Molly Graham! I'm from just outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but escaped the winters for four years in undergrad at UTK. I found my way back North for Syracuse University College of Law. I chose SUCOL for the upbeat and involved atmosphere. I also loved the variety of clubs, clinics, and strong community connections SUCOL has to offer. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out! Hope to see you on campus soon!"
"SUCOL was an easy choice for me. When looking at law schools to apply to, Syracuse stood out for me because of their wide variety of classes offered and friendly atmosphere. Every student, faculty member, and professor I emailed prior to attending was happy to answer any questions I had. What really pushed me to come to Syracuse, however, is their externship program. I am very excited to participate in their DCEx program, where I will be able to work and live in Washington, D.C. for an entire semester! Through this program, Syracuse is giving me the opportunity to network and gain real-life experience, all while earning class credit. I could not be happier to be a member of the SUCOL community! Feel free to email me with any questions you have, or just to say hi!"
"I chose Syracuse University College of Law because of its strong reputation in the disability law sector. I felt that Syracuse was a school focused on building connections, skills, and experiences for its students. I have met many alumni from the College of Law and they have provided assistance in the beginning of my legal career which has been invaluable."
Houston, TexasHello! My name is Sherell Carter! I'm from the "Bayou City" Houston, Texas. I enjoy the South's year-round warm climate but was glad to experience the Winterland snows that Syracuse offers. I chose SUCOL because it strongly supports the military community and its cutting-edge program for non-traditional law students. Due to SUCOL consistent efforts to promote diversity and inclusion, I have had the privilege of meeting many pillars in our society that have helped shape American's legal foundation. I have first-hand experience handling anxiety about enrolling in law school with family and career obligations and skepticism that may come with being older than the average law student. It can be done! If you have any questions, don't be shy! Reach out to me, and I will gladly assist.
Queens, New YorkHi! My name is Moriah Combs. I am from Queens, New York. I went to undergrad in Huntsville, Alabama at Oakwood University (an HBCU)! I came back to my home state and decided to attend Syracuse University College of Law (SUCOL). I chose SUCOL because of the amazing alumni connections and interactive clubs. The students are very welcoming and they definitely help you succeed. Please contact me if you have any questions! I hope to see you on campus in the future!