Ranked the 19th most ethnically diverse law school in the nation, USF comprises students who represent a range of national, religious, ethnic, educational, and vocational backgrounds.
The rich mix of part-time students, who join one another in the classroom with a wide array of professional experience, enriches the educational environment. The participation of part-time, full-time, and international students in elective courses enhances discussion and provides a global perspective. Even as students challenge one another with varying viewpoints, they are supportive of each other as they work together toward the common goal of mastering their legal studies.
Outside of the classroom, part-time students are invited to take part in co-curricular activities. Personal schedules permitting, part-time students may participate in USF’s legal journals, advocacy competitions, symposia, service activities, and numerous student organizations, such as the Environmental Law Association, Equal Justice Society, Health Law Society, and Labor and Employment Law Students Association.
For a complete list of student organizations, click here.