Wayne State University

Incoming class profile

Group photo of incoming class - fall 2016

Class of 2019

Applicants: 684
Admits: 360
Percent admitted: 53%

Class composition for fall 2016 class:

Enrolled: 138

Academic information (in percentiles):

LSAT - 159
GPA - 3.67

LSAT - 157
GPA - 3.45

LSAT - 153
GPA - 3.31

Female: 41 percent
Male: 59 percent

Age range: 21-42

Minorities: 17%

Michigan residents: 128
Non-Michigan residents: 10

Program breakdown:

Day program students: 110

Combined program students: 13

Evening program students: 15

Undergraduate schools represented: 36

Adrian College, Albion College, Boise State University, Bryn Mawr College, Central Michigan University, Clark University, College of Idaho, Eastern Michigan University, Grand Valley State University, Grinnell College, Hope College, Howard University, Madonna University, Mars Hill University, Michigan State University, Michigan Technological University, Morehouse College, New York University School of Professional Studies, Northwestern University, Northwood University, Oakland University, Prescott College, State University of New York at Fredonia, University of California-Los Angeles, University of Cincinnati, University of Detroit Mercy, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, University of Michigan-Dearborn, University of Michigan-Flint, University of Notre Dame, University of Oregon, University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg, University of Windsor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wayne State University, Western Michigan University

Undergraduate majors pursued: 45

Accounting; aerospace and aeronautical; African-American studies; anthropology; bio/biomedical; biology, specialization; business administration; business management; business management/administration; business/commerce – other; chemical engineering; chemistry, general; chemistry, specialization; civil engineering; classics; communications; criminal justice; criminology; economics; electrical engineering; English; environmental sciences; finance; German; history; hospital/health care administration; humanities – other; industrial engineering; international relations; international studies; journalism; liberal arts; literature; marketing; mechanical engineering; nursing; philosophy; policy studies; political science; pre-law; psychology; public affairs/services/administration; secondary education; social work; sociology

Graduate degrees: M.A., M.S., Ph.D.

These numbers are accurate as of Aug. 22, 2016, the first day of classes of the fall 2016 semester for first-year students. They may differ slightly from subsequent data published by the American Bar Association because of the fact that ABA data is based on an Oct. 5, 2016, law school census date. Updated numbers reported to the ABA can be found at law.wayne.edu/disclosures.

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