The USF School of Law offers a variety of services to all students to help them succeed in their law school classes and on the bar examination.
The Academic Support Program (ASP) provides assistance to specially selected incoming students through a three-week summer program that introduces the challenges of law school with hands-on exercises and exam rehearsals during the students’ first-year.
The Academic and Bar Exam Success Program (ABES) begins for all students the first day of orientation and ends after students take the bar examination. During the first year, ABES offers workshops that teach study techniques and exam-taking strategies to help students transition into law school and excel on final exams. ABES also provides bar preparation services to second- and third-year students through group programming and one-on-one sessions.
Our academic support programming sets USF apart from other law schools. We challenge, inspire, and support our students through the demands of their legal education."
-Assistant Professor Carol Wilson, co-director of the Academic Support Program