The University of Tulsa College of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar (address: 321 North Clark Street, 21st Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60654 / phone: 312-988-6738 / email: email@example.com / website) since 1953. Pursuant to ABA Standard 509 which requires a law school to publicly disclose on its website certain designated consumer information, please see below.
|2018 Incoming 1L JD Class|
|Total number of completed, unduplicated 1L JD applications||581|
|Total number of admitted 1L JD applicants||242|
|LSAT Score*||Undergraduate GPA*|
|Median LSAT score: 154||Median UGPA: 3.48|
|75th % = 157||75th % = 3.63|
|50th % = 154||50th % = 3.48|
|25th % = 150||25th % = 3.09|
Women / Minority Enrollment
- 45% women
- 33% minority
- Percentage recruited from outside of Oklahoma (permanent residence): 33%
- Percentage from Oklahoma: 67%
- Number of majors represented: 35
- Number of schools represented: 38
- Average age: 26.79
- Percentage of students age 26 and up: 36%
- First generation college: 20%
Enrollment Data & Attrition/Graduation Rates
Conditional Scholarships, Scholarship Policies and Guidelines
Currently 93% of the overall student body receives scholarships and specifically, 87% of the 2017 entering class received scholarships.
TU Law does not award scholarships that may be reduced or eliminated based on law school academic performance other than failure to maintain good academic standing (2.0). Therefore, TU Law does not complete a “conditional scholarship retention chart.” For additional information about scholarships see Financial Aid.
Faculty Resources 2016-2017
Full-Time Faculty: 29
Part Time Faculty: 22
2019-2020 Tuition, Fees, Living Costs, (per year)
|F/T||8-11 hrs||6-7 hrs|
Class Sizes for First Year and Upper-Class Courses; Number of Seminars, Clinical and Curricular Offerings
The University of Tulsa’s refund policy
For more information about the refund policy, please call the TU Bursar’s Office at 918-631-2600.
Bar Passage Data
- For the February 2014 Bar Exam, the TU Law’s pass rate for first-time test takers was 100%.
- For the July 2014 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 87% (state average 84%).
- For the February 2015 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 92% (state average 79%).
- For the July 2015 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 75% (state average 68%).
- For the February 2016 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 83% (state average 83%).
- For the July 2016 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 82% (state average 74%).
- For the February 2017 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 100% (state average 89%).
- For the July 2017 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 93% (state average 87%).
- For the February 2018 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 88% (state average 82%).
- For the July 2018 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 82% (state average 79%).
- For the February 2019 Bar Exam, TU Law’s pass rate for first-time takers was 100% (state average 89%).
Located on the Bulletin Academic Policies page.
The Mabee Legal Information Center (MLIC) at The University of Tulsa College of Law
College of Law Facilities
Transfer of Credit Statement
Students who wish to transfer to The University of Tulsa College of Law must complete the following in the application process:
- Submit an application for admission and a personal statement to The University of Tulsa College of Law via LSAC. (Be sure to check the transfer box on the application.)
- Reactivate CAS account with LSAC.
- Arrange to have 2 letters of recommendation submitted. Letters of recommendation must be submitted through LSAC.
- Submit a statement that explains a reason for the transfer request.
- Arrange for the dean of your current law school to send a letter of good standing to our admissions office. This letter should also include class rank.
- Arrange for your current law school to send an official transcript reflecting a full year of formal matriculation. If you have completed only one semester, a conditional decision will be made based upon hours completed. Acceptance will be contingent upon receipt of a transcript reflecting all matriculation including the second semester.
- A second letter of good standing will need to be sent when the final transcript is sent.
- Specific policies regarding transfer applications may be found in the College of Law’s Handbook
TRANSFER OF CREDITS AND GRADES
Admission with Advanced Standing
- The Admission and Financial Aid Committee, in its discretion, may admit a transfer student with advanced standing subject to the following:
- The dean of the law school from which the transfer is sought shall certify in writing the applicant’s good standing and the unconditional eligibility to re-enroll.
- The academic credit to be transferred shall have been earned in a law school that is approved or provisionally approved by the American Bar Association.
- The applicant shall meet all admission standards of the College and shall comply with the College’s procedures for admission.
- A transfer with advanced standing shall be denied if no transferable law school credits have been earned within a period of three years prior to the commencement of the semester or summer session for which admission is sought.
Criteria For Transfer of Credit from Another Institution
The University of Tulsa College of Law may accept credits from an ABA-accredited law school where appropriate as determined by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. No transfer credit will be accepted for any course where a student earned a grade of C- or lower, and no transfer credit will be accepted for any ungraded course (including courses graded on a pass/fail basis or satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis). The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs will determine the number of credits that will be accepted for transfer and the number of transfer hours to be credited toward the degree. The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs will determine whether the transfer credits courses satisfy specific graduation requirements and also determine the graduation requirements the student must still satisfy at The University of Tulsa.