Law School at Historically Black Florida A&M University Enrolls Its Largest Entering Class

The College of Law at historically black Florida A&M University enrolled 296 students in its entering class this fall. There are 233 first-year students in the full-time day program and 63 students in the part-time program that holds classes in the evening.

This is the largest first-year class in the law school’s history. The 296 students were accepted from a pool of nearly 1,900 applicants. Forty-three percent of the first-year students are white.