College of Law

Course Schedules & Grading

Your Toledo Law experience can be tailored to a variety of professional goals and academic timetables. Two courses of study are available – full-time and part-time. A standard course load includes a minimum of 8-10 hours (part-time) and 10-16 hours (full-time) per semester during the academic year.


Course Descriptions

Explore our course descriptions, as you begin planning your Toledo Law experience.


Course Schedules

Course schedules will post below as they become available. Current students may change their course schedules through the myUT portal (login required). As you begin mapping out your Toledo Law experience, we encourage you to review the "Scheduling Advice" link under "My Courses" within the myUT portal. For information about graduate-level courses in other UToledo colleges, visit the UToledo Registrar's Office.

You are strongly encouraged to finalize your course schedule BEFORE the first day of law classes. Note, if you add or drop a class during the add/drop penalty period, you must transact both the add and the drop on the same day to avoid drop penalties. For scheduling questions, contact the associate dean for academic affairs or the Law Registrar's Office.


Exam Schedules

Schedules will post below as they become available.


Priority Registration

Current students may register through the myUT portal (login required). Priority registration dates below are based on your number of earned credit hours. If you have any problems registering for classes AFTER your priority registration date opens, contact the Law Registrar's Office for assistance.

Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 Registration

Starting with the 2022-23 academic year, students can register for both the fall 2022 and spring 2023 semesters when registration begins. Students with accommodations approved through the Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources, as well as our veterans and active duty military, can begin registering at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, March 16. All other priority registration dates for law students not in those groups as follows:

  • 60+ hours: Tuesday, March 29 at 8:30 a.m.
  • 30+ hours: Wednesday, March 30 at 8:30 a.m.
  • <30 hours: Thursday, March 31 at 8:30 a.m.

Clinics and externships are not included in this registration cycle and will still occur each semester after the application deadline passes and placements are confirmed.


Grading

Grades are generally available three weeks after the last day of the law final exam period. Students may access grades through the myUT portal (login required). Grades are not available at the Law Registrar's Office.

Grading Scale
Letter Grade: Quality Points

  • A: 4.00
  • A-: 3.67
  • B+: 3.33
  • B: 3.00
  • B-: 2.67
  • C+: 2.33
  • C: 2.00
  • C-: 1.67
  • D+: 1.33
  • D: 1.00
  • F: 0.00
  • S: Credit earned, no effect on GPA
  • U: No credit, hours calculated into GPA
  • PR: No effect on GPA
  • W: No effect on GPA

Questions?

For questions, contact the Law Registrar's Office by phone, email or in-person.

Fall Hours 
We're available to assist you in-person Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (excluding holidays).

 

Daniel Kall
Law Registrar
419.530.5098
Daniel.Kall@utoledo.edu

Megan Rospert
Assistant Registrar
419.530.2935
Megan.Rospert@utoledo.edu

Fax: 419.530.4526

Last Updated: 11/16/22