Live in our Justice and Pre-Law wing

The Justice and Pre-Law wing is a residential-based learning community for freshmen interested in social justice and pre-law topics such as the legal system, law enforcement, homeland security, socioeconomics, and race and class issues in America.

The wing is set up with double and triple rooms in University Tower.

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University Tower on the IUPUI campus

The people you meet in this community are people who are going to succeed. You’ll gain lifelong friends while networking for the future.

Edward Hansen, BSCJ'17

An environment that fosters social responsibility

  • Live with other freshmen who share your interests and work as a team
  • Participate in Summer Bridge and Themed Learning Community programs
  • Attend pre-law school sessions hosted by the McKinney School of Law
  • Get involved with student organizations
  • Volunteer at local food banks
  • Tour the Marion County Courts and Crime Lab
  • Connect and collaborate with O’Neill faculty, students, alumni, and staff

How to apply

To be eligible to live in the Justice and Pre-Law wing, students must:

  • Apply for IUPUI housing early through the Housing Service Center.
  • On the IUPUI housing application, select Justice and Pre-Law wing.
  • Identify as an O’Neill or pre-law major. Exploratory students or students who have an interest in justice and pre-law are also encouraged to apply.

To learn more about how you can benefit from living in the Justice and Pre-Law wing, contact James Eckerty.