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Florida Coastal School Of Law Could Close In August

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Classes at Florida Coastal School of Law could end in about five weeks unless the U.S. Department of Education grants an appeal submitted after its denial of the school’s continued access to the Title IV federal student loan program.

Florida Coastal President and Dean Peter Goplerud said July 1 the school is operating under a teach-out plan approved by the American Bar Association that was automatically triggered when the student loan program access was denied.

The teach-out plan facilitates students transferring to other law schools or completing their law degree as a visiting student at another law school.

Read the rest of this story from WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.