Gallery: ASA Division of Legal Studies kicked off its Program Advisory Committee meetings Last Wednesday ASA Division of Legal Studies kicked off its Program Advisory Committee meetings. These meetings are multipurpose and will help us be future-oriented. The assembled participants discussed developing, evaluating, maintaining, and improving both programs – Criminal Justice and Paralegal Studies – within Legal Studies to better support our student population, current, future and, alumni. Seny Taveras, Chairperson of ASA Division of Legal Studies says, “We...
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ASA Mens JV Basketball team will play at the Barclays Center
ASA Mens JV Basketball team has been invited to play Bergen Community College at the Barclays Center on Sunday, January 12, at 11am followed by the Atlanta Hawks vs the Brooklyn Nets at 6pm. Tickets will grant you access to the ASA College game and then the Nets game. Tickets sales start at $45 and a portion of the ticket sales will given back to the JV Team.
All students, faculty, professors, administrators, coaches, family and friends are invited and encouraged to buy a ticket to cheer and support our team.
Bank checks and money orders should payable to ASA College
Debit/Credit card orders contact Coach Brett.
Tickets are limited. Get yours ASAP!
Please buy a ticket and support our Mens JV Basketball team!
Attention, students from all campuses! On Monday, 01/20, classes are suspended due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, 01/21. Enjoy the holiday and take this opportunity to learn more about Martin Luther King Jr. Day and how he shaped our history.
Professor Green Returns to Legal Studies Department Returning professor Candi Green Esq. was excited to take part in this interview because she believes it is important that future students have the opportunity to learn about their professors. She shared her thoughts and experiences with us on topics that ranged from her journey and motivation to enter the legal profession, to the types of real-world advice she can offer students during her class discussions. After our conversation it was clear...