Oxford Plan students typically rank in the top half of their graduating Oklahoma City University School of Law class and serve on the Law Review and moot court teams.
On average, Oxford Plan students have received $20,000 per year in scholarships to attend OKCU School of Law and retained those scholarships contingent upon maintaining good standing and full time enrollment.
OKCU School of Law had an employment rate of over 92% in 2015 and has been ranked in the top 25% of all law schools nationwide for the employment rate of its graduates.
Those who complete a JD degree earn, on average, a million dollars more over the course of their lifetime than those with only a bachelor’s degree.
OKCU School of Law offers two joint degree programs that allow for flexible career pathways: a JD/MBA and a JD/Master’s in Applied Sociology and Non-Profit Leadership.
OKCU School of Law offers the only part-time JD program in the state so students can work full-time while earning their law degree.