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INTRODUCTION 

The U.S. Congress chartered Howard University, a coeducational private institution in Washington, D.C., in 1867. Howard is a historically black institution that offers an educational experience of exceptional quality to students with high academic potential. Particular emphasis is placed on providing educational opportunities for promising African Americans and other minority students. The university has a diverse student body and faculty. The main campus of Howard University is located in northwest Washington, with the law school on a separate campus approximately fifteen minutes away.

OVERALL STATISTICS -2016

Overall Statistics – 2016

TUITION INFORMATION 

Fees 
Living Costs 
Financial Aid 

MERIT, PERFORMANCE AND NEED BASED SCHOLARSHIPS

2015-Merit, Performance and Need Based Scholarships

ENROLLMENT DATA 

Enrollment Date 

Attrition

FACULTY 

Full-Time Faculty 
Adjunct Faculty 
Staff/Administrators 

CURRICULUM 

Curricular Offerings 
Academic Calendar 
Academic Requirements

  • Juris Doctor Degree Program and Honors Requirements 
  • JD/MBA 
  • LL.M. Course of Study

Credit for Courses Taken at Other Law Schools

STUDY ABROAD

 South Africa Program 

LIBRARY RESOURCES 

Law Library web site 

FACILITIES 

Housing Information 
Technology Labs 

EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES 

Employment Placement Statistics 

POLICIES & PROCEDURES 

Policies & Procedures 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

Student Organizations 
Student Publications 


Howard University School of Law is accredited by the American Bar Association’s Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.

Contact the ABA Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar at
321 N. Clark Street, 21st Floor,
Chicago, IL 60654

or call (312) 988-6738 for questions about the accreditation of Howard University School of Law.