Cooley Law Hosts Open House

January 22, 2003
| By Katy Rent |
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GRAND RAPIDS — Thomas M. Cooley Law School is coming to Grand Rapids for a proper introduction and will do so tomorrow with an open house from 4-7 p.m.

Cooley administrators, office representatives and faculty will be available at the Western Michigan University downtown graduate center campus to answer questions about Cooley Law School and entering the legal profession.

“This really gives us a chance to introduce ourselves to the community,” said Helen Mickens, professor and associate dean of community relations. “We have been receiving numerous letters thanking us for coming to the community and this will give us a chance to meet those people and see how we can meet their needs.”

Interested students will have the opportunity to find out about first-term classes, talk with admissions representatives, find out about financial aid and career services, get answers from the Cooley faculty and meet one-on-one with other representatives.

The open house will be held in the Graduate Center Commons Area of the WMU downtown campus, on Ionia SW. Those that RSVP will receive a free gift and registration is available through the Web site by visiting and clicking on “take classes in Grand Rapids.”

Parking is free upon informing the attendant of the open house.

For more information and any additional questions, call the Cooley communications office at (517) 371-5140, Ext. 2916, or e-mail questions to         

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