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Academic Catalog

Download the 2013-2014 Academic Catalog (with 9/2013 revisions).

For information about Maymester and Summer courses, please click here

Please note that the Catalog has been updated, as of September 2013, to include the following information:

Maymester and Summer School Credit [additional language underlined] (page 21)

Students are permitted to enroll in a maximum of three credit hours in Maymester (one course) and up to eight credit hours in a summer term. There is no minimum course load for enrollment in a summer session.  For reporting purposes, students are considered to be full-time if they are taking a total of 8 credit hours, either in the summer term alone, or in combination with the Maymester.  Any student on academic probation will be ineligible to register for any Maymester course. Any student on academic probation will be ineligible to register for any summer course for academic credit.

 Veteran Benefits [new section] (page 51)

The Office of Financial Aid assists students who qualify for VA educational benefits in researching and navigating through the steps and guidelines for applying for VA programs.  The Charleston School of Law is a Yellow Ribbon participating institution.  The Department of Veteran Affairs governs all programs and has established compliance guidelines and regulations. Students who receive VA benefits may be subject to different academic regulations and should be aware that enrollment status, withdrawals, repeating courses, incompletes, pass/fail courses and other actions may affect eligibility for VA educational benefits regardless of the academic, financial and other institutional policies and procedures outlined throughout this document and set by the Charleston School of Law.  Additional information about establishing eligibility with the VA and other student responsibilities may be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid.  Students seeking to utilize VA educational benefits are encouraged to contact the VA Benefits Center at 1-888-442-4551.