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During the 2023 application cycle, 3,448 people applied and 1,189 were offered admission.
University of San Diego has a 1L class size of 254, and yield of 22.20%. 264 out of 1,189 applicants who were offered admission accepted, meaning that 22.20% of the people who were offered admission ended up attending the school.
The 1L class at University of San Diego has a median LSAT of 161. The 25th percentile LSAT is 157 and the 75th percentile LSAT is 163.
The median GPA is 3.74. The 25th percentile GPA is 3.45 and the 75th percentile GPA is 3.86.
LSD has stats for 422 applicants for the 2022-2023 application cycle.
The graphs show applicant results plotted against GPA and LSAT. The dotted lines on the graphs represent the 25/50/75th percentiles reported by the school in their ABA 509 report from the previous year.
Each data point represents an LSD user that shared their application results for the benefit of future applicants.
Click on a data point to see that user's profile.
In 2023, tuition was $60,380 and the annual cost of attending was $91,598 (tuition plus living expenses).
Cost of Attendance (CoA) is the estimated total amount you will have to spend every year to go to school. Unlike tuition, CoA includes expenses like rent, food, and insurance.
JD graduates from University of San Diego make $102,000 (median) upon graduation if they work in the private sector. If they go into the public sector, a grad can expect to make $65,302.
57.5% of law graduates from University of San Diego go directly to work for law firms, while 1.9% clerk for a judge. 14.2% of graduates go into public interest.
81.8% of University of San Diego graduates pass the bar on their first try.
We are proud to be an integral part of the University of San Diego -- an engaged contemporary Catholic university community that is “committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community and preparing leaders who are dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service.”1 The central mission of the USD’s School of Law (“Law School”) is to cultivate and sustain a stimulating, entrepreneurial, and compassionate intellectual environment that nurtures and supports both our students’ education and training and our faculty’s scholarship. In the service of this central mission, we have educational and scholarly missions that sustain and reinforce each other. Our educational mission is to prepare our students to become outstanding attorneys and leaders who excel in the practice of law. Our scholarly mission is to make an enduring mark on our fields of study and to illuminate and enliven how we educate our students.2
We strive through our teaching, scholarship, and service activities to instill in our students the capacity for critical judgment and practical skills that they will need to thrive in their professional lives. We are committed to providing our students with a deep understanding of the legal and social theory and research skills that will inform their choices and arguments. We are dedicated to endowing our students with a full appreciation of the ethical duties and responsibilities that come with being a member of the legal profession, which will allow them to become leaders in their public lives.
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