Texas Law School 2012/2013 Stats

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Law School Number of Applicants for Fall 2012 Entering Class Number of Applicants for Fall 2011 Entering Class Percent Change Number of 2012 Full-Time Entering Students (Part-Time Students) Number of 2011 Full-Time Entering Students (Part-Time Students) Percent Change (Part Time) 2012-2013 Full-Time Entering Students'Tuition and Fees (Nonresident) 2011-2012 Full-Time Entering Students' Tuition and Fees (Nonresident) Percent Change (Nonresident)
Baylor University School of Law* 4,611 5,257 -12.3% 142 142 0 $46,420 $43,573 6.5
St. Mary's University School of Law* 1,691 1,635 3.4% 206 (42) 215 (48) -4.2 (-12.5) $30,566 $29,406 3.9
South Texas College of Law* 2,143 2,307 -7.1% 343 (66) 358 (66) -4.2 (0) $27,000 $26,250 2.9
Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law* 2,370 2,825 -16.1% 154 (64) 158 (73) -2.5 (-12.3) $44,017 $42,057 4.7
Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law 1,863 1,911 -2.5% 192 219 -12.3 $16,446 ($21,396) $16,262 ($21,212) 1.1 (0.9)
Texas Tech University School of Law 1,686 1,420 18.7% 232** 236 -1.7 $22,518 ($32,148) $22,190 ($30,680) 1.5 (4.8)
Texas Wesleyan University School of Law* 1,808 1,915 -5.6% 184 (76) 163 (73) 12.9 (4.1) $30,580 $28,790 6.2
University of Houston Law Center 3,059 3,357 -8.9% 184 (31)** 199 (53) -7.5 (-41.5) $29,820 ($39,771)*** $28,130 ($38,805) 6.0 (2.5)
University of Texas School of Law N/A 4,759 N/A N/A 370 N/A $33.162 ($49,244) $32,010 ($47,532) 3.6 (3.6)
* Private law school.
** Number is estimated.
*** Annual tuition for entering students increased because the school added one credit hour plus applicable fees to the first-year curriculum. Previously, that credit hour was taken in the second or third year.
N/A = not available.
Source: the law schools.
Texas Lawyer, September 2012

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