The two courses, Defamation in the Internet Age and Land Use Controls, will each meet online via GoToWebinar for two hours a day with the first course in the morning and the second course in the afternoon. Classes will meet Monday through Friday for a total of 14 days of instruction. In addition, there will be three reading days (Saturday – Monday) between the final class and the two days of exams (Tuesday and Wednesday). There are generally no holidays in the CAP schedule, so you should expect to meet as scheduled unless your professor states differently in the class syllabus. Attendance in all class sessions, discussion boards, quizzes, review sessions and exams is required. Please read the CAP Participation Policy. Information regarding how to access GoToWebinar will be sent to you prior to the first day of class.
Please note that we reserve the right to cancel any classes that do not have sufficient enrollment.
10 a.m. – 12 noon (EST)
2 p.m. – 4 p.m. (EST)
2018 Summer Session 1 – Registration is now closed
Classes Begin: May 8th
Classes End: May 25th
Final exams in person at the Charleston School of Law: May 29th and May 30th
2018 Summer Session 2 – Registration is now closed
Classes Begin: May 29th
Classes End: June 15th
Final exams in person at the Charleston School of Law: June 19th and June 20th
The final exams for both courses are in-person at the Charleston School of Law. Students will have the option to take their final exams at a remote location with a proctor for an additional cost. If you choose the remote option, the Charleston School of Law will make the arrangements at a testing center near you and notify you what the cost will be. The cost varies from location to location. Please note that the days and times of the final exams will be the same for everyone, whether you take the exam at the Charleston School of Law or at a remote location.