Student Profile: Entering JD Classes 2011 - 2013

Juris Doctor Program Admissions

To be eligible for admission into the Juris Doctor program, an applicant must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university prior to registration. All applicants must take the Law School Admission Test, LSAT, which is administered in June, September, December and February at testing locations throughout the country. OU Law also requires each student to register for the Credential Assembly Service (CAS, formerly LSDAS) through www.LSAC.org. Applicants should take the LSAT as early as possible, but no later than February of the year in which admission to OU Law is sought. Click here for additional details about admissions.

 201120122013
Applicants1,105982943
Enrolled   153155143
Average first-year section size  383836
Top 25 percent LSAT score161161159
Median LSAT score158158157
Bottom 25 percent LSAT score155155155
Top 25 percent GPA3.753.583.73
Median GPA3.483.413.48
Bottom 25 percent GPA3.233.13.24
Percentage of minorities232025
Percentage of women444442
Percentage of men565658
Early Admissions Program enrollment222821
Undergrad colleges and programs represented58 4839
Percentage receiving merit-based scholarships727274
Percentage receiving need-based scholarships and financial aid    89 89 
Veterans and current military members4 85

Student Community Profile

Total enrollment505
Living alumni8,676
Classroom course titles beyond first-year curriculum137
Upper-division course sections with less than 25 students71
Students involved in field placements for credit135
Students involved in law journals242
Students involved in inter-school skills competitions102
Seats available in law library456
2011-12 graduates who took out at least one loan during law school159 out of 188
Average amount borrowed from 2011-12 graduates who took out at least one educational loan   $77,146