Below are a few resources you may need as you prepare for hurricane season. Also, please sign up for our E2Campus System, which is how you will be alerted to emergency events at the school.
Severe Weather Information
Immediate information of severe weather is available at these locations:
- Weather Channel – www.weather.com
- Federal Emergency Management Agency – www.fema.gov
- National Weather Service – www.noaa.gov
- American Red Cross – www.redcross.org
- National Hurricane Center – http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
Severe Weather Policy
Florida Coastal School of Law will close because of severe weather when normal operation would pose a danger to students and employees while on campus or while preventing students and employees from coming to campus or returning safely to their homes in the immediate surrounding area. At all times, we urge individuals to assess their personal safety in deciding whether to come to work or class.
- Hurricane Supply List
- City of Jacksonville Emergency Preparedness | PDF Guide
- Hurricanes | Ready.gov
- Hurricane Preparation: What to do now (LiveScience)
- Evacuation Zones
Please follow the link to the evacuation plan for 8787 Baypine Road attached below – Coastal Law Evacuation Plan
Individuals with disabilities or those needing assistance will be assisted from building by Security; and should remain inside the closest stairwell to meet Security.
Emergency and Disaster Response Plan
Coastal Law is committed to the safety and well-being of its students, faculty, staff, and visitors. In accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies that govern emergency preparedness and response, Coastal Law has established an Emergency Response Plan (ERP) to address major emergencies that may threaten the health and safety of the Coastal Law community and/or its neighbors, affect Coastal Law facilities and resources, or disrupt Coastal Law operations. The purpose of this planning document is to set forth preparation procedures, designate responsibilities, and outline specific courses of action to be followed in response to a potential/actual disaster or emergency. To see the complete plan, please click here.