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INDEPENDENT CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

Independent California Colleges and Universities

Guide 2013-14 44th Edition


INDEPENDENT CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

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The Guide is available in a searchable format at aiccu. edu.You can search using various criteria, including: school name, location, and major, etc.

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Affordable 2013-14 Personal Attainable Student-to-Faculty Ratio

86% of students receive financial aid

(averages 12:1 at aiccu schools)

(percent of students receiving aid by type)

Cal Grants

23%

Pell Grants

33%

Federal Student Loans University Grants

62% 80%

CaliforniaColleges.edu offers information about the independent, nonprofit colleges and universities in California; and includes comparable information about the public systems, too. It offers users a course planner, career exploration tools, and valuable financial aid information.

Learn in a diverse community (undergraduate student diversity)

1%

American Indian/Alaska Native

12%

Asian

6%

Black/African American

16% 1%

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

43%

White

8%

Non-Resident Alien

10% 4%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

UCAN-network.org UCAN provides consumer friendly information about independent colleges for counselors, students, and parents. The UCAN logo appears on the profile pages of participating AICCU colleges and universities.

Graduate in four years

(percentage of students who graduate in 4 & 6 years)

aiccu Schools comparable to UC AICCU 68%

78%

Univ. of 79% Calif. 56%

aiccu Schools comparable to CSU % AICCU 40%

53%

Calif. State Univ.

48%

16% 4 years 6 years

Students at independent co

4 years

6 years

4 years 6 years

4 years 6 years

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AT AICCU CAMPUSES: • All applications are personally reviewed • Classes are smaller—generally taught by professors, instead of teaching assistants • Students receive personal attention to help them succeed in college and life

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INDEPENDENT CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

President’s Letter Dear Guidance Counselors, Students, and Parents: I am pleased to make available the 44th Edition of the Guide to Independent California Colleges. The Guide is produced annually by the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU) and distributed to counselors throughout the state for use in advising students and their families about educational options at AICCU Colleges and universities. The Guide is also available in PDF format at AICCU.edu. In addition, CaliforniaColleges.edu has information for families to help plan, prepare, and pay for college. California’s higher education institutions are among the most desirable in the world. High quality affordable education is available at California’s private nonprofit institutions. AICCU’s seventy-five institutions include: world-famous research; traditional liberal arts; faith-based; performing and visual arts colleges and universities. Also available are professional schools that specialize in business, law, medicine, and other unique areas of study. With more than 500 majors, AICCU schools provide world-class education by some of the best teachers, scientists, artists, and authors in the country. AICCU Schools are: • AFFORDABLE: Over 86% of our students have college costs reduced through student aid. • ACCESSIBLE: Our students receive over $1.4 billion in student financial aid each year. • COMMITTED TO STUDENTS: Our schools average one faculty member for every twelve students. • DIVERSE: Our students are of many ethnic and/or racial backgrounds. • SUCCESSFUL: The majority of our students graduate in four years. Selecting the right college is one of the most important decisions a student will make. The Guide contains valuable information to be used in researching the options that are available at AICCU’s private nonprofit institutions. Students should explore their choices by visiting institutions’ websites to identify the schools that best fit their interests and requirements—including location, size, campus characteristics, available programs, and cost. After narrowing their search, they need to be encouraged to take campus tours, talk to students and faculty, read campus newspapers, eat in the dining halls, and spend a night in the dorms. Within the AICCU colleges and universities, there is a school that is just right for each student! Sincerely, Kristen F. Soares President

1100 ELEVENTH STREET, SUITE 10 | SACRAMENTO, CA 95814 | 916.446.7626 | AICCU.EDU


AICCU Colleges & Universities — by Region 1. Northern California – 1 campus Simpson University

