Academic Services (Registrar)
Final Exam Dates
To view your final exam dates, visit eCommons > Current Schedules.
Rescheduling a Final Exam
Exam conflicts are defined as (1) two examinations taking place on the same calendar day, (2) at 6 p.m. one evening and 9:30 a.m. the next morning, OR (3) three examinations taking place within four consecutive calendar days.
To reschedule an exam, complete the Exam Conflict Form and email it to Jim Farrell at email@example.com no later Thursday, December 1, 2011. You will receive a confirmation email from someone in the Academic Services Office when your request has been processed.
- Do not contact your professor if you have an exam conflict.
- Do not make any plans to leave for vacation prior to rescheduling your exam.
The John Marshall Law School Final Exam Policy
The use and/or possession of any unauthorized electronic device is strictly prohibited and will be treated as a violation of the student code of conduct. Any authorization must be granted in writing by your professor, Dean Needham, Dean Powers, or Dean Ruebner.
Please examine the final exam schedule carefully and retain it for your information. Each student is responsible for verifying the date, time and place of his/her examinations and for taking them as scheduled by the law school.
During the exam period, students may check the monitors throughout the school two hours before each scheduled exam time to verify assigned room numbers.
- Conflicts: Defined as two examinations taking place (1) on the same calendar day or (2) at 6 p.m. one evening and 9:30 a.m. the next morning, OR three examinations taking place within four consecutive calendar days.
- Disability: Granted after the student has contacted Melinda Moore, the Disability Accommodations Administrator, (312.427.2737 ext. 773 or firstname.lastname@example.org), completed the disability accommodation process, and received approval for accommodations. You will receive an email from Ms. Moore if you are granted disability accommodations for exams.
- Personal Emergency: Includes hospitalization or a death in the family. Authority to grant/deny accommodation requests resides within the Office of Academic Services. Documentation is required. Please contact Jim Farrell at email@example.com for rescheduling exams due to personal emergencies.
Students who fail to take an examination or complete requirements for their course will receive a grade of "WF," unless prior accommodations have been granted due to personal hardship. If accommodations have been granted, the grade of "NG" (incomplete) shall stand on the student record for no longer than one semester. The grade of Incomplete shall automatically convert to an "F" at the end of classes for the following semester unless the student has taken, before such date, the examination or has arranged for a definite date to take the examination.