Wake Forest University School of Law Winston-Salem , NC 4.11 , 155

About Wake Forest University School of Law

institution type
Type of Institution
4 yr
Private not-for-profit
institution tuition
Tuition Range
Over $35K
student to faculty ratio
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
11:1
financial aid percent
Financial Aid Percent
48%
graduate rate
Graduation Rate
88%
accreditation status
Accreditation Status
Accredited

Why Consider Wake Forest University School of Law?

Wake Forest University School of Law is a Four or more years, Private not-for-profit, located in a Winston-Salem setting in Winston-Salem,NC They offer the following awards: Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice, Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

General Information

  • Special Learning Opportunities: Undergrad Distance, Grad Distance

  • Credit Accepted: Dual credit, Advanced placement(AP) credits

  • Carnegie Classification: Research Universities (high research activity)

  • Religious Affiliation: Not applicable

Faculty And Graduate Assistants By Primary Function Full-Time Part-Time
Total Faculty 5997 780
 Instructional 0 0
 Research and public service 0 -
Total Graduate Assistants - -
 Instructional 600 -
 Research 6 -

Student Services

  • ROTC Services

  • Study Abroad Services

  • Remedial Services

  • Academic Career Counseling Services

  • Employment Services for Students

  • Placement Services Completers

  • Library Services

Services and Programs for Service Members and Veterans

  • Yellow Ribbon Program (officially known as Post-9/11 Gl Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program)

  • Remedial Services

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Enrollment, Attendance, Retention Rates and Graduation

Wake Forest University has a total graduate enrollment of 3,014
Graduate attendance rate of 14% part-time and 86% full-time
For the years 2016-2017 Wake Forest University awarded: 1137 bachelor's degree, 899 master's degree, 293 doctor's degree - professional practice, 64 doctor's degree - research/scholarship
Financial Aid

9%

Receiving Pell Grants

48%

Receiving Grant or Scholarship Aid

24%

Receiving Student Loans

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