You should be able to go to the student handbooks at JMLS and do a control find for grades or curve and it should appear. Even when you see it is not explicit in regards to the grades, but 33% is a pretty clear numbers you need to do better than 67% of other students. This is difficult so I would recommend asking for a different scholarship etc. Maybe even applying to some other schools right now that would offer you scholarships and you use that to your advantage. Maybe Northern Illinois or Ohio Northern just to get a bigger scholarship offer from them. Hell maybe you will end up taking it, but there is nothing wrong with tryin gto save a bit of money. I myself was scared of the whole admissions process as a OL, thinking man I don't want to be to annoying etc. You are going to end up paying the school 100k plus if no scholarship is present and they think you are capable of passing the bar and have something to offer and that is why they let you in.
After I did well my first year I had this realiziation and so did my friend and we both got more scholarship money, because we implied we were going to transfer to another school. All schools care about getting their money and if you have good numbers you will make them look good. The student gets screwed you are paying 100K + and they are going to use you passing the bar, LSAT, GPA to attract other students. It is a vicious cycle, but that is higher education in every field.
The school wants you to succeed, but not without paying them and you should try to save as much money as possible, because as soon as you graduate they will start asking for more money from you donations etc. If you can't find a job or don't pass the bar they won't give you your money back.
I am not trying to say law schools or any universities are evil. They will provide you with an education, which is valuable. However, it is a business and you should try your best not to get ripped off, because schools will try to find ways to get some extra money from you, but playing within the rules. You should do the same.