The Class of 2014 By The Numbers
|Traditional Class||Accelerated Class||Combined Class|
|Number of States Represented||21||12||24|
|25th Percentile LSAT||–||–||151|
|25th Percentile GPA||–||–||3.01|
|75th Percentile LSAT||–||–||155|
|75th Percentile GPA||–||–||3.54|
*These statistics are based on the first day of Fall 2014 Orientation, Tuesday, September 2.
About The Class of 2014
Gonzaga University School of Law welcomed a class of 128 first-year students for the 2014-2015 academic year. This incoming class includes 11 percent more women and twice the number of international students compared to last year, and comes to Gonzaga from 21 different states.
“Our new students are community-minded, enthusiastic, engaged, and passionate about a wide range of issues,” said Heidi Holland, Associate Dean of Students. “They have all shown an extraordinary commitment to their education, and we are excited to have them continue their education at Gonzaga Law.”
These students represent 64 undergraduate institutions, and 19 percent self-identify as members of underrepresented minorities.
Our newest students bring a very wide range of personal experience to Gonzaga Law. Students have traveled or lived around the world, including in Africa, Spain, Ecuador, Ireland, Singapore, Germany, Italy, Antarctica, Honduras, Mexico, Sudan, Canada, Japan, Ukraine, Norway, Denmark and England. On average, students have taken a year and a half between completing undergraduate studies and beginning law school.
In contrast to the nationwide drop in law school enrollment, Gonzaga Law’s increased enrollment by 18 percent while maintaining strong academic credentials.