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For the class entering in 2018
Median LSAT: 154
Median GPA: 3.32
Full Admissions Data (2018)
- Pass rate for first time GU Law test takers 75.3%
- State Average: 68.7%
- All Gonzaga Test Takers: 83.1%
- Pass rate for first time GU Law test takers 33%
- State Average: 49.2%
- Pass rate for first time GU Law test takers 73.9%
- State Average: 72.3%
- Pass rate for first time GU Law test takers 69.2%
- State Average: 57.7%
- Pass rate for first time GU Law test takers 73.5%
- State Average: 70.4%
Full Bar Exam Statistics, 2008-2018
Enrollment & Attrition Data
For a detailed snapshot of the class entering in 2018, visit our Admissions Class Profile.
Curricular Offerings 2016 - 2017
Typical first-year section size, excluding all small sections taught by full-time faculty: 49
Number of course titles, beyond the first year curricular, offered last year: 65
Number of upper division class room course sections with an enrollment:
Under 25: 54
25 to 49: 17
50 to 74: 6
75 to 99: 0
100 +: 0
Number of seats available in law clinics last year: 114
Number of field placements positions filled last year: 119
Number of seats available in simulation courses: 228
Students completely withdrawing must obtain a Complete Withdrawal form from the Law Registrar’s Office.
Financial Aid refunds will be returned in accordance with governmental and University regulations. The University reserves the right to change any costs and/or provisions without notice. It further reserves the right to withhold student information, including transcripts of record and diplomas, until said student’s account has been paid in full.
No student will be allowed to register for an ensuing semester if a balance is owed for a prior semester.
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