Wayne State University

Class and exam schedules

Summer 2014

Block schedule

Registration Materials and Schedule of Classes

Winter 2014

Wayne State University Official Bookstore

Barnes & Noble

Intellectual Property Law Institute

Registration Information 2013-2014

Exams

The Records and Registration Office assists with all aspects of class and exam schedules and administration of exams.

The Information Technology Office oversees the Electronic Blue Book (online exam program) and provides technological support to students. The Law School Information Techology Office also provides multimedia support in the form of distance learning, technology classrooms, video conferencing, remote courtroom proceedings, classroom sound systems and video display messaging systems. For questions/requests, email lawit@wayne.edu or call (313) 577-0807.

The Dean of Students Office assists students with exam schedule variances and additional support.

Important exam links:
    •    Exam schedule variances
    •    Exam Rules and Procedures
    •    Laptop Exams-EBB Software Installation and Frequently Asked Questions
    •    EBB Training Videos for Windows and Mac
    •    Certification of EBB Training Completion Form

Manual upload instructions:

  1. Go to http://ebb.law.wayne.edu/intranet/EBB/Upload/M_UploadExam.aspx
  2. Erase whatever is in the User Name box and enter: EBBlaw
  3. Enter the Password (case sensitive): waynelaw

Weather

Be prepared for weather and traffic conditions during exams. Allow yourself extra time to get to the Law School at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time of your exam even if this means leaving an hour earlier than usual.

If you are more than a couple of minutes late for your exam, go directly to the Dean of Students Office, Suite 1255, on the first floor. Don't go to the exam room.

Contacts

Records and Registration
(313) 577-3979
lawrecords@wayne.edu

Information Technology
(313) 577-3960
lawit@wayne.edu

Dean of Students
(313) 577-3997
lawdso@wayne.edu

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