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You are visualizing change in 25th Percentile LSAT for ABA-approved law schools grouped by Total Federal Investment in 2014 Graduates

We split schools up by Total Federal Investment in 2014 Graduates, and then show the change in the 25th percentile LSAT for each school's entering class between 2010 and 2014. For example, the first chart shows 25th percentile LSAT score changes at the 11 schools with Federal Investment ≥ $50 million. The purple marker shows the 25th percentile LSAT score in 2010. These charts demonstrate that not all changes in LSAT score are the same. Total Federal Investment is the amount cumulatively borrowed by law school graduates at a law school. We determined each group by that amount, and then found the average bar passage rate at the schools in the group. Note that the amount borrowed does not include interest that accumulated during law school, debt from other degree programs, or other debt related to attending law school. Learn about Total Federal Investment Explain More About These Charts

Group-Component Charts Explained

Risk BandLSAT
ScorePercentile
Minimal Risk156-180≥ 67.4
Low Risk153-15555.6 - 63.9
Modest Risk150-15244.3 - 52.5
High Risk147-14933 - 40.3
Very High Risk145-14626.1 - 29.5
Extreme Risk120-144≤ 22.9

These charts (one chart for each group) have three parts:

1. LSAT Distribution: The shaded blue area shows the distribution of LSAT scores for all people who took the LSAT during the last three years. LSAT scores range from 120 to 180. A student scoring 120 is in the 0 percentile because the student scored better than 0% of test-takers. A student scoring a 180 is in the 99.9 percentile because the student scored better than 99.9% of test-takers. A student scoring a 160 is in the 80.4 percentile because the student scored better than 80.4% of test-takers. You can hover over the blue outline to see a tooltip for all each LSAT/percentile combinations.

2. Black and Green Bars: Each school has a bar. The start point for each bar, a purple marker, is the school's 25th percentile LSAT score for students who entered in 2010. The end point is the 25th percentile LSAT score for students who entered in 2014. If the 25th percentile went up, the bar is green. If it went down, the bar is black. If the score is the same, there is only a purple marker (no bar). You can hover over the bar (or marker) to see the school and how its 25th percentile LSAT score has changed.

3. Risk Overlays: We highlight the three highest risk areas, from high to extreme. Using these indicators, you can see which schools' bottom quartile students are most likely to struggle on the bar exam.

Current Risk Level

This table shows the total number of schools at each Risk Level, which is based on students who entered in 2014, grouped by Total Federal Investment in 2014 Graduates. Total Federal Investment is the amount cumulatively borrowed by law school graduates at a law school. We determined each group by that amount, and then found the average bar passage rate at the schools in the group. Note that the amount borrowed does not include interest that accumulated during law school, debt from other degree programs, or other debt related to attending law school. Learn about Total Federal Investment

Grouped by Total Federal Investment in 2014 Graduates Risk Level by 25th Percentile LSAT Scores, 2014 Entering Class
Extreme Risk Very High Risk High Risk Serious Risk Other Schools Modest Risk Low Risk Minimal Risk
Federal Investment ≥ $50 million 3 1 1 5 6 1 0 5
Federal Investment $30 - $49.9 million 1 2 3 6 14 2 5 7
Federal Investment $20 - $29.9 million 5 3 9 17 29 7 9 13
Federal Investment $10 - $19.9 million 5 8 11 24 51 16 12 23
Federal Investment < $10 million 4 3 4 11 21 13 5 3
Federal Investment Not Reported 5 2 0 7 1 1 0 0

Read this chart across each row. For example, the 11 schools in the Federal Investment ≥ $50 million group, 5 schools are "Serious Risk" and 6 schools are not (based on students who entered in 2014).

Average percentile decline for bottom quartile by group

Because LSAT scores follow a roughly normal distribution, it's difficult to compare raw score changes. On the following table, we show decline by percentile to illustrate how some declines were steeper than they first appear. The charts on the "Group-Component Charts" tab show how the meaning of the drop also depends on where a school started when assessing school admissions decisions.

