On Sunday, April 16, 2017, the Florida Times Union published a story highlighting the school's annual Citizenship Day, during which students and faculty helped more than 100 immigrants begin the process to naturalization. You can read the full story here.

To pull off such a highly successful event, Professor Kara Roberts was helped by 110 volunteers (attorneys and students) including volunteers from the SBA, Volunteer Student Alliance, Republican Law Students, HALSA, Immigrant and Human Rights Clinic Students, Pro Bono Students, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, and the Jacksonville Bar Association.
 
This was the largest turnout in the history of the school's Citizenship Days—helping over 150 individuals apply for citizenship. This kind of community service that Florida Coastal School of Law is committed to.

View photos of this event on Flickr.