something to keep in mind, although im not sure how it will affect the law school...http://www.miamiherald.com/416/story/148173.html
Accrediting group gives FAMU an ultimatum
(AP) -- Florida A&M University has six months to clean up its troubled financial situation or lose its accreditation, one of the nation's top college associations said Friday.
Without accreditation, students are typically not eligible for financial aid, not to mention the damage it does to an institution's reputation.
The sanctions by the Atlanta-based Southern Association of Colleges and Schools come just 10 days before James Ammons is scheduled to return to his alma mater to take over as president. The association said Florida A&M was not in compliance with several of its regulations.
Florida A&M officials did not immediately return phone messages seeking comment.
The association has been in business since 1895 and accredits roughly 800 colleges and universities in 11 Southern states and some in Latin America.