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Washington College of Law Law School at American University

LSAT 159
GPA 3.5
Tuition & Fees $57,836
Acceptance Rate 38.74 %
First Time Bar Exam Pass Rate 75.45 %

Washington College of Law Overview

American University Campus, Washington, DC
Washington College of Law is a law school at American University. American University is a private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years institute located in Washington, District of Columbia. It is a Research University (high research activity) by Carnegie Classification.
The 2021 tuition & fees of Washington College of Law is $57,836. The acceptance rate of the school is 38.74% and yield is 18.65%. The average LSAT scores submitted by enrolled students is 159 and the average GPA is 3.5. Total 1,413 students are attending Washington College of Law and 380 of them is first-year students. Last year 391 graduate have taken the bar exam first time and 295 have passed the exam (the pass rate is 75.45%). You may want to check the general academic information of American University at American University academic page.

Washington College of Law 2021 Average LSAT and GPA

376 enrolled students have submitted LSAT scores and its average LSAT score at Washington College of Law is 159. The average undergraduate GPA from 373 submitters is 3.5. Next table shows the submitted LSAT and GPA scores in 25th, 50th, and 75th percentile.
Washington College of Law 2021 LSAT Scores and GPA
25th Percentile50th Percentile75th Percentile
Full-timePart-timeFull-timePart-timeFull-timePart-time
LSAT Scores155159161
154156159159161161
Undergraduate GPA3.243.53.62
3.243.173.53.423.643.53

Washington College of Law 2021 Tuition & Fees

Washington College of Law tuition for academic year 2020-2021 is $57,836. The average undergraduate tuition & fees other than law school at American University is $51,361. For graduate schools, its 2021 tuition and fees is $35,524
Washington College of Law 2021 Tuition & Fees
Washington College of Law$57,836
Average Costs at American University
Undergraduate$51,361
Graduate$35,524

Washington College of Law 2021 Acceptance Rate and Enrollment

Last year, total 5,261 students have applied to Washington College of Law and 2,038 students have accepted to admit to the school. Among the accepted students, 380 students finally enrolled to Washington College of Law. The acceptance rate is 38.74% and yield (enrollment rate) is 19%. With 1 deferred/pre-admitted students, Washington College of Law has 381 first year class students for academic year 2019-2020.
Washington College of Law 2021 Admission Statistics
Number of Students
Applicants5,261
Admitted2,038
Enrolled380
Acceptance Rate38.74%
Yield (Enrollment Rate)18.65%
Deferred / Previously Admitted1
Total First Year Class Enrollment381

Washington College of Law 2020 Student Population

Washington College of Law has total 1,413 students for academic year 2019-2020. 1,242 of them enrolled in JD program and 171 enrolled in non-JD programs.
Total Enrollment at Washington College of Law
Total Enrollment1,413
JD Enrollment1,242
Non-JD Enrollment171
Non-JD Online Enrollment33
For first year students enrollment, Washington College of Law has 381 students. By gender, there are 130 male and 251 female students. By attendance type, 321 full-time and 60 part-time students. Next table summarizes the first year enrollment by gender and attendance type at Washington College of Law for academic year 2019-2020.
First Year Student Enrollment at Washington College of Law
TotalFull-timePart-time
Total381 32160
Men130 10723
Women251 21437

Washington College of Law First Time Bar Passage

Last year, total 399 students have graduated from Washington College of Law. Among them, 391 students (including from prior year and early first time takers) took the bar exam for the first time and 295 passed the exam. The first-time bar exam pass rate at Washington College of Law is 75.45% where the average pass rate of District of Columbia is 75.35%.
First Time Bar Exam Takers and Pass Rate at Washington College of Law
Total Graduates399
First-time Bar Exam Taker391
(332 new graduates, 59 from prior year)
First-time Bar Exam Not Taker67 (new graduates)
First-time Bar Exam Passers and Pass Rate295 / 75.45%
Pass Rate at District of Columbia75.35%