Florida Coastal School of Law -- Spring Admission
Read for more information on the spring admission process at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, FL.
Spring Admission Start your legal education today. Since Coastal Law was one of only a couple of schools in the Southeast that allowed for spring admits, and it was the only fully accredited school, the choice was simple. It turned out to be a good decision. Daniel Hometown: Greenville, SC Class of 2012 Spring Admission Start your legal education today. Why start in the spring? Avoid the delay. The smooth transition. You have your test scores. Why put off your legal education for several months while you wait for fall? Coastal Law is one of only a handful of ABA-accredited law schools across the country to offer a spring start date. Use it to your advantage and get a head start toward reaching your goal of earning a law degree. When our spring entering class arrives at Coastal Law, most of our students have settled in to life inside and outside of class. Your first semester will start off with relative ease. Get a more personalized orientation. It’s free to apply. Admission into the spring entering class is on a rolling basis – no deadlines, no cost to submit your application. Spring entering classes tend to be smaller and their orientations are that much more individualized. Make the most of opportunities to ask questions and tailor information sessions to your specific interests. Make fast friends. Spring classes get to know each other more quickly and often make connections that last them through law school and well into practice. For details about our school’s on-time graduation rates, job placement rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, student tuition and other costs please visit www.fcsl.edu/jd-program-glance. For additional information on spring admission, contact: The Admissions Department (904) 680-7710 firstname.lastname@example.org Delicious Flickr Twitter Retweet facebook.com/CoastalLaw Facebook MySpace StumbleUpon Digg twitter.com/FloridaCoastal Delicious Facebook Flickr MySpace Twitter Retweet Slash Dot Mixx StumbleUpon Digg Skype Technorati SCAN THIS OR VISIT fcsl.edu/spring