Nearly a year after shuttering its law school, Indiana Tech on Tuesday celebrated new partnerships with Ohio universities benefiting students pursuing a law degree.
Under the 3+3 program with the University of Toledo and Ohio Northern University, Indiana Tech students can achieve their law degree in six years instead of the traditional seven by spending their fourth year of college at one of the Ohio institutions for their first year of law school. The combined six years of undergraduate and graduate schooling includes two additional years at Toledo or Ohio Northern.
Indiana Tech President Karl Einolf, among others, participated in a signing ceremony formalizing the agreements in Andorfer Commons on the Fort Wayne campus.
“We’re absolutely excited about this partnership and thrilled students interested in law have the opportunity to further their education at two very fine institutions,” Einolf said.
Check out the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette for more info.