Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Charleston Isn’t the Only Law School in Trouble

From the National Jurist’s preLaw:

Florida Coastal School of Law and Charleston School of Law failed to meet the gainful employment standard, with debt-to-income ratios of 21.35 percent and 20.42 percent, respectively. Both schools have one year to pass the gainful employment standard, or else they face losing access to federal financial aid.

Three other for-profit law schools — Arizona Summit School of Law, Charlotte School of Law and Western State College of Law — received a “zone” rating.  Programs that fall into this slightly less substandard category must obtain a “pass” rating at least once in the next four years.

You can read more here.


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