Golden Gate University (GGU) School of Law provides academic resources for helping students through their studies and for the Bar Exam.
Academics: Academic Resources
Golden Gate University School of Law strives to ensure the success of each student. The Academic Development Program (ADP) provides supplemental services directly to GGU students at any stage and level to improve their academic performance and skills. ADP provides advising, skills training, workshops and support for first, second and third year law students regardless of their academic ranking.
GGU has services designed to provide you with everything you need to know about the bar exam so that you will be as prepared as possible to sit for one of the most important exams in your life.
Law Student Services provides academic advisors to assist students at any time during the school year.
Students who wish to set up an appointment should call 415-442-6615.
Law Student Services advisors are also available to meet with students about personal issues that may affect their law school performance and may provide referrals for long term counseling and other support services. GGU's Wellness Resources (formerly Counseling Services) provides confidential counseling for individuals, couples, and groups.
Below is a list of some commonly used policies and forms for GGU Law students:
- JD Full-Time Degree Requirements
- JD Part-Time Evening Degree Requirements
- Attendance and Class Participation
- Grading Policies
- Academic Standing (Supervision, Disqualification, Reinstatement)
- Standards of Student Conduct
Students should visit the Student Handbook for a more comprehensive list of policies that apply to them