Beginning in 2017, The University of Tulsa College of Law offers a new tuition program of $24,600 for all incoming Juris Doctor students. This new tuition structure increases access to a quality legal education for law students across the country and directly responds to growing concerns about the rising cost of law school and mounting student debt. At $24,600, TU Law’s tuition is less than tuition at many state schools.
TU Law, a selective Top 100 law school, offers an excellent, highly personalized education rooted in practical experience. Merit-based scholarships are available for those who qualify. Spring, summer, and fall starts are available.
Why TU Law?
- Top 100 Law School (US News & World Report, 2017 rankings)
- #1 Best Value Private Law School (PreLaw Magazine, 2016)
- #1 in the nation for graduate employment in firms size 2-100 (National Jurist, 2015)
- #25 in the nation for graduate employment in full-time long-term bar license required JD advantage positions (based on ABA data for the class of 2015)
- A 2016 Best Law School (The Princeton Review, 2015)
- Tulsa and TU Law named to ‘9 of the Cheapest Cities with the Highest-Ranked Law Schools’ list (Law.com, 2016)
- A Best School for Bar Exam Preparation (National Jurist, 2016)
- Commitment to service through pro bono programs, student organizations, and a clinical education program
- Guaranteed opportunities for practical experience beginning the first year
- Leading academic programs in sustainable energy and resources law, Native American law, and health law
- A professional development office committed to preparing graduates for success
- An active alumni network that is involved in student and graduate success
- #1 Best City for Young Entrepreneurs in the US (Forbes, 2013)
- #1 Most Budget-Friendly Metro (Apartment Guide, 2014)
- #2 Best City for First-Time Homebuyers (CBS News, 2016)
- #7 Best City for Personal Income Growth (US Bureau of Economic Analysis, 2014)
- Top 10 Best Place to Live in Your 20s (Business Insider, 2015)
- Top 10 Best City to Start a Career (WalletHub, 2015)
- Top 10 City for Percent Increase in Millennial Population (Apartment List, 2016)
- Top 20 Best City for Law School Graduates (GoodCall, 2016)
- Cost of Living 12% Below National Average (Council for Community & Economic Research)
- Per Capita Income 11.6% Above National Average (US Census)
- Apartment Rates 31.6% Below National Average (Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce)
- Energy Costs 21.9% Below National Average (Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce)
Focus on a rewarding career after graduation, without excessive debt.
Graduate employment rates at The University of Tulsa College of Law are consistently above the national average.