The Mitchell Mix
Mitchell students come from a variety of backgrounds.
You may find yourself in a health law class with a nurse practitioner or in an intellectual property class with someone who has secured patents.
Every student brings a unique perspective that enhances discussions and allows the law to be viewed from different angles, which is how it’s practiced in the real world.
Fall 2013 Entering Class
|Part time students||20%|
|* LSAT 25th–75th percentile||149–157|
|* Median LSAT||154|
|* UGPA 25th–75th percentile||3.00–3.56|
|* Median UGPA||3.33|
|Students of color||14%|
|Undergraduate institutions represented||80|
|Students holding graduate degrees||19|
|U.S. states represented||26|
|Foreign countries represented||16|
*LSAT/UGPA percentiles were calculated by the Law School Admission Council based on matriculant lists provided by William Mitchell College of Law to the ABA.
2013 Entire Student Body
|Part time students||32%|
|Students of color||15%|
|U.S. states represented||40|
|Foreign countries represented||28|
William Mitchell has a robust scholarship program that provides a collection of scholarship opportunities to a variety of students. Last year, we were able to award 100 percent of our incoming students a renewable scholarship.
Applications for admission are thoughtfully evaluated for both admission and scholarship awards. Scholarships are awarded based on a range of factors including previous academic excellence, professional experience, military service, other service and leadership experience, personal background and experiences, and interest in particular areas of the law.
Notification of a scholarship award is included in an offer of admission. All scholarships are offered for the duration of a student’s enrollment provided retention requirements are met.
More information about the retention of our scholarships can be found on the Dean of Students website.
Based on graduates who took the bar exam for the first time in July 2012.
Bar Passage Rate: 93.2%
259 of 294 of the class of 2012 who were seeking employment were employed. Thirty-two of the 294 who were seeking work (11%) were unemployed nine months after graduating from law school.
Employment Rate: 88%
The employment percentage includes graduates employed full time or part time in any capacity and does not include graduates who were not seeking employment. Detailed employment data (including the nature of employment, full time/part time breakdown, etc.) can be found on the Career and Professional Development website.
The fall 2013 entering class come from 80 undergraduate institutions in 26 U.S. states.
University of Alaska-Anchorage
University of Arkansas-Fayetteville
California State University-Fresno
California State Univ-San Bernardino
University of California-Davis
University of San Diego
University of Colorado-Boulder
Florida Atlantic University
Florida State University
University of South Florida
University of West Florida
Iowa State University
University of Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
Illinois Wesleyan University
Central Michigan University
Grand Valley State University
Michigan State University
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Bemidji State University
Bethel University – MN
College of Saint Benedict
College of Saint Scholastica
Concordia College MN
Concordia University, Saint Paul
Gustavus Adolphus College
Metropolitan State University
Minnesota State University Moorhead
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Saint Cloud State University
Saint John’s University
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
Saint Olaf College
Southwest Minnesota State University
St. Catherine University
University of Minnesota-Duluth
University of Minnesota-Minneapolis
University of Minnesota-Morris
University of Saint Thomas-MN
Winona State University
University of Southern Mississippi
Dickinson State University
North Dakota State University-Fargo
University of North Dakota-Grand Forks
University of Nebraska-Omaha
Montclair State University
Seton Hall University
University of Nevada-Reno
Columbia University-Columbia College
Dominican College of Blauvelt
University of Cincinnati
University of Oklahoma
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
South Dakota State University
George Mason University
University of Virginia
Eastern Washington University
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
University of Wisconsin – Green Bay
University of Wisconsin – La Crosse
University of Wisconsin – Madison
University of Wisconsin – Platteville
University of Wisconsin – River Falls
University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point
University of Wisconsin – Superior
Alderson Broaddus College