Ranking Information Sheets

 

Based on Faculty Rule 9.12 Class Ranking of Students in J.D. Program, Limitation

A. Except as provided in subsection B, class ranking, if calculated, shall not be recorded in students’ records and shall not be communicated to anyone, including the students so ranked.
Rankings will be available only for determination of eligibility for election to the Order of the Coif and other special honors based on ranking. The highest numerical average may be disclosed
and students shall be placed on a percentile scale prepared in a similar manner to that utilized in reporting LSAT standings. The College shall issue a statement explaining grading procedures
and the grade average distribution.

B. The class rank of students in the top 5% of the class shall be reported in student records and shall be made available on the same basis as other information in the student’s records.

C. In calculating class ranking, grade point average will not be computed beyond the first decimal place. In case of ties, rank will be established by rounding downward, that is, if several students are tied at the bottom of a category, all will be included in that category.

Source: Faculty minutes, March 4, 1970, October 18, 1978, November 1, 1978, and September 3, 2003.

Please NoteRanking sheets should only be used to evaluate numerical averages for the classes and academic years identified. Moritz faculty approved changes to the grading system, which became fully effective June 1, 2006. Accordingly, the ranking sheets from previous years provide no guidance for evaluating student averages from Summer 2006 onward.

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