Earn your undergrad and law degrees in just six years
"With its mission of preparing leaders to transform society for the better, Concordia University School of Law is a great partner fit for Boise State students and graduates."
-- Tony Roark, Dean, Boise State College of Arts and Sciences
New 3+3 agreement puts Boise State undergrads on the fast track to a law degree.
Through a special agreement between Boise State and Concordia University School of Law, students can now sign up for the 3+3 Law Degree Program. This accelerated educational track reduces costs on everything from tuition, books, and housing to other living expenses. And by shaving an entire year off the process, you can start your career and begin earning that much sooner.
Boise State students who meet certain criteria automatically pre-qualify for admission to Concordia Law.
Take advantage of a special 20% alumni discount
Boise State graduates now receive a 20% alumni discount on tuition when they enroll at the Concordia University School of Law. So whether you're a freshman signing up for 3+3, a junior or senior planning to go to law school, or have already graduated, as a Boise State alumnus, you can receive a 20% discount when attending Concordia University School of Law.
Why Concordia Law?
Backed by a century of service-based leadership, Concordia University School of Law is a new law school for a new breed of lawyer. Mentorships, externships, and pro bono opportunities make students practice-ready and community minded. Small classes foster critical thinking and dialogue. And tuition that’s $13,000 below the national average for private law schools puts a legal education within reach. All right here in the heart of Idaho’s legal hub, so you can earn your law degree without leaving Boise.
For more information about this innovative partnership, please contact Dr. John J. McGuire, Student Support Coordinator, at Boise State University or contact the Office of Admission at Concordia University School of Law.