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The Regent University School of Law has conducted an Academic Success Program (ASP) for students since 1995.

Academic Success Program

We are thoroughly committed to students’ success. Since 1995, Regent Law has conducted an Academic Success Program (ASP), which is designed to help students achieve academic success in law school. As a testament to the value of this program, Regent Law Ranks 11th in the Nation for Exceeding Expectations on the Bar Exam.

The program’s three components are:

  • Summer Program: An extended academic orientation for select entering students that provides an intensive one-week class prior to the standard academic orientation and develops critical reading, analytical, study and test-taking skills. The admissions committee selects admitted students to participate in the Summer Program if they possess a strong likelihood of success in law school, but due to their LSAT scores, undergraduate GPAs, or other factors, would benefit from an extended orientation.
  • Study Skills Workshops: Designed to supplement the Summer Program and academic orientation material, workshops held during the school year address topics such as techniques for briefing cases, outlining courses, solving legal problems, and preparing for and taking law school examinations.
  • One-on-One Advising: ASP faculty give ASP participants (and all students) one-on-one attention and mentoring in a series of advising meetings designed to facilitate academic success.

Academic Success Faculty Director:

Gloria Whittico, Associate Professor, Director of Academic Success