Office of Student Affairs
The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) provides comprehensive support for law students. This office is where students conduct most of their daily business -- turning in Legal Research and Writing assignments, registering for classes, scheduling rooms for student organization events, and rescheduling examinations -- just to name a few. The OSA also oversees registration for law courses, administering examinations, and Commencement in the spring.
Fall 2014 Registration Timeline. The initial registration has closed for the capped courses that are determined by lottery.
- April 7th-14th: Processing lotteries.
- April 14th: Students may view their class schedules on WebAdvisor & JASON.
- April 14th-August 22nd: WebAdvisor reopens for adding/dropping classes online.
Lost & Found Link. If you lost something in the Law School or OCJC building, click on "Lost & Found" under Quick Links to see if an item matching what you've lost has been turned in. There are separate tabs/sheets for each building. Periodically, unclaimed items will be sent to Campus Safety.
Class Attendance Tracking. The attendance tracking in JASON is recorded weekly as we receive attendance sheets from the faculty; however, it is ultimately the student's responsibility to track attendance, as reporting in JASON may not always be up to date.
If you find a discrepancy in the records (for example, if you were marked absent on a day that you were in class), email or contact the professor to ask them to notify the OSA to correct the attendance date in question. We can only make a correction if the request is from the Professor. If you know you were absent on a certain date, but JASON doesn't reflect it, please contact either the professor or the OSA to see if the attendance sheets have been turned in for the class in question.
Changes to Graduation Requirements. The College of Law Faculty approved a change in our academic regulations. Effective now, beginning with the Class of 2014, the credits required for graduation are 70 Letter-Graded credits (instead of 75 Letter-Graded credits) and 20 Pass/No Pass credits for a minimum total requirement of 90 credits. Also, the residency requirement is that students accumulate five semesters of full-time study at WUCL instead of six semester of full-time study.
OSA Notary Policy Change. Effective July 1, 2013, the OSA notary services are limited to WUCL students and graduates for purposes of application to state bar examinations.
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