Admissions Profile for the 2014 Entering Class*

- Interesting Facts About the 2014 Entering Class -

  Full-time Division Part-time Evening Division
Number Applied 4723 463
Number Enrolled 357 73
Enrolled Students Full and Part-time Enrolled Students
Combined Median GPA/LSAT
3.37/156
Median GPA
25th and 75th Percentile GPA
3.32
3.14/3.54
3.33
2.98/3.50
Median LSAT
25th and 75th Percentile LSAT
156
152/159
154
151/157
Average Age 24 28

Minority Representation
42% overall
Asian/Pacific Islander 60
Black/African American 39
Native American 6
Hispanic/Latino 75
Gender Distribution 59% Women / 41% Men
Colleges and Universities Represented

211 Undergraduate Institutions overall
Schools with the most representation include:

American.; Boston Univ.; College of Charleston; College of William & Mary; Depaul.; Emory; Florida Atlantic.; Florida International.; George Mason.; George Washington.; Georgetown.; James Madison.; NYU; Pennsylvania State.; Rutgers.; Seton Hall.; Southern Methodist.; SUNY at Albany; Syracuse.; Tufts; Tulane.; Univ. of Texas-Austin; Univ. of Alabama; Univ. of Arizona; UCLA, UC-Riverside,
UC-Santa Barbara; Univ. of Colorado-Boulder; Univ. of Connecticut; Univ. of Florida;
Univ. of Illinois-Urbana; Univ. of Iowa; Univ. of Maryland-College Park; Univ. of Michigan- Ann Arbor;
Univ. of Mississippi; UNC-Chapel Hill; Univ. of Pittsburgh; Univ. of South Carolina-Columbia;
Univ. of South Florida; Univ. of Southern California; Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville; Univ. of Virginia;
Univ. of Washington; VCU; and Wake Forest

Geographic Areas Represented
41 states; District of Columbia; Virgin Islands; and international students (F-1 visa) from Canada; China; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Germany; Indonesia; Morocco; Saudi Arabia; South Korea; Turkey and United Kingdom
(This data is valid as of September3, 2014)


Interesting Facts About The 2014 Entering Class of
American University Washington College of Law

    They Contribute a Variety of Experiences Including:

    • 52 have worked on Capitol Hill
    • 45 have graduate degrees
    • 11 were AmeriCorps Volunteers
    • 4 were Peace Corps Volunteers
    • 51% of the incoming class speaks a foreign language
    • 79 were born abroad
    • 138 studied abroad in more than 57 countries
    • 50 worked abroad in more than 32 foreign countries

    They were born in 49 foreign countries:

    • Argentina
    • Belize
    • Bolivia
    • Canada
    • Chile
    • China
    • Colombia
    • Costa Rica
    • Côte d'Ivoire
    • Dominican Republic
    • Ecuador
    • France
    • Germany
    • Ghana
    • Haiti
    • Honduras
    • India
    • Indonesia
    • Iran
    • Iraq
    • Norway
    • Pakistan
    • Paraguay
    • Peru
    • Philippines
    • Romania
    • Russia
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Serbia
    • South Korea
    • Spain
    • Sri Lanka
    • Sudan
    • Ukraine
    • United Kingdom
    • Uruguay
    • Venezuela
    • Vietnam
    • Zimbabwe

    They speak 44 foreign languages including:

    • Arabic
    • Armenian
    • Cantonese
    • Croatian
    • Dari
    • Farsi
    • Finnish
    • French
    • German
    • Greek
    • Gujarati
    • Haitian Creole
    • Hebrew
    • Hindi
    • Indonesian
    • Italian
    • Japanese
    • Khmer
    • Kinaray-a
    • Korean
    • Lithuanian
    • Mandarin
    • Nepali
    • Norwegian
    • Kapampangan
    • Polish
    • Portuguese
    • Punjabi
    • Romanian
    • Russian
    • Serbian
    • Serere
    • Somali
    • Spanish
    • Tagalog
    • Telugu
    • Tibetan
    • Turkish
    • Twi
    • Ukrainian
    • Urdu
    • Vietnamese
    • Wolof
    • Zulu

    They Pursued An Array of Occupations Including:

    • Service members in the Air Force, Army, and Marine Corps
    • Patent Examiner, U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
    • Specialist, National Human Trafficking Resource Center
    • Sound Engineer, Sunnyvale Community Theater
    • Intelligence Officer, U.S. Department of Defense
    • Real Estate Agent
    • Program Assistant, The Carter Center
    • Production Assistant, MTV Networks
    • Mortgage Banker
    • Action Officer, National Counterterrorism Center
    • Policy Intern, Project on Middle East Diplomacy
    • Radio Disc Jockey
    • Intern, Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota
    • Intern, Office of California Attorney General
    • Grant Writer, Virginia Symphony
    • Founding Member, Council of Young African Leaders
    • Field Manager, Environment America
    • Entertainment Coordinator, Give Kids the World
    • Figure Skating Coach
    • Entrepreneurship & Innovation Officer, United Nations Foundation
    • Elementary Science Teacher, Teach for America
    • Cybersecurity Analyst
    • Documentary Director
    • Commissioned Artist
    • Refugee Rights Intern, East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
    • Case Worker, Brighter Futures, Australia
    • Project Manager, Network of European Museum Organizations, Germany
    • Intern, Norwegian Refugee Council, Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • International Human Rights Observer, Witness for Peace, Honduras