California

Redding _________________

2. S.F. Bay Area – 20 campuses

California College of the Arts* California Institute of Integral Studies Dominican University of California* Golden Gate University* Holy Names University Menlo College Mills College Notre Dame de Namur University* Pacific Union College* Palo Alto University* Saint Mary’s College of California* Samuel Merritt University* San Francisco Art Institute San Francisco Conservatory of Music Santa Clara University* Saybrook University Sofia University Stanford University Touro University California University of San Francisco*

home to over

75

San Francisco San Francisco San Rafael San Francisco Oakland Atherton Oakland Belmont Angwin Palo Alto Moraga Oakland San Francisco San Francisco Santa Clara San Francisco Santa Clara Stanford Vallejo San Francisco

private non-profit colleges and universities with more than

210

campus locations statewide

3. Central Valley – 4 campuses

Fresno Pacific University* Humphreys College* University of the Pacific* William Jessup University*

Fresno Stockton Stockton Rocklin

4. Central Coast – 4 campuses

California Lutheran University* Fielding Graduate University Thomas Aquinas College Westmont College

Thousand Oaks Santa Barbara Santa Paula Santa Barbara

5. Los Angeles/Kern – 30 campuses

American Jewish University Bel Air Los Angeles Antioch University Los Angeles Pasadena Art Center College of Design Azusa Azusa Pacific University* La Mirada Biola University Pasadena California Institute of Technology Valencia California Institute of the Arts Los Angeles Chicago School of Prof. Psychology Claremont Claremont Graduate University Claremont Claremont McKenna College Claremont Harvey Mudd College Claremont Keck Graduate University Los Angeles Loyola Marymount University Rancho Palos Verdes Marymount California University* Santa Clarita Master’s College, The Los Angeles Mount St. Mary’s College* Los Angeles Occidental College Los Angeles Otis College of Art and Design* Pasadena Pacific Oaks College* Malibu Pepperdine University Chatsworth Phillips Graduate Institute Claremont Pitzer College Claremont Pomona College Claremont Scripps College Southern California University of Health Sciences Whittier La Verne University of La Verne* Los Angeles University of Southern California* Pomona Western University of Health Sciences Whittier Whittier College Burbank Woodbury University*

6. Orange – 7 campuses

Brandman University* Chapman University Concordia University Irvine Hope International University* Laguna College of Art & Design* Soka University Vanguard University

Irvine Orange Irvine Fullerton Laguna Beach Aliso Viejo Costa Mesa

7. Riverside/San Bernardino – 4 campuses

California Baptist University La Sierra University Loma Linda University University of Redlands

Riverside Riverside Loma Linda Redlands

8. San Diego/Imperial – 5 campuses

Alliant International University* National University* Point Loma Nazarene University* San Diego Christian College* University of San Diego

San Diego La Jolla San Diego El Cajon San Diego

*See website for additional campus locations.

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Table of Contents Colleges and Universities Alliant International University American Jewish University Antioch University Los Angeles Art Center College of Design Azusa Pacific University Biola University Brandman University California Baptist University California College of the Arts California Institute of Integral Studies California Institute of Technology California Institute of the Arts California Lutheran University Chapman University Claremont McKenna College Concordia University Irvine Dominican University of California Fresno Pacific University Golden Gate University Harvey Mudd College Holy Names University Hope International University Humphreys College La Sierra University Laguna College of Art & Design Loma Linda University Loyola Marymount University Marymount California University Master’s College, The Menlo College Mills College Mount St. Mary’s College National University Notre Dame de Namur University Occidental College Otis College of Art and Design Pacific Oaks College Pacific Union College Palo Alto University Pepperdine University Pitzer College Point Loma Nazarene University Pomona College Saint Mary’s College of California Samuel Merritt University San Diego Christian College San Francisco Art Institute San Francisco Conservatory of Music

Colleges and Universities – continued 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

Santa Clara University Scripps College Simpson University Sofia University Soka University Stanford University Thomas Aquinas College University of La Verne University of Redlands University of San Diego University of San Francisco University of Southern California University of the Pacific Vanguard University Westmont College Whittier College William Jessup University Woodbury University

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Graduate/Professional Schools Chicago School of Professional Psychology Claremont Graduate University Fielding Graduate University Keck Graduate Institute Phillips Graduate University Saybrook University Southern California University of Health Sciences Touro University California Western University of Health Sciences

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International Affiliates—Mexico CETYS University System, Mexicali, Baja Calif Universidad Anáhuac Mayab, Merida Universidad Anáhuac Mexico Norte Universidad Anáhuac Mexico Sur, Mexico City Universidad Anáhuac Xalapa, Xalapa Universidad Autonoma De Aquascalientes Universidad del Pedregal, Tialpan, Mexico City

