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Who studies at Quinnipiac?

  • Students who appreciate a personal approach to teaching law
  • Students who expect a challenging, rigorous curriculum
  • Students who want to be exposed to inspiring ideas and solid skills to serve as a foundation for a rewarding career
  • Students from a broad range of ethnic, racial and geographic backgrounds with a diverse set of life experiences

Profile of the 2015 1L Class (as of Aug. 24, 2015)

Applications - 614
First-year students enrolled - 93
Women - 56%
Men - 44%
Average age - 26
Students of color - 24%
Undergraduate majors - 30
Undergraduate institutions - 69
States represented - 15
Median GPA - 3.42
Median LSAT - 152
25th - 75th GPA - 3.10 / 3.55
25th - 75th LSAT - 149 / 155
Total JD students enrolled - 267

The 69 colleges and universities represented in the 2015 1L class include:

American University (D.C.)
Assumption College (Mass.)
Boston College (Mass.)
Boston Conservatory of Music (Mass.)
Bryant University (R.I.)
California State University - Long Beach
Campbell University (N.C.)
Central Connecticut State University
College of Saint Elizabeth (N.J.)
College of the Holy Cross (M.A.)
Dillard University (La.)
Emmanuel College (Mass.)
Emory University (Ga.)
Fairfield University (Conn.)
Florida Atlantic University
Fordham University (N.Y.)
Georgia State University
Hofstra University (N.Y.)
Hood College (Md.)
John Jay College Of Criminal Justice - Cuny (N.Y.)
Johnson And Wales University (R.I.)
Lehigh University (Pa.)
Lynn University (Fla.)
Marist College (N.Y.)
Michigan State University
Middlebury College (Vt.)
Montclair State University (N.J.)
Muhlenberg College (Pa.)
Northeastern University (Mass.)
Northwestern University (Ill.)
Post University (Conn.)
Providence College (R.I.)
Quinnipiac University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (N.Y.)
Rhode Island College

Roger Williams University (R.I.)
Sacred Heart University (Conn.)
Saint Anselm College (N.H.)
Salve Regina University (R.I.)
San Francisco State University (Calif.)
Shippensburg University (Pa.)
Smith College (Mass.)
Southern Connecticut State University
Spelman College (Ga.)
Springfield College  (Mass.)
St. John's University (N.Y.)
St. Joseph's College (N.Y.)
Suffolk University (Mass.)
Suny - Stony Brook
Susquehanna University (Pa.)
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland)
Syracuse University (N.Y.)
Union College (N.Y.)
University Of Alabama
University Of California - Los Angeles
University Of California - San Diego
University Of Connecticut - Hartford
University Of Connecticut - Storrs
University Of Hartford (Conn.)
University Of Maryland
University Of Nevada - Reno
University Of New Hampshire
University Of New Haven (Conn.)
University Of Rochester (N.Y.)
Ursinus College (Pa.)
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Villanova University (Pa.)
Wesleyan University (Conn.)
Western Connecticut State University


Students from these educational institutions hold degrees in 30 different undergraduate majors including
:

American studies
Biochemistry
Biology
Biomedical engineering
Biotechnology
Business
Chemistry
Communications
Criminal justice
Drama/theatre arts
Economics
English
Family relations/child development
Finance
French

History
International business
International relations
Italian studies
Journalism
Marketing
Natural resources
Philosophy
Political science
Pre-law
Psychology
Religion
Sociology
Sport management
Women's studies                            

The states represented in the 2015 1L class include:
Alabama
Arizona
California
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

The foreign countries represented in the 2015 1L class include:
Canada

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