The undergraduate curriculum of Peru State provides a sound foundation for pre-law study and offers students an opportunity to challenge and expand their capacities to the fullest. Students planning a legal career should inform their academic advisor of this fact early in their undergraduate years in order to make important decisions regarding the selection of courses. During the junior or senior year, the student will need to register for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). Acceptance into law school will depend upon many factors, including scores on the LSAT and grade point average. Other factors generally considered by law schools include campus and community involvement, work experience, and letters of recommendation. The Peru State undergraduate experience provides an excellent opportunity to demonstrate strength in these areas.