Loyola’s incoming class of 250 bright and talented first-year students bring a wealth of demographic and experiential diversity to the School of Law. Like the law school faculty, the student body represents myriad cultures, backgrounds, and interests. Here is a snapshot of the law class entering this fall.
2016 ENTERING CLASS STATISTICS
Total number of applications received – 2,267
Total number of students enrolled –250
Number of full-time students – 207
Number of part-time students – 43
Number of colleges represented – 118
Number of states represented – 30
Percentage of students of color – 33%
Percentage of female students – 54%
Percentage of students outside of Illinois – 51%
Median age – 24
25th and 75th percentile GPA – 3.02-3.54 (combined full and part-time)
25th and 75th percentile LSAT – 154-160 (combined full and part-time)
For more information on entering class statistics, click here.