For Immediate Release
November 22, 2013
Contact: Maureen Mooney (603.458.5145)
SALEM, NH – The American College of History and Legal Studies (ACHLS) has announced that it will grant full merit-based college scholarships to qualified students who start their junior year at ACHLS in 2014-15.
Peter M. Malaguti, the Dean and Professor of ACHLS, said that “A recipient of one of the scholarships receives full tuition for the entire junior year of college. The ACHLS is nestled in a region of the country where tuition at some neighboring colleges is upward of $40,000 per year. Not having to worry about tuition for an entire year of college is only one of the tremendous benefits that the ACHLS is proud to offer its students.”
The American College of History and Legal Studies was created by the Massachusetts School of Law. An affordable “completion” college offering the junior and senior years of undergraduate study toward a bachelor’s degree in history and legal studies, ACHLS also offers an “Early Admission To Law School” program in conjunction with the Massachusetts School of Law. Like its sister school MSL, all classes at ACHLS are taught exclusively using the discussion (not lecture) method of teaching.
Those students who choose to spend their senior year (of 2015-16) at ACHLS instead of going to the Massachusetts School of Law in 2015-16 (or who are ineligible to go to MSL then), will have to pay only half tuition (or $5,000) in their senior year.