Students who are academically dismissed despite adhering to all Assured Outcomes Partnership terms and conditions listed below will receive $10,000 from Florida Coastal School of Law, which we recommend be used to defray any student loans incurred. This assurance is being made available to those full-time students beginning their studies in fall 2013 and thereafter.
Terms and Conditions:
- Receive at least a “C” in Law School Foundations (1st semester), and if a “C” is not earned, the student must enroll in Law School Foundations II (2nd semester) and receive a grade of “Pass or High Pass.”
- Complete the entire grammar program by November 26, 2013, and earn a minimum score of 85 on the post-test. The score for Core Grammar will be taken directly from students’ Legal Methods or Comprehensive Legal Methods class.
- Attend at least one review session (Teaching Assistant-led or professor-led) for each doctrinal class (1st and 2nd semesters). If no Teaching Assistant-led or Faculty-led review session is held for a doctrinal course the student will be excused of this requirement for that course.
- Submit a detailed study schedule to a D2L dropbox by September 6, 2013, for the fall semester and January 31, 2014, for the spring semester.
- Submit an outline (or other subject summary) for each doctrinal class to a D2L dropbox by November 26, 2013, for the fall semester and April 29, 2014, for the spring semester.
- Complete and earn a score of 65% or better on at least 25 multiple choice questions for each doctrinal class enrolled in using the Kaplan Program. Completion is required by November 26, 2013, for the fall semester and April 29, 2014, for the spring semester.
- Review all midterm and finals for each class (as applicable) and complete exam self-assessment forms. Self-assessments must be uploaded to D2L no later than two weeks after grades are distributed or posted.
- Submit a detailed final exam study schedule and upload to D2L by November 3, 2013, for the fall semester and April 8, 2014, for the spring semester.