13.7% of graduates were employed in school-funded jobs. 0.4% were in full-time, long-term school-funded jobs (i.e. the job was for at least 35 hours per week, and had a fixed duration of at least one year or the job had no definite duration).
36.6% of graduates were known to be employed in long-term, full-time legal jobs.
This includes an unknown number school-funded jobs, but it is as high as 0.4%.
48.6% graduates were employed in long-term jobs.
48.3% graduates were employed in full-time jobs.
1.8% of all graduates obtained their jobs through On Campus Interviews (OCI).
Florida Coastal School of Law has these data and may share them publicly on the school's website. Last we checked, they did not. If you would like to demand that the school be transparent and accountable, suggest that it publicly provide its NALP report like a number of its peer schools.