Now learn how these numbers add up to your success
Average class size: 14
Class sizes are intentionally small to foster critical thinking and dialog. As a result, you’ll learn in a collaborative environment where students help one another and professors are invested in your success.
Average tuition for current 1Ls: $19,000/year
Tuition at Concordia Law is already $13,000 below the national average for private law schools. Add to that yearly merit-based scholarships that range from $3,000 to $14,000. A guaranteed service grant of $5,000 per year. Plus Scholarship Society Awards of up to $1,500. It all adds up to affordability – giving you all the benefits of a small, private university at cost that's comparable with state schools.
Students who provide pro bono service: 100%
Concordia Law students hone their skills – and make an appreciable difference – throughout the Boise community. A sampling of pro bono clients includes the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, Idaho Legal Aid, the ACLU, and the Idaho Innocence Project. Here, learning extends well beyond the classroom.
Students who receive merit and/or financial aid awards: 100%
Our goal is to help you graduate with a meaningful, practice-ready degree – not a mountain of debt. That's why our scholarships automatically renew each year for students who remain in good academic standing. And unlike most law schools, scholarships here are guaranteed, not based on GPA or class ranking.
Boise's Top 10 national rankings: too many to count!
With its affordable living, approachable culture, and dynamic legal hub, the city of Boise is a wonderful place to live – and a wonderful place to attend law school. But don't take our word for it. Here is a sampling of some of our rankings in national publications and websites:
#1 city to move to in the US
-- Simple Moving Labor
#1 best cities for men
-- Men's Health
#2 cities for raising a family
-- Forbes Magazine
#2 up and coming towns for college grads
-- CBS News Moneywatch
#4 top downtowns in America
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