College of LawClass of 2026

A group photo of the Class of 2026.

The Class of 2026 is made up of 26 students from 14 undergraduate institutions, including Florida State University, College of Coastal Georgia, the University of North Florida, and the University of Washington. Undergraduate majors include psychology, political science, business, and criminal justice.  Four students in the Class of 2026 are "Double Dolphins," meaning that they completed their undergraduate degrees from Jacksonville University prior to their admission to the College of Law.

  • Ages range from 20 to 48
  • LSAT scores range from 148 to 168
  • 3 students began the program having already completed a master's degree
  • Several incoming students had previous legal work, including legal assistantships, clerkships, and internships

Facts & Figures

Completed Applications 144
Offers of Admission 47
Enrollees from Applicant Pool      26
Acceptance Rate 32.6%
% Racially and Ethnically Diverse          15.4%
% Identified as Female 50%
% Out of State 19.2%
# Double Dolphin 4
LSAT Score (75th Percentile) 156.25
LSAT Score (Median) 153
LSAT Score (25th Percentile) 151
GPA (75th Percentile) 3.6
GPA (Median) 3.43
GPA (25th Percentile) 3.13
Scholarships Awarded 100%


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The Class of 2026 taking the Oath of Professionalism
Thomas Ross

“I ultimately chose JU Law because I knew I would have access to the vast network of student support that JU is known for – small class sizes, personal attention and relationships with professors, and a culture of working together for success.”

Thomas RossJ.D. Candidate, Class of 2026