Course grades for first year students, Torts I, Contracts I, Civil Procedure I, Real Property I, Legal Methods I, and Criminal Law will all be posted at the same time. Grades posted on the bulletin board will not be associated with Exam ID numbers. Once the grades are posted, first year students can go online to learn their grades.
Fall course grades are due December 26th at 9am and should be posted either by late afternoon of the 26th or on the morning of December 27th.
Satisfactory Progress for Fall Semester for All First Year Students
All first year students must pass (a passing grade is 55 or better) at least two first-year core courses and attain a 55 cumulative GPA to be eligible to advance to the second semester. First-year core courses are Torts, Civil Procedure, and Contracts. Students who do not meet both criteria will be academically excluded. No probation will be granted to such students to advance to the second semester.
Students receiving a grade below 55 in Torts I, Contracts I, Civil Procedure I, or Real Property I, shall not be permitted to enroll in the second semester of that course.
Special Provisions for Three-Year Program
Completion of the Fall Semester of First Year with a GPA below 60.00
Three-Year Program students, not otherwise excluded, who attain a cumulative GPA of below 60 at the end of the Fall semester will be excluded from the Three-Year Program. They may transfer to the Four-Year Program, and will be required to drop Real Property.
Completion of the Fall Semester of First Year with a GPA of 60.00 through 64.99
Three-Year Program students who have a GPA of 60 through 64.99 at the end of the Fall Semester of their first year will be required to participate in the Faculty Tutor Program for the Spring Semester.