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The Fannie Angelos Program
2 Programs,  1 Goal

We find talent, provide a path to success
and watch diversity flourish.

Fannie Angelos Scholars


 LSAT Award

Eight juniors and seniors from Maryland historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) are selected as Scholars.  The Scholars Program gives you the opportunity to explore your interest in studying the law.


You improve your analytical and writing skills while developing critical law school strategies.

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Bowie State University

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Coppin State University

 Juniors, seniors, graduate students and alumni of Maryland HBCUs and 4 other selected Maryland public colleges can apply to the LSAT Award Program.


Eighty students, including the 8 Scholars are selected and receive a $1,399 award to take a 16-week Law School Admission Test (LSAT) review class during the spring semester. 


The program goal is to prepare you to perform better in college, score higher on the LSAT and to excel once you enter law school.

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Morgan State University

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University of Maryland
Eastern Shore


The class is designed and taught by the Princeton Review. Class sessions take place on the HBCU campuses. The class helps you build strategies to score higher on the LSAT.

The Fannie Angelos Program is a collaboration between the UB School of Law, Maryland HBCUs and the Princeton Review.The program aims to help students pass the LSAT, to prepare students to excel once they begin their formal legal education and to increase diversity in the legal profession.