Grouped by Total Federal Investment in 2014 Graduates Average Decline
Between 2010 and 2014
LSAT - 25th
2010
LSAT - 25th
2014
LSAT Change
Federal Investment ≥ $50 million
11 schools
-14 percentile 158.9 154.2 -4.7 points
Federal Investment $30 - $49.9 million
20 schools
-12.8 percentile 158.1 154.3 -3.8 points
Federal Investment $20 - $29.9 million
46 schools
-11.2 percentile 156.1 152.8 -3.3 points
Federal Investment $10 - $19.9 million
75 schools
-11.1 percentile 155.3 152.2 -3.1 points
Federal Investment < $10 million
32 schools
-10.4 percentile 153.2 150.3 -2.9 points
Federal Investment Not Reported
8 schools
-15.6 percentile 149.1 144.4 -4.7 points

Read this chart across each row. For example, the 11 schools in the Federal Investment ≥ $50 million group had a decline of 14 percentile for the 25th Percentile LSAT from 2010 to 2014.

Aggregate Change Between 2010 and 2014 for 25th Percentile LSAT

The top half of both charts — in purple — shows how law schools grouped by Total Federal Investment in 2014 Graduates are concentrated within a risk category based on students who entered in 2010. The bottom half of both charts — in black — reflect today, the students who entered in 2014.

 

 

Hover over a risk category (x-axis) to see the full breakdown. Looking at the first chart, for example, hover over the "High Risk" column. In 2010 there were 22 schools that qualified as "High Risk" based on 25th Percentile LSAT. However, in 2014 there are 28 schools that qualify as "High Risk." The tooltip will show how each of those two groups (of 22 and 28 schools, respectively) break down based on Total Federal Investment in 2014 Graduates.

Note the schools that reduced class size to keep admissions credentials steady, as well as the schools that drastically (and dangerously) cut standards in order to ensure enrollment did not drop so far that the school could not operate.

 

