Students seeking academic assistance and support should contact the Office of the Dean of Students. In many cases, appropriate help will be provided by one of the Academic Counselors, third-year law students who provide peer assistance under the direction of the Dean of Students office. For students with more serious needs, the University's Student Counseling Service has an Academic Skills Assessment Program ("ASAP"), an educational, clinically-based program, that provides comprehensive study skills counseling. Assistance is also available through the Office of the Dean of Students for students who have appropriately documented needs requiring special accommodations under the ADA.
The Law School's Academic Counselor Program aims to alleviate the anxiety associated with the law school experience and help every student achieve the maximum level of academic success.
The University's Student Counseling Service has an Academic Skills Assessment Program (ASAP) that provides comprehensive study skills counseling in an educational, clinically-based program.
The Law School addresses the needs of students with disabilities within the context of University policy.