ACADEMIC SUCCESS PROGRAM
Belmont University College of Law is dedicated to providing the academic support necessary to assist students ease the transition to law school and with becoming successful in the study of law. Therefore, Belmont University College of Law’s Academic Success Program (ASP) has been designed to ensure that each first-year law student is provided with such an opportunity.
To assist first-year students learn the requisite skills in order to become successful law students, workshops on topics such as reading and briefing cases; note taking; time and stress management; course outlining; studying skills; and taking final exams will be offered through the ASP during the fall semester. During the spring semester, additional assistance will be available to first-year students who are placed on Academic Warning during their second semester of law school. Although Belmont University College of Law encourages all students to participate in the workshops and/or other opportunities provided by the ASP, students placed on Academic Warning are required to participate in the program.
Dr. Tracey Carter, the Director of Academic Success, is available to discuss with law students academic assistance that is necessary for their successful progression and graduation from Belmont University College of Law and with becoming a member of the legal profession.