School 2014 Grad
Federal
Investment
2010 Entering Class 2014 Entering Class Change
Enr. 25th Percentile LSAT Enr. 25th Percentile LSAT Enr. 25th Percentile LSAT
Score
(%ile Rank)
Risk Band Score
(%ile Rank)
Risk Band Score %ile Risk Band
Florida Coastal School of Law $73,253,250 808 146 (29.5) Very High 424 140 (13.4) Extreme -47.5% 6 -16.1
Charlotte School of Law $53,681,696 468 148 (36.3) High 446 138 (9.6) Extreme -4.7% 10 -26.7
John Marshall Law School - Chicago $51,092,408 539 151 (48.1) Modest 357 146 (29.5) Very High -33.8% 5 -18.6
Suffolk University $50,696,067 531 152 (52.2) Modest 423 143 (20.5) Extreme -20.3% 9 -31.7
New York Law School $57,317,968 641 153 (55.6) Low 245 148 (36.3) High -61.8% 5 -19.3
American University $60,858,712 502 158 (74.6) Minimal 429 152 (52.2) Modest -14.5% 6 -22.4
George Washington University $64,453,776 523 162 (85.9) Minimal 539 159 (77.6) Minimal 3.1% 3 -8.3
Georgetown University $74,511,855 591 168 (95.9) Minimal 580 163 (88.1) Minimal -1.9% 5 -7.8
New York University $52,301,376 476 169 (96.7) Minimal 452 167 (94.6) Minimal -5% 2 -2.1
Columbia University $54,851,056 404 170 (97.4) Minimal 381 170 (97.4) Minimal -5.7% 0 -0
Harvard University $62,057,149 561 171 (98) Minimal 563 170 (97.4) Minimal 0.4% 1 -0.6
Nova Southeastern University $32,884,450 386 148 (36.3) High 262 146 (29.5) Very High -32.1% 2 -6.8
Thomas Jefferson School of Law $46,042,815 422 149 (40.3) High 241 141 (15.2) Extreme -42.9% 8 -25.1
California Western School of Law $30,088,203 382 151 (48.1) Modest 263 146 (29.5) Very High -31.2% 5 -18.6
South Texas College of Law Houston $37,764,336 461 151 (48.1) Modest 362 148 (36.3) High -21.5% 3 -11.8
Stetson University $37,840,470 360 154 (59.7) Low 246 152 (52.2) Modest -31.7% 2 -7.5
Seattle University $37,190,162 324 155 (63.9) Low 256 151 (48.1) Modest -21% 4 -15.8
University of Denver $31,832,003 301 156 (67.4) Minimal 258 153 (55.6) Low -14.3% 3 -11.8
DePaul University $31,347,855 312 156 (67.4) Minimal 226 148 (36.3) High -27.6% 8 -31.1
University of Miami $46,318,090 489 156 (67.4) Minimal 229 155 (63.9) Low -53.2% 1 -3.5
Hofstra University $36,486,084 365 156 (67.4) Minimal 280 147 (33) High -23.3% 9 -34.4
Loyola Marymount University $49,775,237 403 158 (74.6) Minimal 312 156 (67.4) Minimal -22.6% 2 -7.2
University of California - Hastings $46,762,436 383 160 (80.4) Minimal 323 155 (63.9) Low -15.7% 5 -16.5
Cardozo-Yeshiva University $33,330,456 382 160 (80.4) Minimal 339 155 (63.9) Low -11.3% 5 -16.5
Brooklyn Law School $34,715,806 486 162 (85.9) Minimal 399 153 (55.6) Low -17.9% 9 -30.3
University of California - Berkeley $32,154,304 286 162 (85.9) Minimal 274 164 (90) Minimal -4.2% 2 4.1
Fordham University $43,297,716 477 163 (88.1) Minimal 367 160 (80.4) Minimal -23.1% 3 -7.7
University of California - Los Angeles $31,356,094 308 165 (92) Minimal 314 163 (88.1) Minimal 1.9% 2 -3.9
Northwestern University $37,994,145 274 166 (93.2) Minimal 242 162 (85.9) Minimal -11.7% 4 -7.3
University of Virginia $35,953,504 368 166 (93.2) Minimal 307 166 (93.2) Minimal -16.6% 0 -0
University of Michigan $41,331,576 376 168 (95.9) Minimal 318 165 (92) Minimal -15.4% 3 -3.9
Valparaiso University $21,121,600 207 147 (33) High 174 141 (15.2) Extreme -15.9% 6 -17.8
St. Thomas University - Florida $27,739,176 275 148 (36.3) High 233 144 (22.9) Extreme -15.3% 4 -13.4
Barry University $29,685,825 254 149 (40.3) High 268 144 (22.9) Extreme 5.5% 5 -17.4
Touro College $25,860,785 280 149 (40.3) High 187 145 (26.1) Very High -33.2% 4 -14.2
Hamline University $20,937,005 227 149 (40.3) High 90 146 (29.5) Very High -60.4% 3 -10.8
