William Mitchell College of Law Reviews
The Hybrid J.D. program at Mitchell Hamline School of Law is outstanding. It is the perfect balance of softness and steel that helps students become the lawyers that are needed in society today. The professors are active members of the law community and teach from experience with an eye for the future. No better program exists on the market today.
Some professors are very competent and accessible. Overall, the staff and faculty involved in administration are more than disappointing. I am not supported by the school. Diversity exists, but the nuances diversity introduces are not supported by the program.
Professors are amazing but the administration is disappointing. I almost transferred but for realizing that it is the professors that matter. At the end of the day, I don't feel supported by the school but at least I know the material.
Evening program is the way to go. Large amount of scholarships available, and lots of support from the faculty. Speak up and talk to the faculty and you will gain lifelong career advisors and partners.
We don't have a stadium, let alone a turf field. We need to get a turf field soon! Basketball games are the most popular events to attend!
for Hospitality & Tourism we have great internships available for students, such as going to disney to work there, as well as study abroad in Switzerland at a world famous hospitality school!
It's very easy to do well at this school. There is so much academic and career support right in front of uoi; very easy to access the academic support on campus. The classwork is very easy. Teachers are mostly always available with office hours.
Average. There are some rules, but nothing striking.
The process of getting into law school is standard. Prospective applicants should take the LSAT, and submit Personal Statement along with it. It is pretty straight-forward, but allow yourself around 3 moths to effectively prepare for the test.