Adam Andrae came to ONU after participating in a program that allowed him to experience what life as a law student was like. He was drawn to the campus as well as the faculty. He believes that the location of the college has helped him to focus on his studies. He felt that his time visiting helped him to build relationships on campus that would eventually lead him to choose Ohio Northern. Adam was also drawn to the diversity within the law program. “There are so many different perspectives in the classroom,” he says. “I think that it improves everyone’s education.”
Adam would like to return to his home in Pennsylvania to practice law as an attorney. He feels that the family feel of the ONU law program has helped paved his way to success. He is able to draw knowledge and support from his professors as well as his fellow students. “You could call anyone from the program 10 years from now, and they would still help you with whatever you need,” he says. “It’s very personal.” Adam plans to continue focusing on different perspectives as he continues his studies, building lasting relationships with colleagues that will carry into his future career.