College of Law

Law Coronavirus FAQ

Updated Aug. 23, 2021
In alignment with The University of Toledo's proactive measures to safeguard health and safety, we continue to ask our community to do their part to keep campus safe. The college's FAQ below will provide guidance during this time. Visit the UToledo COVID-19 Response site for critical University updates.


Health & Safety


Academic Services

  • What are the dates for fall classes and examinations?
  • What is the grading system for fall 2021?
  • What are the potential course delivery methods for fall 2021?
  • I am in a CDC high-risk category for COVID, how do I request accommodations?
  • Is there space in the Law Center for students to "attend" synchronous distance learning classes?
  • How will final exams and other assessments be handled?
  • Which classes count toward the 15-credit limit on Distance Learning courses in the college's Academic Rules?

Student Support

  • What do I do if I am ill?
  • What about the attendance policy?
  • Is COVID-19 testing available for students?
  • What counseling services are available to students?
  • What if I decide to travel? Do I need to self-quarantine?
  • I am having a financial emergency related to COVID-19 or another issue, who should I contact?
  • Who can help me with IT issues with my computer and online learning?
  • Will I still be able to meet with faculty and offices like Law Financial Aid, Law Registrar, and Office of Professional Development?
  • What are my options for on-campus parking?
  • Who can assist with questions related to the bar exam or bar application?

Law Library


Questions?
Kelly Tomlinson
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
419.530.2937
kelly.tomlinson@utoledo.edu

Last Updated: 11/29/21