Dates and times for final exams are listed on class search on Campus Connection during registration. Two months after a semester begins, the final in-class exam schedule is listed on the College of Law website.
Students must take exams as scheduled unless they take an approved wild card exam or experience an emergency illness or crisis in the immediate family.
Only serious emergencies such as illness and family crisis will qualify students as for a makeup exam. Documentation of the emergency must be provided before the makeup exam will be scheduled.
First-year day classes have exams from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Upper-level day classes have exams from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Evening classes have exams from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Students who use SofTest to type exams should arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled test time.
Final exams are administered in December, May and July.
Law school exams are graded anonymously.
Each semester students are assigned and emailed a four-digit anonymous examination number to use on all exams.
Students with disabilities must register with the University Office for Students with Disabilities each academic year. They must provide documentation of the disability to the university specialists. That office will confirm the disability and the need for accommodations and notify the College of Law.
Students with disabilities who qualify for accommodations should contact the assistant dean of student affairs at the beginning of each semester.
Students must give the assistant dean of student affairs their examination requests in writing at least one month before the beginning of exams.
Confirmation will be sent by mail.
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