“Working full-time and pursuing an undergraduate education can be a daunting task, but Bay Path’s One-Day-A-Week Saturday College made it possible for me to earn my degree quickly without jeopardizing my work schedule. I knew from the moment I sat down in my first class that I was in a unique environment—one in which my classmates and I could easily relate to each other because we were in the same boat and understood the challenges associated with balancing life, work, and an education.
The desire to pursue a graduate degree in law is what prompted me to return to school to obtain my undergraduate degree. Because the legal studies degree was not yet an option in the Bay Path One Day program in 2005, I opted for the liberal studies degree and the certificate of advanced paralegal studies. With undergraduate law courses taught by faculty including The Honorable Robert Gordon, Atty. Nathan Olin, Atty. Justin Dion, and Atty. Diane Curtis, my desire to continue studying law was constantly reinforced. When it came time to apply to law school, the Bay Path faculty and my classmates were there with support and assistance.
Choosing Bay Path’s One-Day-A-Week Saturday College is one of the best decisions I have ever made.”
- Lenore is currently enrolled in her third year as an evening student at the University of Connecticut School of Law.