GraduatePrograms.com, a resource for prospective graduate students, aimed at providing an honest and candid look at graduate programs across the country, has released its Spring 2015 Law School Rankings.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law ranked number 13 out of 50 among the nation’s graduate programs which puts TJSL above Georgetown University, The Ohio State University and University of San Diego.
According to GraduatePrograms.com, the program ratings used to calculate the rankings are based on a comprehensive assessment by alumni and current students across fifteen categories including student diversity, academic competitiveness, career support, education quality and faculty accessibility and support.
Over 70,000 alumni and students participated, from over 1,600 graduate programs, using data gathered between September 1, 2012 and March 31, 2015.
GraduatePrograms.com states, “We don’t just offer answers from administrators–though their feedback is invaluable–we go straight to the students who have gone before you so that you can make informed choices based on true experiences. For a prospective graduate student, Graduateprograms.com is a great resource where you can hear what your peers have to say about their grad school experience.”
In May of last year, Thomas Jefferson School of Law earned another honor and was ranked as the number one undervalued law school according to Paul Caron of Pepperdine University School of Law.