Widener University - Delaware $29,238,090 389 150 (44.3) Modest 128 148 (36.3) High -67.1% 2 -8
Whittier Law School $26,833,554 303 150 (44.3) Modest 239 143 (20.5) Extreme -21.1% 7 -23.8
Loyola University New Orleans $22,871,048 246 150 (44.3) Modest 139 150 (44.3) Modest -43.5% 0 -0
University of Baltimore $29,943,225 363 151 (48.1) Modest 233 148 (36.3) High -35.8% 3 -11.8
Charleston School of Law $25,142,301 237 151 (48.1) Modest 166 143 (20.5) Extreme -30% 8 -27.6
Golden Gate University $23,552,368 320 151 (48.1) Modest 137 146 (29.5) Very High -57.2% 5 -18.6
Indiana University - Indianapolis $21,843,126 282 151 (48.1) Modest 281 148 (36.3) High -0.4% 3 -11.8
St. Mary's University $20,903,978 301 151 (48.1) Modest 254 148 (36.3) High -15.6% 3 -11.8
Pace University $22,847,660 299 152 (52.2) Modest 207 148 (36.3) High -30.8% 4 -15.9
Michigan State University $23,109,548 299 152 (52.2) Modest 248 150 (44.3) Modest -17.1% 2 -7.9
William Mitchell College of Law $29,677,784 357 152 (52.2) Modest 169 149 (40.3) High -52.7% 3 -11.9
Albany Law School $22,521,832 236 152 (52.2) Modest 117 148 (36.3) High -50.4% 4 -15.9
St. Louis University $29,615,720 334 153 (55.6) Low 165 151 (48.1) Modest -50.6% 2 -7.5
Syracuse University $21,584,583 252 153 (55.6) Low 169 153 (55.6) Low -32.9% 0 -0
Marquette University $25,292,204 247 154 (59.7) Low 208 149 (40.3) High -15.8% 5 -19.4
Northeastern University $25,364,584 220 155 (63.9) Low 126 153 (55.6) Low -42.7% 2 -8.3
University of San Francisco $26,697,533 251 155 (63.9) Low 172 151 (48.1) Modest -31.5% 4 -15.8
University of the Pacific $23,325,822 346 155 (63.9) Low 152 148 (36.3) High -56.1% 7 -27.6
Seton Hall University $27,413,400 358 155 (63.9) Low 167 152 (52.2) Modest -53.4% 3 -11.7
Chicago-Kent College of Law $26,973,900 310 155 (63.9) Low 228 152 (52.2) Modest -26.5% 3 -11.7
Southern Methodist University $24,424,932 254 156 (67.4) Minimal 226 156 (67.4) Minimal -11% 0 -0
St. John's University $23,063,554 341 156 (67.4) Minimal 214 153 (55.6) Low -37.2% 3 -11.8
Catholic University of America $22,000,024 274 156 (67.4) Minimal 140 151 (48.1) Modest -48.9% 5 -19.3
Loyola University Chicago $29,692,960 292 157 (70.9) Minimal 231 155 (63.9) Low -20.9% 2 -7
University of Maryland $22,378,077 296 157 (70.9) Minimal 196 155 (63.9) Low -33.8% 2 -7
Lewis and Clark College $25,921,056 247 157 (70.9) Minimal 203 155 (63.9) Low -17.8% 2 -7
Santa Clara University $29,726,830 314 158 (74.6) Minimal 152 156 (67.4) Minimal -51.6% 2 -7.2
Pepperdine University $21,828,750 222 159 (77.6) Minimal 227 153 (55.6) Low 2.3% 6 -22
University of Minnesota $21,993,930 260 159 (77.6) Minimal 193 157 (70.9) Minimal -25.8% 2 -6.7
University of San Diego $28,136,463 330 159 (77.6) Minimal 223 155 (63.9) Low -32.4% 4 -13.7
Tulane University $25,514,665 258 160 (80.4) Minimal 185 157 (70.9) Minimal -28.3% 3 -9.5
University of Florida $20,108,040 310 160 (80.4) Minimal 307 155 (63.9) Low -1% 5 -16.5
Boston College $20,371,260 261 163 (88.1) Minimal 230 159 (77.6) Minimal -11.9% 4 -10.5
University of Texas $26,225,680 389 164 (90) Minimal 301 163 (88.1) Minimal -22.6% 1 -1.9
University of Southern California $22,357,569 220 166 (93.2) Minimal 202 163 (88.1) Minimal -8.2% 3 -5.1
Emory University $24,998,700 293 166 (93.2) Minimal 223 158 (74.6) Minimal -23.9% 8 -18.6
Cornell University $21,465,000 205 166 (93.2) Minimal 203 166 (93.2) Minimal -1% 0 -0
University of Pennsylvania $26,780,412 250 166 (93.2) Minimal 250 164 (90) Minimal 0% 2 -3.2
University of Chicago $22,861,810 205 168 (95.9) Minimal 190 166 (93.2) Minimal -7.3% 2 -2.7
