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nikaar
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Hello,

I am considering asking the Undergraduate Program Director at my school for a LOR. I have worked with her closely while I was the president of my program's student association but I've never had a class with her. So I'm wondering if she is still considered an academic reference?

Thank you,
Nika
Dave Killoran
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Hi Nikaar,

Good question! This is one of those situations where since it's coming from a school and you worked with her in an academic setting, it will count as academic (kind of like, "if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it is a duck").

If you need any pointers on getting the best LOR, check out: https://vimeo.com/195500523

Good luck!!
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