Introducing the most racially diverse class in the law school's 102-year history.
32 % people of color
8.9 percent Black or African American
6.8 percent Asian or Pacific Islander
5.5 percent Latinx or Hispanic
10.3 percent two or more races
Identify as women: 59%
25th percentile: 3.4
75th percentile: 3.86
30% first-generation students
(first in their families to attend college)
25th percentile: 155
75th percentile: 162
Students with advanced degrees: 14%
Day Division: 121
Evening Division: 25
Total Applications: 1455
Number Admitted: 424
Admit Rate: 29%
Students awarded scholarship aid:
Meet Members of the Incoming Class
Justin Taverna ’26
Justin Taverna enlisted in the Marine Corps and was stationed at Camp Lejeune and deployed to the Persian Gulf before he enrolled at UConn. He graduated in May 2023 with a degree in Economics and Political Science with a minor in Literary Translation.
Gabriella Trimarchi ’26
Gabriella Trimarchi graduated in May 2023 from the University of South Carolina with a BA in Criminal Justice and Criminology and Spanish, with a minor in Psychology. She is from Long Valley in rural northern New Jersey.
Allyn Wright ’27
Allyn Wright is a police detective in New Haven, Connecticut, assigned to investigate major crimes. He earned a BS in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University and an MS in Financial Crimes from the University of New Haven.