You meet all of the requirements for admission but the Committee has decided that your interest would be best supported by a reduced courseload in the first semester.
You enroll for 13 credits in the fall semester and 16 in the spring. During the summer, you take Criminal Law, a required first year course.
You will take a selection of classes from the day course offering.
Yes, you will earn the correct number of credits for full time status by the end of the academic year.
During your first semester, you will participate in a comprehensive academic support program covering note-taking, outlining and exam skills. It also includes peer mentoring and tutoring.
A 13 hour course load is considered full time. You must follow the America Bar Association student employment requirements which limits you to no more than 15 work hours per week.