It was a GOOD week for University of Colorado Law School, after it reported that first-year enrollment is up 22 percent this year.The school has 205 first years, up from 168 in the class of 2014.
"We've been really working hard at communicating our value proposition and why Colorado Law is a special place to be," Dean Philip Weiser told the Boulder Daily Camera. "We are getting that story out there. That story picks up on the fact that we are really helping our students on the job front."
University of Colorado’s first year classes have been between 160 and 180 students since 2005. The school admitted the same number of students and was surprised with the high yield rate.