Office of the Registrar
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Degree Audit Checklist
The Degree Audit is used to determine the student’s progress toward completing the degree requirements necessary to earn the Juris Doctor degree. A student can track progress via the degree audit checklist. Questions should be directed to email@example.com.
Links to Curriculum Requirements aka Degree Audit Checklists:
Please log in to the student portal to get a copy of your unofficial transcript to use when going over your degree requirements.
Eligibility requirements for a Juris Doctor Degree can be found in your Student Handbook.
In recognition of superior academic achievement, a Juris Doctor degree may be granted with special honors as follows:
- Cum Laude: 3.25
- Magna Cum Laude: 3.50
- Summa Cum Laude: 3.75
Enrollment or Degree Verification Letters – The National Student Clearinghouse is our authorized agent for providing enrollment verification for currently enrolled students and degree verification of our graduates. Please refer your lenders, credit card companies, etc. to the National Student Clearinghouse in the event that they have electronic access to the data.
The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:
- Web: www.enrollmentverify.org
- Mail: National Student Clearinghouse, 13454 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 300, Herndon, VA 20171
Current JD Seeking Students – You can print an Enrollment Verification from the student portal by going to the Academics tab, choosing Enrollment Verification, and click on Clearinghouse – https://mycampus.fcsl.edu/.
Former Students and Non-JD Seeking Students – You must submit a request in writing (written requests must bear your signature). The letter will be forwarded to the address you have indicated. For those students who still have a FCSL email address, you can request it with your FCSL email.
Please use our transcript ordering service accessible via the Student Clearinghouse to request your official transcript and to upload the bar request forms. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost is $5 per copy plus processing fees.
Please use our transcript ordering service accessible via the Student Clearinghouse to request your official transcript.
If you are requesting an official transcript for transfer purposes you will need to complete the Transfer Packet Request Form above, and submit the $15 payment for the transfer package.
There is no charge for an unofficial transcript.
Current students –
An unofficial transcript can be accessed through the student portal. If you have any issues please reach out to the Registrar Office at email@example.com.
Former students –
There is no charge for an unofficial transcript. You can complete the Unofficial Transcript Request Form to submit your request.
For any other academic requests, you must submit an inquiry to the Registrar Office at firstname.lastname@example.org in writing. Include your name, date of birth, graduation date and signature to assist with processing.
- Diploma Reorders are $15 each – Diplomas are not copies. They are actual diplomas that are ordered and printed based on the current format. Payment can be made via the Request Payment Form.
- Certificate Reorders are $15 each – Certificates are not copies. They are actual Certificates that are ordered as printed based on the current format. Payment can be made via the Request Payment Form above.
- Transfer Packages are $15 each – Transfer packages include a copy of your LSAT scores, an official transcript, a letter of good standing, and class rank letter.
- Class Rank Letters
- Letter of Good Standing
- Other letters related to your academic information
Undergraduate Transcript Policy – Transcripts from other institutions are the property of Florida Coastal School of Law and are not available for copying. The transcripts from other institutions are used for admissions purposes only. If you need a transcript, either official or unofficial, from an institution you previously attended, you must contact that institution. In addition, copies of transcripts from LSDAS reports will not be copied under any circumstances.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, is a Federal law which states (a) that a written institutional policy must be established and (b) that a statement of adopted procedures covering the privacy rights of students be made available. The law provides that the institution will maintain the confidentiality of student education records. Click here to access your annual notification of The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Class Ranking Policy
FCSL Grading Policies – For information about Coastal Law’s grading policies, please see Sections IV.C. and IV.D. of the Student Handbook.
FCSL Rankings – The goal of the FCSL ranking system is to rank together all those students who are likely to graduate in the same academic year.
Description of Cohorts:
F-T 1: Includes all full-time first-year students, regardless of the number of credits taken.
F-T 2: Includes all full-time students who are beyond their first academic year, but are not eligible to graduate in the upcoming year.
F-T 3: Includes all full-time students who will be eligible to graduate in the current academic year (i.e., Fall 2014 – Spring 2015)
P-T 1: Includes all first-year part-time students, regardless of the number of credits taken. These students will not be ranked until they begin their second academic year of study.
P-T 2: Includes all part-time students in their second academic year.
P-T 3: Includes all part-time students who are beyond their second academic year, regardless of the number of credits, and who are not eligible to graduate in the upcoming year. (Note: It is possible that a part-time student could remain in this cohort for more than one academic year.)
P-T 4: Includes all part-time students who will be completing graduation requirements in the upcoming academic year.
Cohort Groupings for Ranking Purpose – The following cohorts will be ranked together:
Group 1: All F-T 1 and P-T 2 will be ranked together. Students will remain in this category for one academic year (i.e., Fall 2014 – Spring 2015).
Group 2: All Fast Track Students, P-T 2, F-T 2 and P-T 3 will be ranked together. It is possible for a student to remain in this category for more than one academic year because a student will remain in this category until he or she is eligible to graduate in the upcoming academic year.
Group 3: All F-T 3 and P-T 4 will be ranked together. Although all students in this group will be ranked together after the Fall and Spring semesters, the official graduate ranking will not be completed until after the Spring grades are in. A student who was eligible to graduate but did not satisfy the graduation requirements will remain in this group until he or she satisfactorily completes the graduation requirements.