I can say from personal experience that Florida Coastal is an amoral money making machine. There are very few qualms that the school has in pulling in huge amounts from less than qualified students. Probably about a quarter or less of students have the opportunity to transfer out to a better school- which would be a less expensive and better respected school, like Florida State. The rest who graduate are likely to be competing in a tight local market full of former classmates, namely those FSU and UF takers. Further, lots of profs there are new, though full of youthful exuberance, and from out of state. They often don't know diddly about Florida law. Its an uphill battle for many. Those on full scholarships with chance of transferring are the fortunate ones. Otherwise, graduating with this debt load and finding the mid range law job can be demoralizing. Personally, I think schools like this should have special oversight to prevent this sort of opportunistic feeding behavior. When a school advertises to its investors about the fabulous investment opportunities that the school can bring then this should send up warning signals about the administrations' true motives.