Cardozo School of Law 2013 Entering Class Profile*

Applicants: 3,150

Matriculants: 336
         Fall: 224
         January: 20
         May Part-Time: 92

LSAT/GPA for All 1L Students
         75th Percentile: 162/3.65
         Median: 160/3.45
         25th Percentile: 156/3.20

LSAT/GPA for Full-Time Students
         75th Percentile: 163/3.67
         Median: 161/3.45
         25th Percentile: 158/3.21

LSAT/GPA for Part-Time Students
         75th Percentile: 158/3.61
         Median: 157/3.46
         25th Percentile: 155/3.17

Women: 51.8%

Students of Color:** 27.1%
         Asian/Pacific Islander: 10.7%
         Black/African American: 5.7%
         Hispanic/Latino: 9.8%
         Two or More Races: 0.9%

Age Range: 20-64

Average Age: 24

Directly from College: 36%

Advanced Degrees: 6.0%

Geographic Distribution
         Mid-Atlantic: 64%
         South: 12%
         Midwest: 7%
         New England: 7%
         West: 6%
         International: 9%

Twenty-eight states, the District of Columbia, and 20 countries outside the U.S. are represented in the entering class.

Top Undergraduate Feeder Schools
There are 139 colleges and universities represented in the entering class.  Our top feeder schools include:
         Columbia University/Barnard College
         Cornell University
         George Washington University
         Hunter College
         NYU
         Queens College
         SUNY Binghamton
         University of Maryland
         University of Michigan
         Yeshiva University

Undergraduate Majors
         Political Science/Government: 24%
         Humanities: 16%
         English/Literature: 11%
         Finance/Accounting/Business: 11%
         Philosophy: 8%
         Psychology: 7%
         History: 6%
         Economics: 5%
         Science/Engineering/Mathematics: 5%
         Social Sciences: 5%

*All data is final as of October 7, 2013. LSAT/UGPA percentiles were calculated by the Law School Admission Council based on matriculant lists provided by Cardozo Law to the ABA.
**Percentages include international students of color.