Duke University $21,569,832 238 168 (95.9) Minimal 221 166 (93.2) Minimal -7.1% 2 -2.7
Yale University $20,725,461 205 171 (98) Minimal 200 170 (97.4) Minimal -2.4% 1 -0.6
Southern University Law Center $12,099,519 320 143 (20.5) Extreme 196 142 (17.8) Extreme -38.8% 1 -2.7
University of Detroit Mercy $16,266,135 257 146 (29.5) Very High 199 148 (36.3) High -22.6% 2 6.8
Ave Maria School of Law $12,694,656 203 147 (33) High 112 139 (11.4) Extreme -44.8% 8 -21.6
Mississippi College $17,775,200 212 147 (33) High 151 144 (22.9) Extreme -28.8% 3 -10.1
Western State University $16,487,950 242 148 (36.3) High 104 146 (29.5) Very High -57% 2 -6.8
Widener University - Pennsylvania $14,062,129 178 148 (36.3) High 97 145 (26.1) Very High -45.5% 3 -10.2
Oklahoma City University $16,277,784 224 149 (40.3) High 156 145 (26.1) Very High -30.4% 4 -14.2
Roger Williams University $19,152,907 198 149 (40.3) High 138 145 (26.1) Very High -30.3% 4 -14.2
Capital University $17,015,100 246 150 (44.3) Modest 163 144 (22.9) Extreme -33.7% 6 -21.4
University of New Hampshire $13,725,997 132 150 (44.3) Modest 71 152 (52.2) Modest -46.2% 2 7.9
Regent University $14,142,854 168 150 (44.3) Modest 104 148 (36.3) High -38.1% 2 -8
University of Dayton $13,618,320 207 150 (44.3) Modest 113 145 (26.1) Very High -45.4% 5 -18.2
University of Toledo $10,758,564 157 150 (44.3) Modest 79 148 (36.3) High -49.7% 2 -8
Creighton University $15,443,492 144 151 (48.1) Modest 114 148 (36.3) High -20.8% 3 -11.8
Duquesne University $12,577,032 212 151 (48.1) Modest 124 150 (44.3) Modest -41.5% 1 -3.8
Howard University $13,394,268 156 151 (48.1) Modest 126 148 (36.3) High -19.2% 3 -11.8
Texas A&M $17,077,500 253 151 (48.1) Modest 192 152 (52.2) Modest -24.1% 1 4.1
University of Idaho $10,015,056 130 151 (48.1) Modest 113 147 (33) High -13.1% 4 -15.1
University of Mississippi $10,585,435 199 151 (48.1) Modest 128 151 (48.1) Modest -35.7% 0 -0
Western New England University School of Law $11,711,160 168 151 (48.1) Modest 118 143 (20.5) Extreme -29.8% 8 -27.6
Florida International University $12,214,840 161 152 (52.2) Modest 144 151 (48.1) Modest -10.6% 1 -4.1
Northern Kentucky University $10,456,614 199 152 (52.2) Modest 119 146 (29.5) Very High -40.2% 6 -22.7
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law $12,223,544 195 153 (55.6) Low 141 151 (48.1) Modest -27.7% 2 -7.5
Drake University $13,280,554 155 153 (55.6) Low 106 148 (36.3) High -31.6% 5 -19.3
Elon Law School $11,787,516 132 153 (55.6) Low 112 145 (26.1) Very High -15.2% 8 -29.5
Mercer University $15,286,722 166 153 (55.6) Low 146 147 (33) High -12% 6 -22.6
Samford University $13,651,660 166 153 (55.6) Low 146 148 (36.3) High -12% 5 -19.3
Texas Tech University $13,652,064 244 153 (55.6) Low 228 151 (48.1) Modest -6.6% 2 -7.5
Vermont Law School $17,081,717 212 153 (55.6) Low 143 146 (29.5) Very High -32.5% 7 -26.1
Wayne State University $11,582,745 197 153 (55.6) Low 117 152 (52.2) Modest -40.6% 1 -3.4
Campbell University $11,798,515 162 154 (59.7) Low 185 149 (40.3) High 14.2% 5 -19.4
Gonzaga University $17,464,464 183 154 (59.7) Low 125 151 (48.1) Modest -31.7% 3 -11.6
Quinnipiac University $11,275,864 163 154 (59.7) Low 92 150 (44.3) Modest -43.6% 4 -15.4
University of St. Thomas - Minneapolis $12,449,724 168 154 (59.7) Low 124 150 (44.3) Modest -26.2% 4 -15.4
Willamette University $15,379,187 158 154 (59.7) Low 100 149 (40.3) High -36.7% 5 -19.4
Chapman University $16,178,761 212 155 (63.9) Low 169 153 (55.6) Low -20.3% 2 -8.3
Louisiana State University $16,731,077 222 155 (63.9) Low 200 153 (55.6) Low -9.9% 2 -8.3
