Exam policies for current students are in the Law School Catalog.
NOTE: The Student Code of Conduct applies to all academic activities whether on campus or online. Students must follow exam instructions, limit materials to those allowed for each exam, and refrain from communicating with other students about exams, before, during, and after the exam period. Violations of the Student Code of Conduct will be enforced.
Exam Schedule Spring 2023
With the return to in person courses, Final Exams for Spring semester will continue to be administered on Canvas for in-person, hy-flex and remote courses. The Exam Schedule is posted at the link below. Any potential updates to the exam schedule will be reflected by the “current as of…” description. The exam period for Spring is May 4th – 17th. Only in-person courses have the option to have in-person exams offered, if the course is remote or hy-flex it will be a remote exam similar to last academic year.
(current as of April 6th, 2023)
*Exam Types for all exams and Room Numbers for in-person exams will be updated throughout the month as we receive exams from faculty.
Information about all other final exams will be posted in Canvas. All other final exams will be administered via the self-scheduled or take-home model. You will have the entirety of the exam period (May 4th – 17th) to take those exams, and you may take them at any time of the day, unless otherwise directed by your professor. These exams will also be administered via Canvas.
We will not be offering the morning and evening windows for in-person self-scheduled exams. Unless noted otherwise your self-schedule exam will be considered an “off-campus” exam that can be taken at any time of the day, as long as it is done during the exam period window. If you’d like to come to campus to take your self-scheduled exam, you still may certainly do that, but reserving a space to take the exam is the responsibility of the student to get booked.
Technical Support. Technical support is available by emailing ItHelp@mitchellhamline.edu.
Other exam questions. If you have non-technical questions about your exams, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accommodations and Variances
If you have academic accommodations due to a disability, please use the Exam Variance Request Form as usual. This form should also be used to request exam variances due to extraordinary circumstances, ESL, or religious reasons.
Mitchell Hamline Academic rule 1.04 D. 1.