75 76 77 78 79 80 81

Reference Information Miscellaneous Academic Programs Programs Offered by Institutions

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Alliant International University 10455 Pomerado Rd. • San Diego, CA 92131 alliant.edu

Admission: 858-635-4772; 866-U-ALLIANT • admissions@alliant.edu Financial Aid: 858-635-4559 • finaid@alliant.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive College Alliant enrolls freshmen and transfer students at the San Diego & Mexico City campuses and streamlines their way to undergraduate degrees, advanced degrees, and professional careers. Alliant’s mission is to prepare students for professional careers of service and leadership, and promote the discovery and application of knowledge to improve the lives of people around the world. In Fall 2013 Alliant opened a satellite campus in National City. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 139; Grad: 1,001 Number of Students in San Diego Average Size of Entering Class 60 Largest UG Degree Programs Psychology; Business Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations (7) Fresno, Irvine, Los Angeles, Mexico City, National City, Sacramento, San Francisco Student to Faculty Ratio 10:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores N/A Tuition (w/o financial aid) $639 per unit See website Campus Housing Policy Auto Regulations/Parking Permit required Extracurricular 12 Student Organizations

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall, Spring, & Summer Entry: Rolling Date Students Notified of Admission Fall, Spring, & Summer: Rolling Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes, but not required Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class N/A 2.8 Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of incoming freshmen A limited number of freshmen were admitted in 2012-13

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

Freshmen Graduation Rates Entering Students who graduate within four years Entering Students who graduate within five years

Other States 12%

34%

California 47%

20% 0%

Federal Grants

42% 58%

Incoming Class Geographical Profile

Entering Students Receiving Financial Aid 27%

$65 Yes $100 No

Other Countries 39%

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Diversity (All Undergraduates) 0% American Indian/Alaska Native 3%

Asian

7%

Black/African American

25%

Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 30%

White

28% 5% 2%

Non-resident Alien

Application Deadline Rolling Priority Scholarship Consideration: Mar. 2 Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Sem: 90 Maximum Transfer Units Accepted Minimum Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 2.0 Minimum College GPA Accept IGETC and CSUGE Breadth Yes, see website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) 27

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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American Jewish University 15600 Mulholland Dr. • Bel Air, CA 90077 ajula.edu

Admission: 310-440-1247 • admissions@ajula.edu Financial Aid: 310-476-9777 ext. 252 • finaid@ajula.edu

Coed • Four-year • Traditional Liberal Arts University • Jewish Affiliation At AJU you’ll embark upon a journey that will take you beyond the typical college experience. You’ll be given the freedom to grow and the guidance that you deserve.You’ll develop your voice, both inside and outside of the classroom.You’ll create enduring friendships and relationships, all within a community-oriented environment. We believe that learning is an intellectual and inspirational endeavor, one that can and should be pursued by individuals from all walks of life. Campus Information

Admission Information

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

Semester System Undergrad: 129; Grad: 132 45 Business; Jewish Studies; Literature,Communication & Media; Bioethics & Natural Sciences; Political Science No Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 7:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores N/A $26,784 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Campus Housing Policy Freshmen & Sophomore students under 21 must live on-campus Auto Regs/Parking Free Extracurricular Student Organizations: 12

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid None Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Merit-based; Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 50%

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Graduation Rates

Other States 7% Other Countries 8%

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

2%

American Indian/Alaska Native

2%

Asian Black/African American

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted

Fall: May 31; Spring: Nov. 30 Rolling Fall and Spring: Rolling No Yes Min. Sem: None Max. Sem: 70 (no Max for 4-yr) Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 50 (15 in major) Accept IGETC and CSUGE Breadth No, see website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) No

Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 47% 5%

White Non-Resident Alien

37%

California 85%

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates)

4%

42% 58%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

42%

0%

3%

28 27 96%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

25%

Federal Grants

Fall: May 31; Spring: Nov. 30 Fall: Rolling; Spring: Rolling Yes 500 to 570 500 to 560 490 to 520 1530 to 1610 3.11

