Quick Facts - Capital University Law School

Quick Facts

  • Capital University Law School, an ABA-accredited law school, was founded in 1903 as an evening law program by the YMCA and as part of a national program to assure access to a legal education by all men and women who could not afford to attend a full-time law school.

    Degree Programs
    Non-Degree Programs
    Centers and Institutes
  • Tuition for 2015-2016 

    • Full-Time: $36,060
    • Part-Time Evening: $24,040
    • Part-Time Day: $21,636
  •  Faculty 

    • Full-Time Tenure/Tenure Track: 20
    • Full-Time Non-Tenure Track (Legal Writing, Legal Clinic, Bar Studies and Academic Success Program, Visiting): 7
    • Student-to-faculty Ratio: 12.1 to 1
    • Capital’s faculty is complemented by a diverse group of adjunct faculty who are leading practitioners in their field:
      • Part-time and adjunct faculty members during Spring 2015: 35
      • Part-time and adjunct faculty members during Fall 2015: 25