As a public institution of higher education, the FSU College of Law endeavors to do all we can to provide students with the in-person learning experiences that students desire during this global pandemic. It is our obligation to keep our community members safe and to comply with State, County, and University Rules, Laws and Guidelines regarding conduct on our law campus. To that end, we have substantially upgraded the air filters and modified air flow into the law campus buildings in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We have limited the hours of access into the buildings to ensure that each day begins with sanitized facilities. We will clean classrooms between classes and provide ample sanitizing materials for everyone to clean surfaces and sanitize hands throughout the day. Traffic flow and food provisioning will be altered, and in-person meetings will be modified or, when necessary, eliminated in order to ensure proper social distancing. We recognize that many students are in a very low risk pool in relation to COVID-19, but our faculty and staff take greater risks in order to provide students with in-person educational and support experiences. Even if you are not worried about your own risk of contracting COVID-19, we ask that you take responsibility for your community members as a condition of joining us in person this Fall.
Prior to returning to the law school campus and as a condition of participating in any in person classes during the Fall of 2020 at FSU College of Law, we ask each law student intending to join us in person to complete and submit this Law Student Responsibility Acknowledgement Form.
I will follow all Research Center rules (posted at the entrance to the Research Center) while using these facilities.
I understand that if I violate any of these responsibilities, I will be subject to having my authorized access to the law campus removed for the remainder of the semester. In that event, I will complete the semester as a remote student.
Labor Day, Sept. 7 – CLOSED
Veterans Day, Nov. 11 – CLOSED
Thanksgiving, Nov. 24-27- CLOSED
Until August 23, if you checked out a book from the library and wish to return it, we have a book-drop available on the Jefferson St. side of the Research Center. It can be found on the wall between the student parking lot and the loading dock area of the Research Center.
For spring and summer 2020 checkouts, all students' due dates have been set forward to August 31, 2020. Returned books will be quarantined for at least a week before being returned to the shelves; please allow a few days for returned materials to be removed from your account.
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