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Updated August 5, 9:17 p.m.

Current College of Law Status

  • Read the college’s New Safe Return Plan NEW

  • The university will begin the fall 2020 semester with a "staged launch" approach. For the College of Law, this means the vast majority of classes will be fully online when we begin Stage 1 on Aug. 17. Clinics and externships may begin the semester with in-person elements, and incoming F-1 students will have sufficient in-person instruction to meet SEVP requirements NEW

  • Other than the in-person externship and clinic components, all College of Law services and activities are only available remotely during Stage 1. New

  • Building Access: As of Monday, Aug. 10, only those students participating in the in-person clinic or externship components or who have explicit permission from Dean Jordan-Curtis may enter College of Law facilities. Buildings will remain accessible with CatCard to faculty and staff who need to be on campus to perform core functions. New

  • Fall break has been shortened to two days, Thursday-Friday, Oct. 8-9. Thanksgiving break has been lengthened to the entire week, Nov. 23-27. Classes and finals after Thanksgiving will be fully remote. Professors will discuss the specifics with their classes at the beginning of the semester. 

  • Every person on campus must follow these rules at all times:

    • Wear a face covering unless you are alone in a private office
    • Practice social distancing
    • Wash hands and use hand sanitizer 
    • Stay home if you are sick
  • All events are canceled, postponed or being reorganized to take place online until further notice.

  • Share your questions, comments and ideas with the college's New Safe Return Committee through our virtual suggestion box, the LawCat Collaborative. Your message will be directed to the appropriate working group or administrator. Email the LawCat Collaborative.

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