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information

$35 Need based $250 No

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

0% Two or More Races

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Antioch University Los Angeles 400 Corporate Pointe • Culver City, CA 90230 antiochla.edu

Admission: 310-578-1080 ext.100 • admissions@antioch.edu Financial Aid: 310-578-1080 ext. 410/419 • financialaid.aula@antioch.edu

Coed • Regionally Accredited • Nonprofit • Progressive University Antioch University Los Angeles provides rigorous, progressive education that prepares students for the complexities of today’s diverse and interactive world. AULA combines dynamic scholarship, experiential learning, and reflective practice in an environment that encourages creative endeavor to foster personal growth, collective responsibility, global citizenship, and socially conscious leadership. The result is students ready to make a difference. Admission Information

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

Quarter System Undergrad: 204; Grad: 700 See website Addictive Studies; Business & Social Entrepreneurship; Child Studies; Psychology; Creative Writing; Liberal Studies; Urban Community & Environment; LGBT/Queer Studies Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations None See website Student to Faculty Ratio Tuition (w/o financial aid) Varies by program, see website Automobile Parking $95 Extracurricular Organizations: Black Student Union; Student Action Network; Two Hawks Quarterly; AULA Radio/TV

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid See website Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Form 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

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

$60 Yes $200 Yes

Procedures & Standards—Entering Students Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Other Recommended/Required Courses Middle 50% SAT Range for Entering Class Average GPA of Entering Class

Varies, see website Varies, see website Yes/No Varies, see website N/A Varies, see website

Profile of Entering Students Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Varies by program Varies by program Varies by program

Entering Students Graduation Rates Varies by program. Antioch is a four-year undergrad school with mostly graduate programs that are two to three-year programs.

Percent of Entering Students Receiving Financial Aid

Entering Students Geographical Profile

51%

6%

6%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Other Countries 1%

9% Institutional Grants

California 90%

Other States 9% Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 3% 12% 8%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 52% 1% 6%

White Non-Resident Alien

Fall: Aug. 17; Winter: Nov. 15; Spring: Feb. 14; Summer: May 16 Priority Scholarship Consideration See website Date Students Notified of Admission See website Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 20; Max. Sem: See website Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Varies, see website Minimum College GPA See website Accept IGETC and CSUGE Breadth See website CA Community Coll. Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) See website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

0% Two or More Races

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Art Center College of Design 1700 Lida St. • Pasadena, California 91103-1924 artcenter.edu

Admission: 626-396-2373 • admissions@artcenter.edu Financial Aid: 626-396-2215 • finaid@artcenter.edu

Coed • Four-year • Specialized College For more than 80 years, Art Center has provided a unique educational environment marked by the excellence of its faculty, facilities, students, and alumni. Programs provide an intensive exposure to specific art and design disciplines, coupled with a strong program of liberal arts. The curriculum offers creative individuals the opportunity to hone their talent and strengthen critical thinking, communication, and leadership skills. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Number of Students Undergrad: 1,657; Grad: 212 Average Size of Entering Class 550 Illustration; Graphic Design; Largest UG Degree Programs Industrial Design; Film/Cinema Studies; Photography Distance Learning Offered No Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 9:1 82.5% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $35,980 On/Off Campus Housing Policy N/A Free Automobile Parking Extracurricular Student Organizations: 12

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Other Recommended/Required Courses Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Average GPA of Entering Class

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid

Rolling: Feb 15 priority date for fall FAFSA

Financial Aid Forms Required Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Federal Direct Loans; Merit/Need-based Scholarships; Work Study; Installment Payment Plan

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 40%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 0.1% American Indian/Alaska Native Asian

01.4%

Black/African American

10.3%

Hispanic

0.5% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 24.6% 21.5%

White Non-Resident Alien

3.2%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

3.0%

Two or More Races

1,383 963 69%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years Freshmen who graduate within six years

25.8% 57.6% 69.7%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Other Countries 22%

