Rules & Policies
College of Law Mission Statement
The mission of the College of Law is to prepare students to engage in the practice of law and related professions; to further academic and scholarly excellence; to foster a spirit of community, professional and individual values; and to encourage participation in the life of the university, region, state, nation, and world.
College of Law Vision Statement
The College of Law will prepare students for the practice of law by combining a robust and challenging academic curriculum with practical professional skills training that integrates students into the legal community, instills professionalism, and prepares graduates to enter legal practice ready to meet the needs of the Twenty-First Century legal economy. The College of Law will build upon its commitment to excellence, be recognized as one of the top 100 law schools in the United States, and continue its leadership role in the University and the community.
College of Law Rules & Policies
Please take time to read this Handbook carefully. It contains the rules and procedures of the College of Law, for which every student is responsible. The Handbook also includes information about College of Law offices and services.
- Academic Rules of the College of Law
- Code of Student Professional Conduct
- College of Law Offices
- Student Concerns and Complaints
- The University of Toledo Unlawful Harassment Policy
- The University of Toledo Workplace Weapons Restrictions
Information about the main University’s student affairs, activities, policies, and
services is available from the Office of the Dean of Students and at the University Policy Website.
Notices from the College of Law and the University will be sent to students via email only. All law students must update their current email addresses at myUT (log-in required) and should check their email daily.
Exam Policies & Numbers
Students should visit myUT (log-in required) to obtain exam numbers. Students will be assigned a new exam number
Exam numbers are used for anonymous grading, and students should use exam numbers instead of names on all mid-terms, briefs, and finals.