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- Enrollment Data
- Cost of Attendance
- Tuition & Fees
- Conditional Scholarship - Scholarship Retention Data
All admitted students are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. This policy is reviewed annually, and in recent years has changed. The criteria is ultimately based on the percentage of students in the class that received a conditional scholarship. Once a scholarship is forfeited due to failure to meet the renewal criteria, it will not be renewed in any subsequent year even if the GPA requirement is met.
2013-2015 Renewal Policy Data
** Students entering in 2014 and 2015 with conditional scholarships were required to maintain a 2.80 LGPA to retain their scholarships. The required LGPA was equivalent to being in approximately the top 80% of the class.
*** Students entering in 2013 with conditional scholarships were required to maintain a 2.87 LGPA to retain their scholarships. The required LGPA was equivalent to being in approximately the top 70% of the class.
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JD Attrition (for 2015-2016 academic year)
- Graduation numbers: Degrees Award by Year
- Disqualified: 8
- Disqualified at end of first year: 7
- Exceeded 5 years: 0
- Transferred out: 9
- Voluntarily withdrew from Law School: 12
- Total attrition: 29
- Course Catalog
- JD Concentrations & Courses of Study
- Academic Calendar
- JD Requirements
- J.D. Program Learning Outcomes
- Transfer of Credit
- Bar Pass Rate
Bar Pass Rate for first-time takers:
- July 2016: 72%
- July 2015: 76%
- July 2014: 80%
- July 2013: 87%
- July 2012: 79%
- July 2011: 84%
- July 2010: 84%
- Employment Statistics (Three-year summary)