South Texas College of Law

South Texas College of Law ( STCL ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in United States. STCL began operations in 1923. The university has an urban campus located in Houston.

Admission and tuition fees. After providing all the documents required by the university, more than half (70 percent) of applicants successfully enter the university. But it should be borne in mind that when applying to STCL, the percentage of applicants can vary significantly depending on the popularity of the course chosen for study. The academic year is divided into two academic semesters. Although the university is a private institution, students are eligible to apply for financial aid. In addition, today the educational institution offers students the opportunity to receive education remotely. This format is also very popular among students.

The composition of the university. South Texas College of Law is a small university with approximately 2,000 students. The University actively participates in international student and teacher exchange programs with other educational institutions. The university is represented in various social. networks: Twitter , Facebook , Linkedin , from which you can learn more about teaching and student life at the university.

University infrastructure. The educational institution has its own library. The university has a developed sports infrastructure.