Rutgers State University - Newark $18,527,949 283 155 (63.9) Low 189 153 (55.6) Low -33.2% 2 -8.3
SUNY Buffalo $11,781,550 219 155 (63.9) Low 143 151 (48.1) Modest -34.7% 4 -15.8
Drexel University $10,845,970 146 156 (67.4) Minimal 129 151 (48.1) Modest -11.6% 5 -19.3
Indiana University - Bloomington $16,161,300 250 156 (67.4) Minimal 183 154 (59.7) Low -26.8% 2 -7.7
University of Nevada - Las Vegas $11,064,258 145 156 (67.4) Minimal 112 154 (59.7) Low -22.8% 2 -7.7
University of South Carolina $13,534,400 239 156 (67.4) Minimal 213 152 (52.2) Modest -10.9% 4 -15.2
Case Western Reserve University $16,202,052 236 157 (70.9) Minimal 146 157 (70.9) Minimal -38.1% 0 -0
Penn State University $19,195,510 228 157 (70.9) Minimal 191 153 (55.6) Low -16.2% 4 -15.3
University of Oregon $16,944,000 177 157 (70.9) Minimal 118 154 (59.7) Low -33.3% 3 -11.2
Arizona State University $13,348,047 191 158 (74.6) Minimal 143 157 (70.9) Minimal -25.1% 1 -3.7
George Mason University $19,768,788 303 158 (74.6) Minimal 161 156 (67.4) Minimal -46.9% 2 -7.2
University of Connecticut $10,590,989 186 158 (74.6) Minimal 160 155 (63.9) Low -14% 3 -10.7
University of Iowa $13,486,458 203 158 (74.6) Minimal 141 157 (70.9) Minimal -30.5% 1 -3.7
University of Pittsburgh $17,795,292 259 158 (74.6) Minimal 156 152 (52.2) Modest -39.8% 6 -22.4
University of Wisconsin $14,445,886 246 158 (74.6) Minimal 158 157 (70.9) Minimal -35.8% 1 -3.7
Georgia State University $11,590,452 224 159 (77.6) Minimal 186 155 (63.9) Low -17% 4 -13.7
Temple University $18,199,401 326 159 (77.6) Minimal 215 156 (67.4) Minimal -34% 3 -10.2
University of Houston $18,176,120 266 159 (77.6) Minimal 231 155 (63.9) Low -13.2% 4 -13.7
University of North Carolina $18,217,575 254 159 (77.6) Minimal 201 157 (70.9) Minimal -20.9% 2 -6.7
University of Richmond $13,135,220 146 159 (77.6) Minimal 133 155 (63.9) Low -8.9% 4 -13.7
Villanova University $17,439,351 251 159 (77.6) Minimal 155 152 (52.2) Modest -38.2% 7 -25.4
Baylor University $11,316,602 183 160 (80.4) Minimal 158 155 (63.9) Low -13.7% 5 -16.5
William and Mary $16,742,790 217 160 (80.4) Minimal 213 157 (70.9) Minimal -1.8% 3 -9.5
Ohio State University $16,881,654 230 160 (80.4) Minimal 167 156 (67.4) Minimal -27.4% 4 -13
University of California - Davis $12,154,740 196 160 (80.4) Minimal 164 160 (80.4) Minimal -16.3% 0 -0
University of Washington $16,746,420 186 160 (80.4) Minimal 163 160 (80.4) Minimal -12.4% 0 -0
Wake Forest University $17,850,312 165 160 (80.4) Minimal 179 157 (70.9) Minimal 8.5% 3 -9.5
Florida State University $18,325,500 199 161 (83.4) Minimal 188 156 (67.4) Minimal -5.5% 5 -16
University of Arizona $10,699,696 157 161 (83.4) Minimal 104 156 (67.4) Minimal -33.8% 5 -16
University of Colorado $16,162,920 180 161 (83.4) Minimal 166 156 (67.4) Minimal -7.8% 5 -16
Washington and Lee University $11,161,044 144 161 (83.4) Minimal 101 157 (70.9) Minimal -29.9% 4 -12.5
University of Georgia $15,011,425 248 162 (85.9) Minimal 185 158 (74.6) Minimal -25.4% 4 -11.3
University of Notre Dame $16,362,570 172 162 (85.9) Minimal 200 160 (80.4) Minimal 16.3% 2 -5.5
Washington University in St Louis $19,819,410 276 162 (85.9) Minimal 270 162 (85.9) Minimal -2.2% 0 -0
University of Illinois $14,106,764 228 163 (88.1) Minimal 157 158 (74.6) Minimal -31.1% 5 -13.5
Boston University $17,471,700 268 164 (90) Minimal 208 160 (80.4) Minimal -22.4% 4 -9.6
Vanderbilt University $17,982,069 193 165 (92) Minimal 171 162 (85.9) Minimal -11.4% 3 -6.1
Stanford University $18,708,002 180 167 (94.6) Minimal 179 169 (96.7) Minimal -0.6% 2 2.1
