Graduate School Resources
The National Council for Black Studies maintains a list of Africana Studies Graduate Programs at the master’s and doctoral levels
- Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in African American Studies at UNCG
- Graduate Certificate Program in African and African American Studies at Duke University
Pre-Doctoral Summer Programs
- The Moore Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a graduate-level research experience for highly talented undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds who are interested in pursuing doctorates in the humanities, social sciences or fine arts.
- The Pre-Doctoral Scholars Institute at Louisiana State University is is a four week summer intensive program designed to promote the entrance of promising and talented undergraduates from diverse backgrounds into graduate programs within the humanities and social sciences.
- The African American Literatures and Cultures Institute at The University of Texas at San Antonio is a preparatory program that guides students in learning about what it takes to become a Professor of African American literary and cultural studies.
Law School Resources
- ABA/LSAC Official Guide to ABA Approved Law Schools, 2009 Edition
- Barron’s Guide to Law Schools
- Planet Law School II: What You Need to Know (Before You Go), But Didn’t Know to Ask … And No One Else Will Tell You, Second Edition, by Atticus Falcon
- The Official Guide to Legal Specialties, by Lisa L. Abrams
- Ultimate Guide to Law Schools, by U.S. News & World Report
The Law School Admission Council provides:
- a comprehensive list of Resources for the Prelaw Candidate
- a guide to getting started Thinking About Law School
The Council on Legal Education Opportunity has special programs for students interested in pursuing a law degree:
The National Black Prelaw Conference and Law Fair is held each fall in Houston, TX