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I'm a bit confused by the question but I think the simplest way would be to just search: "Does [college name] offer prelaw?" or "Does [college name] have a prelaw program?" Certain schools are known for their prelaw programs, so you could also search "best prelaw schools in the country" as well. All colleges with websites will have a tab that lists all of their majors or programs for undergraduate studies as well as for remote learning or graduate studies if offered, so you can also look for the major of 'prelaw' in these lists or 'law' in general. On these websites there is often a place where you can request more information so you can get emails from those schools, and by signing up you usually put your major of preference. If you still cannot figure it out, I suggest that you contact your school counselor, an individual that knows a lot about college admissions at your school, or someone from admissions at the colleges you are interested in. Hope this helps! Best of luck. :)
Use the link below. Go to "Majors & Learning Environment," and then select a specific major (in your case Pre-Law Studies). You'll be able to see a list of all the schools that have a pre-law option.