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Class of 2016 Profile


Age range. The median age of first-year full-time students at the Charleston School of Law is 23 years. But the school is home to first-year students who range from 21 to 43.

In-state vs. out-of-state. Forty-five percent (45%) of the school's full-time students are South Carolina residents.

Gender split. Men outnumber women in the full-time program by a 82-75 margin.

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Students in the Class of 2016 of the Charleston School of Law have scores that exceed the national median on standardized tests and college achievement.


Total Full-time applications: 1,392
Number Enrolled: 157

Total Part-time applications: 259
Number Enrolled: 24


LSAT Range: 168-143

The following chart highlights LSAT scores and grade point averages for the Class of 2016:

  Full-time Part-time
75th percentile*
154/3.41 150/3.12
150/3.17 146/2.94
25th percentile
147/2.89 143/2.71

(*75th percentile means the top 25 percent of the entering class had a score of 154 or better.)


  • Colleges and universities represented in the Class of 2016: 84 for full-time students; 16 for part-time students.
  • South Carolina residents: 45 percent of full-time class; 79 percent of part-time class.
  • Gender: 52 percent male, 48 percent female in full-time class; 75 percent male, 25 percent female in part-time class.
  • Median age: 23 in full-time class; 25 in part-time class.
  • Age range: 21-43 in full-time class; 22-34 in part-time class.

For More Information

For more information, contact the Office of Admission by email, info@CharlestonLaw.edu, or by phone, 843.377.2143.