Graphic: Masthead showing state seals for Oklahoma and Kansas.

In-State Tuition for Oklahoma Residents

When choosing a law school, it's important to select one that offers you hands-on training — one that will help you achieve success in life and in your future law career. You may also be comparing the cost of a law degree with the quality of education provided by the institution and its faculty. With our in-state tuition for Oklahoma residents you can make a wise financial decision by choosing Washburn Law.

Graphic: 7.1 to 1 student-faculty ratio.
Student-to-faculty ratio

Graphic: All law students have and externship or clinic experience.
of students can get law
practice experience
through an externship
or the Washburn Law Clinic.

Graphic: about 75% of entering students receive scholarships.
Approximate percent of
entering first-year class
receiving scholarship
awards; 30% of entering
students receive nearly
full resident tuition
scholarships, or more!

Graphic: Kansas is a Uniform Bar Exam state.
Washburn Law is in one of
33 jurisdictions that have
adopted the transferable
Uniform Bar Exam.

Graphic: Bar graphic comparing national average and Washburn Law student class of 2017 debt.
Washburn Law graduates have
Graphic: Washburn Law class of 2017 graduates have 32.4% less debt than national law school average.
less debt upon graduation than the national average for law schools.
*Class of 2017

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Why Attend Washburn Law?

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Image: Map of location of Kansas and Oklahoma.

Oklahoma residents qualify for resident tuition at Washburn Law.

Currently, the resident tuition at Washburn Law for the 2018-2019 academic year is only $22,359.

Graphic: Greetings from Topeka, Kansas (courtesy muralist Jennifer Bohlander).

(Image courtesy muralist Jennifer Bohlander.)

Photograph: Austin Stephenson.

Austin Stephenson, '17
Ponca City, Oklahoma

"Although it was out of state, Washburn Law was one of the top law schools on my list. But the in-state tuition for Oklahoma residents was the main reason I was able to afford a Washburn Law education."