Incoming Class Profile
The UNM School of Law student body is a diverse group. While the majority are New Mexico residents, their undergraduate backgrounds represent a mix of state and private schools throughout the United States. While each incoming class has a wide range of baccalaureate experiences and majors, this year’s most popular undergraduate majors included: biology, business administration, communications, criminal justice/criminology, economics, English, health professions, history, liberal arts, linguistics, music, philosophy, political science, psychology, and sociology.
This year, approximately 15% of incoming first-year students hold graduate-level degrees in a wide range of specialty areas, including: anthropology, biology, business administration, education, fine arts, forensic psychology, history, journalism, liberal arts, linguistics, music, philosophy, Spanish, and speech-pathology.
Fall 2021 Incoming Class Statistics
- Number of complete applications: 574
- Entering class: 110
- First-year class size average: 22
- First-year class size range: 18 to 36
- 75th percentile LSAT: 159
- 25th percentile LSAT: 152
- Median LSAT: 156
- 75th percentile GPA: 3.83
- 25th percentile GPA: 3.37
- Median GPA: 3.61
- Colleges and universities represented: 49
- States represented: 14
- Majors represented: 40
- Percent Female: 55%
- Percent Minority: 50%
- Median age: 26
- Age range: 21 to 49
Disclaimer: Please note that entering class statistics will not be considered final until October 5, 2021. For more detailed statistical information on our recent incoming and graduating classes, please refer to our ABA Standard 509 Disclosures.