Institutional Grants

35.5%

Fall/Spring/Summer: Rolling No See website N/A 3.25

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

11%

Fall/Spring/Summer: Rolling

Annual Applicants Annual Admitted Annual Admit Rate

60%

48%

$50 Yes $200 No

Other States 27%

Student Loans

California 51%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Spring, Summer, Fall: Rolling Priority Scholarship Consideration Oct. 1: Jan. 1: Feb. 15 Date Students Notified of Admis. Fall, Spring, Summer: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 12; Max. Sem: 60 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 70 Minimum College GPA 2.50 Accept IGETC and CSUGE Breadth No, see website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) No

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Azusa Pacific University 901 E. Alosta Ave. • Azusa, CA 91702 apu.edu

Admission: 626-812-3016 • admissions@apu.edu

Coed • Four-year • Comprehensive • Evangelical Christian University Cultivating difference makers since 1899, APU is a comprehensive, Christian, evangelical university, committed to God First and known for excellence in higher education. Azusa’s main campus lies twenty-six miles northeast of Los Angeles, while its seven Southern California regional centers bring convenience and quality programming. APU has a student population of more than 10,000 and offers more than fifty-three areas of undergrad study, as well as seventy masters, credentials, certificates, and doctorates. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 5,700; Grad: 3,960 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 1,200 Largest UG Degree Programs Family & Consumer Sciences/ Human Services; Business, Management, & Marketing; Health Professions & Related Clinical Studies; Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies & Humanities; Communication, Journalism, & Related Programs Yes Distance Learning Offered Regional Centers (7) High Desert (Victorville); Inland Empire (San Bernardino); Los Angeles; Murrieta; Orange County; San Diego; Ventura County. Student to Faculty Ratio 14:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 83% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $31,416 Freshmen/Sophomores must live on campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking Permit required Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; Over 25 Student Organizations

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Other Recommended/Required Courses Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Critical Reading Average GPA of Entering Class

Fall: Feb. 15; Spring: Oct. 15 Fall and Spring: Rolling Yes See website 490 to 610 490 to 600 3.61

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

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

$45 Yes $300 Yes

8,231 4,225 85%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

45% 61%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Unknown 1.8%

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Other States 20.8%

83%

California 75.6%

Other Countries 1.8% 56%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

27%

22%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 0.3% American Indian/Alaska Native 8% 5% 20%

Asian Black/African American

Application Deadline Spring: Oct. 15; Fall: Feb. 15 Priority Scholarship Consideration Mar. 2 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem None; Max. Sem: 70 (2-yr college) Max. Sem: 90 (4-yr college) Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 126 Minimum College GPA 2.2 Accept Accept IGETC and CSUGE Breadth Yes, see website CA Community Coll. Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) See website

Hispanic

0.8% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 52% 1.8% 7.8% 4.5%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Biola University 13800 Biola Ave. • La Mirada, California 90639 biola.edu

Admission: 562-903-4752 • admissions@biola.edu Financial Aid: 562-903-4742 • finaid@biola.edu

Coed • Four-year • Comprehensive • Christian University Biola is a private Christian university located in Southern California. For over 100 years, Biola has remained committed to its biblical foundation, integrating biblical principles with every academic program. In addition to its focus on intentional spiritual development and career preparation, Biola offers a unique academic environment where all faculty, staff and students are professing Christians. With over 145 academic programs in seven schools, Biola offers degrees ranging from B.A. to Ph.D. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar 4-1-4 System Undergrad: 4,337; Grad: 1,965 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 1,293 Largest UG Degree Programs Business, Management, & Marketing; Theology & Ministerial Studies; Communication & Journalism; Educational/Liberal Studies;Visual & Performing Arts Yes Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 16:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 85.5% $32,142 Tuition (w/o financial aid) On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website Automobile Parking Permit required Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Social Justice Ministries; Student Clubs; ROTC Programs

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Other Recommended/Required Courses Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

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

3,528 2,634 75%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Other Countries 1%

Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted

0% American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 56%

White

2%

Non-Resident Alien

2%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

6%

Two or More Races

California 72%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

All other types

Diversity (All Undergraduates)

17%

47% 62%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Other States 27%

2%

490 to 610 510 to 610 500 to 620 1500 to 1840 3.53

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

68%

15%

Mar. 1 Rolling Basis Yes Yes, see website

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

91%

Student Loan

$45 Yes $300 Nov. 15

Mar. 1 Regular decision: Mar. 2 Rolling Basis Yes Yes Min. Sem: N/A; Max. CC: 70 4-yr College no limit Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 130 Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC and CSUGE Breadth Yes, see website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

