Southwestern Law School: Crime, Costs and Closures

Institution educational statistics compiled from federal government data from the National Center for Education Statistics as of 2018.

Southwestern Law School
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Crime: 0.33 /year
Earn after 6 yr: $75,100.00

Institution Details

Type: Private nonprofit, 4-year or above
Number of Branches: 1
Male Students: 335
Female Students: 449
Total Students: 784
Age at entry: 29.55
Graduate students: 784
Median Household Income: $74,660.77
Poverty Rate: 8.86%
Unemployment Rate: 3.78%

Crime on Campus

College crime statistics for Southwestern Law School are compiled courtesy of the Clercy Act, and the US Department of Education. This data is required to be submitted by all institutions that accept federal financial aid, so if a college does not accept federal aid, these numbers may not be accurate.

Average of 2015-16-17: 0.33 /year
Assaults: 0
Murders: 0
Rapes: 0.33
Burglaries: 0
Robberies: 0
Arson: 0
Negligent Manslaughter: 0
Fondling: 0
Motor Vehicle Theft: 0
Booze: 0
Drugs: 0
Weapons: 0


Expenditures Per Student: $15,992.00
Revenue per student: $39,542.00
Student Earnings after Graduation
Mean earnings of students working and not enrolled years after graduation.
6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 Years after Graduation $0 $0 $100,000 $100,000 $200,000 $200,000 Earnings
Default or Declined
Two year default rate: 1.4%
Three year default rate: 0.2%
Grant, Loan, Debt


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