Texas A&M Law Partners With BarBri, Reduces Tuition by 15% and Increases Scholarships by 65%
Posted by William Byrnes on July 11, 2016
Texas A&M University School of Law is pleased to announce a partnership with the BARBRI Group that provides all incoming first-year Aggie law students the post-graduation BARBRI Bar Review course, as well as BARBRI law school materials, bar prep apps and programs while in law school. This partnership announcement comes on the heels of Texas A&M University announcing a 15.39% reduction in the public law school’s tuition, that a student’s tuition rate will remain locked-in for the three-year education, and that the university has increased the scholarship awards budget by 65% to attract the brightest candidates.
At Texas A&M Law, our commitment to student success starts with building a strong foundation of knowledge from the beginning of the law school experience. While law school is of course about much more than just passing the bar exam, to become the exceptional Aggie lawyers we prepare our students to be, they must first pass the bar exam.