ENERGY IN ACTION: A SEMESTER IN HOUSTON

With an EENR curriculum that ranks No. 1 in the nation, the Law Center attracts strong interest from students attending other law schools. To accommodate these students, the Law Center offers a “Semester in Houston” program that allows visiting students to enroll in a number of EENR-related courses and benefit from conferences, symposia and direct access to a wide energy network in the Houston area.

Students who are interested in the “Semester in Houston” program must be in good standing at another ABA-accredited law school. Visiting students should submit primary and alternate course selections to their home school when seeking approval of potential credits. Visiting students are not permitted to register for first-year courses, and they must arrange their financial aid through their home school via a consortium agreement administered through the Office of Admissions at the Law Center. Special provisions may apply to students who attend other Houston-area law schools. Application deadlines are July 15 for the Fall Semester and Nov. 15 for the Spring Semester.

More information about the “Energy in Action: A Semester in Houston” program is available at: www.law.uh.edu/admissions/transfer-visiting.asp.