Fall 2010 GPAs and Class Ranks.
Cumulative GPAs through the Fall 2010 semester, and class ranks for upper-level J.D. students, are now available through Web for Students (go into your Webmail account
, click on Web for Students, then click on the "Fall 2010" link under "Grades and Rank" on the left hand menu). Note:
Class ranks are calculated only for students who have been at Chicago-Kent for at least two semesters. First-year students, and students who transferred into Chicago-Kent at the start of the Fall 2010 semester, will receive their first class ranks at the end of the Spring 2011 semester.
Access2Practice Legal Externship Program: Informational Meetings.
Students interested in participating in Access2Practice Legal Externship Program for Summer/Fall 2011 should plan to attend an informational meeting to learn about the program. Professor Gross will talk about what the program entails, who is eligible, how to apply, and answer questions.
Informational meetings will be offered on the following days and times:
Tuesday, February 8
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Wednesday, February 9
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Wednesday, February 16
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Additional meetings will be scheduled in the later part of February and in early March.
Pass/fail elections for the Spring must be made no later than Friday, February 11. This deadline is firm. Please review § 2.4 "Pass/Fail Election"
of the Student Handbook if you have any questions regarding your pass/fail elections; many courses are not available for the election.
You may make pass/fail elections starting Tuesday, January 18.
In order to make your election, you should:
- Log into your Webmail account
- Click on the "Web for Students" icon in lower left portion of the left frame
- Select the "Take Class Pass/Fail" option under the "Online Forms" heading
- Select the course you would like to take on a pass/fail basis
- Submit your selection
The Registrar's Office will review your request, determine your eligibility and notify you of the status.
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