Oklahoma City University School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) Council of the Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, 321 N. Clark St., 21st Floor, Chicago, IL 60654, phone: 312.988.6738, email@example.com. ABA Standard 509 requires a law school to post the following consumer information on its web site. This data was last updated September 6, 2012.
TUITION, FEES, LIVING COSTS, FINANCIAL AID
Tuition for the 2012-2013 academic year is $1,065 per credit hour. For a complete breakdown of expenses CLICK HERE.
CONDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS and REFUNDS
The School of Law’s conditional scholarships generally require the recipient to remain in the top half of the class at the end of the academic year for the scholarship to renew. The School has endowed scholarships for which the donors have specified a ranking in the top third of the class for the scholarship to renew. In either case, the ranking required for a scholarship to renew is stated in the letter to the recipient announcing the scholarship.
A student may receive a refund of tuition and fees for a course if the student drops the course by the add/drop date for the semester (or summer term). The add/drop date for a semester occurs on the second Friday following the first day of classes; the date is noted on the School’s Academic Calendar. The add/drop date for a summer term occurs on the fourth day of classes and is also noted on the School’s Academic Calendar.
ENROLLMENT DATA and ATTRITION/GRADUATION RATES
6 including the dean
Please refer to our Course Descriptions by CLICKING HERE.
To review the 2012-2013 Academic Calendar CLICK HERE.
Please refer to our Academic Handbook by CLICKING HERE
For more information on the Oklahoma City University School of Law Library, CLICK HERE.
We are awaiting guidance from the ABA’s Council on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
To view the Oklahoma City University School of Law Law Career Services employment report for the Class of 2011 CLICK HERE.
TRANSFER OF CREDIT STATEMENT
No transfer credit will be given for any course in which a student earned a grade of C- or lower. No transfer credit will be given for any ungraded course (including any course graded on a pass/fail basis or satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis). The number of credits that will be accepted for transfer is the number of credits awarded by the other school, even if a similar course at Oklahoma City University School of Law is allotted a different number of credits. The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs will determine the number of transfer hours to be credited toward the degree and may establish a time for completion of degree requirements. The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs will also determine whether specific courses taken prior to transfer will satisfy Oklahoma City University School of Law required course requirements and what, if any, additional courses must be taken to satisfy the requirements for the J.D. (2012 Academic Handbook, page 26).
*Last updated 8/31/12.