North Carolina Central University $7,083,442 206 143 (20.5) Extreme 199 141 (15.2) Extreme -3.4% 2 -5.3
University of North Dakota $4,213,170 83 148 (36.3) High 73 143 (20.5) Extreme -12% 5 -15.8
Liberty University $4,863,250 135 148 (36.3) High 84 148 (36.3) High -37.8% 0 -0
Ohio Northern University $9,806,524 120 149 (40.3) High 71 144 (22.9) Extreme -40.8% 5 -17.4
University of The District of Columbia $5,341,775 131 149 (40.3) High 90 145 (26.1) Very High -31.3% 4 -14.2
University of South Dakota $5,764,299 75 149 (40.3) High 74 144 (22.9) Extreme -1.3% 5 -17.4
Northern Illinois University $6,328,924 135 150 (44.3) Modest 84 146 (29.5) Very High -37.8% 4 -14.8
West Virginia University $9,489,424 137 151 (48.1) Modest 107 152 (52.2) Modest -21.9% 1 4.1
University of Wyoming $3,756,872 82 151 (48.1) Modest 85 150 (44.3) Modest 3.7% 1 -3.8
University of Arkansas - Little Rock $7,300,860 157 151 (48.1) Modest 125 146 (29.5) Very High -20.4% 5 -18.6
University of Akron $8,396,844 177 152 (52.2) Modest 116 148 (36.3) High -34.5% 4 -15.9
CUNY $9,642,555 163 152 (52.2) Modest 97 151 (48.1) Modest -40.5% 1 -4.1
University of Tulsa $8,143,010 146 152 (52.2) Modest 86 151 (48.1) Modest -41.1% 1 -4.1
University of New Mexico $6,889,813 116 153 (55.6) Low 111 150 (44.3) Modest -4.3% 3 -11.3
University of Nebraska $5,794,620 145 153 (55.6) Low 107 152 (52.2) Modest -26.2% 1 -3.4
Washburn University $8,089,412 169 153 (55.6) Low 113 148 (36.3) High -33.1% 5 -19.3
University of Montana $5,127,552 85 153 (55.6) Low 83 151 (48.1) Modest -2.4% 2 -7.5
University of Memphis $8,661,330 158 153 (55.6) Low 118 150 (44.3) Modest -25.3% 3 -11.3
University of Maine $8,038,171 95 153 (55.6) Low 81 149 (40.3) High -14.7% 4 -15.3
University of Hawaii $4,107,418 113 153 (55.6) Low 120 152 (52.2) Modest 6.2% 1 -3.4
University of Arkansas - Fayetteville $6,290,559 138 153 (55.6) Low 125 151 (48.1) Modest -9.4% 2 -7.5
University of Kansas $7,339,220 165 155 (63.9) Low 125 153 (55.6) Low -24.2% 2 -8.3
University of Louisville $9,199,890 143 155 (63.9) Low 92 150 (44.3) Modest -35.7% 5 -19.6
University of Tennessee $8,010,321 169 156 (67.4) Minimal 93 154 (59.7) Low -45% 2 -7.7
University of Cincinnati $8,356,267 144 157 (70.9) Minimal 73 151 (48.1) Modest -49.3% 6 -22.8
University of Oklahoma $9,242,157 174 157 (70.9) Minimal 157 155 (63.9) Low -9.8% 2 -7
University of Missouri - Columbia $7,872,813 148 157 (70.9) Minimal 115 154 (59.7) Low -22.3% 3 -11.2
University of Utah $9,132,100 122 157 (70.9) Minimal 100 155 (63.9) Low -18% 2 -7
University of Kentucky $7,674,600 135 157 (70.9) Minimal 114 152 (52.2) Modest -15.6% 5 -18.7
University of Alabama $7,846,720 161 159 (77.6) Minimal 134 157 (70.9) Minimal -16.8% 2 -6.7
Brigham Young University $5,366,097 150 161 (83.4) Minimal 126 156 (67.4) Minimal -16% 5 -16
University of California - Irvine $7,716,825 83 163 (88.1) Minimal 89 162 (85.9) Minimal 7.2% 1 -2.2
Florida A&M University - 288 144 (22.9) Extreme 152 144 (22.9) Extreme -47.2% 0 -0
Appalachian School of Law - 127 146 (29.5) Very High 48 141 (15.2) Extreme -62.2% 5 -14.3
Faulkner University - 145 148 (36.3) High 113 142 (17.8) Extreme -22.1% 6 -18.5
Arizona Summit Law School - 392 148 (36.3) High 262 140 (13.4) Extreme -33.2% 8 -22.9
John Marshall Law School - Atlanta - 265 148 (36.3) High 214 146 (29.5) Very High -19.2% 2 -6.8
New England School of Law - 393 151 (48.1) Modest 265 146 (29.5) Very High -32.6% 5 -18.6
Southern Illinois University - 144 151 (48.1) Modest 125 144 (22.9) Extreme -13.2% 7 -25.2
Rutgers State University - Camden - 269 157 (70.9) Minimal 182 152 (52.2) Modest -32.3% 5 -18.7