Campus Visits and Tours

Individual Visits:

Prospective and admitted students are encouraged to visit Coastal Law’s campus.  We encourage you to meet with a counselor, take a tour of our campus, sit in on a law school class, meet with a professor, or experience some of our student activities.

The Admissions team is on campus Monday through Friday and provide counseling sessions and tours of the campus typically at 10:30am and 2:00pm each day.  We also set up visits based on your individual availability as well.  Please use either the campus visit or group visit forms below to schedule an appointment.  If you have any specific requests please contact our office at 904-680-7710 to schedule your appointment. 

This fall we have nine different opportunities for you to sit in on classes:

  • Monday/Wednesday: Contracts I, Room 405 from 9:00-10:21am (Professor Clausen)
  • Monday Wednesday: Criminal Law, Room 550 from 10:30-11:51am (Professor Priester)
  • Monday/Wednesday: Property II, Room 365 from 2:30-3:51pm (Professor Hull)
  • Tuesday/Thursday: Torts I, Room 550 from 9:00-10:21am (Professor Scaldo)
  • Tuesday/Thursday: Property II, Room 250 from 10:30-11:51am (Professor Nichols)
  • Tuesday/Thursday: Contracts II, Room 405 from 2:15-3:36pm (Professor Clausen)
  • Wednesday/Friday: Contracts II, Room 365 from 10:35-11:56am (Professor Millard)
  • Wednesday/Friday: Contracts I, Room 515 from 1:30-2:51pm (Professor Millard)
  • Friday: Torts II, Room 250 from 2:00-3:50pm (Professor Ragan)

Please call the office to reserve your seat in one of these classes.  (904-680-7710)

Group Visits:

Is your student organization interested in visiting our campus?  We can personalize that visit to your specifications in regards to touring the campus, meeting with student organizations and leaders, as well as sitting in on our of our classes.  Please provide a description of your requests on the group form or contact Megan Schade at mschade@fcsl.edu or 904-256-1211 with specific questions.

 

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