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Hope International University 2500 East Nutwood Ave. • Fullerton, CA 92831 hiu.edu

Admission: 714-879-3901; 866-PCC-HOPE • admissions@hiu.edu Financial Aid: 714-879-3901, ext. 2683 • financialaid@hiu.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College • Christian Churches & Churches of Christ Affiliation Hope International is a Christian university in beautiful Orange County. We offer bachelor and master degrees in business, ministry, education, psychology, and more. Since 1928 our mission has been to empower students through Christian higher education to serve the church and impact the world for Christ. At Hope, we deliver a personalized and comprehensive education that focuses on development of the whole person: intellectual, spiritual, social, and physical. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class Largest UG Degree Programs

Semester System Undergrad: 914; Grad: 488 129 Human Development & Family Studies; Theology & Ministerial Studies; Business & Management; Social Science; Education Yes Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations (2) Everett Education Center in Washington State; The Orange Education Center in Orange, CA 13.5:1 Student to Faculty Ratio 72% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $25,550 Housing Policy Students must live on campus or with parents until 21 Auto Parking Available Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 11 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action/Early Decision

$40 Yes $325 No

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline None, rolling admissions Date Students Notified of Admis. When application is complete Yes Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Other Recommended/Required Courses No Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 405 to 514 Writing 390 to 504 Critical Reading 392 to 510 Combined Scores 1180 to 1516 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.17

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 2 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Graduation Rates Fall 2006 Cohort six-year rate Fall 2007 Cohort five-year rate

38.6% 36%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

93%

91%

786 440 56%

77% Other Countries 2% Other States 8%

40%

California 90%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) <1% 2.9% 7.3% 17.5%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic

1.2% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 43.3%

Application Deadline None, rolling admissions Priority Scholarship Consideration N/A Date Students Notified of Admission When app is complete Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: N/A; Max. Sem: 90 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) None

White

1% Non-Resident Alien 13.8% 12.6%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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