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Brandman University (Chapman University System)

16355 Laguna Canyon Rd. • Irvine, CA 92618 brandman.edu

Admission: 877-516-4501 • adminfo@brandman.edu Financial Aid: 800-775-0056 • faoffice@brandman.edu

Coed • Four-year • Comprehensive University Since 1958, Brandman has been serving the unique needs of adults by providing access to a quality education consistent with the needs of their busy lives. Brandman offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, certificates, teaching credentials, extended education programs online, and at campuses throughout California and Washington. Over 6,000 students per session enjoy convenient class times, exceptional faculty, and unparalleled student services. Financial Aid Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Trimester System Number of Students Undergrad: 5,704; Grad: 5,425 Average Size of Entering Class N/A: Rolling admissions Largest UG Degree Programs Business Administration; Psychology; Organizational Leadership; Liberal Studies; Criminal Justice Yes Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations (25)

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid 3/2 FAFSA Financial Aid Forms Required Types of Aid Available Cal Grants; Deferred Payment Plan; Direct Loans; FSEOG; Merit-based Scholarship; Pell Grants; Private Loans; Student Loans; Work Study

Northern California

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Fairfield; Folsom; Hanford; Modesto; Monterey; NAS Lemoore; Roseville; Santa Maria; Travis AFB;Visalia; Walnut Creek;Yuba City.

Southern California

Antelope Valley; Ontario; Palm Desert; Riverside; San Diego; Santa Clarita; Temecula;Victorville.

Washington Bangor Naval Base; Ft. Lewis; Lacey; McChord AFB; Whidbey Island. Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Non-military Tuition: Associate’s - $360 per credit; Bachelor’s - $500 per credit; Master’s - $600 per credit; Ed.D Doctorate - $875 per credit; Nursing Doctorate - $1,000 per credit On/Off Campus Housing Policy N/A Auto Regs/Parking Adequate parking, no permit needed,

Admission Information

Procedures & Standards—Entering Students Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission

Rolling Rolling

Profile of Entering Students Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

2,691 1,310 49%

Graduation Rates Entering Students who graduate within four years Entering Students who graduate within five years

Percent of Entering Students Receiving Financial Aid

63% 69%

Entering Students Geographical Profile

62%

52%

$0 N/A $0 No

21%

Other States 16%

California 84%

5%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

  Diversity (All Undergraduates)

1% American Indian/Alaska Native 4% 10%

Asian Black/African American

25%

Hispanic

1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 46%

White

0% Non-Resident Alien 11% 3%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Rolling Admissions Priority Scholarship Consideration See website Date Students Notified of Admission See website Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Max. No limit Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree 32 Minimum College GPA See website Accept IGETC and CSUGE Breadth Yes, see website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes, see website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races/Multi-cultural

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California Baptist University 8432 Magnolia Ave. • Riverside, CA 92504 calbaptist.edu

Admission: 951-343-4212; 877-CBU-8866 • admissions@calbaptist.edu Financial Aid: 877-CBU-8855 • finaid@calbaptist.edu

Coed • Four-year • Comprehensive • Southern Baptist Affiliation California Baptist University blends a distinctive faith-based world view with a premium educational experience that is unequaled in the Inland Empire region of Southern California. School districts, law enforcement agencies, community and public organizations hold CBU graduates in high regard for their unique combination of confidence, competence, and compassion. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 4,954; Grad: 1,077 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 1,455 Largest UG Degree Programs Liberal Studies/Education; Psychology; Business, Management, & Marketing; Kinesiology; Bible Studies Distance Learning Offered Yes None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 21:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 78% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $26,312 Guaranteed but not required Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking None Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural Sports; Athletic Scholarships; 16 Student Organizations; ROTC programs

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount

$45 Yes $250

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Average GPA of Entering Class

Rolling Rolling Yes 481 to 559 479 to 547 482 to 557 3.3

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 Scholarships; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 96%

3,888 2,898 75%

49.4% 57.1%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

92%

1% Other Countries Other States 9%

51%

California 90%

34%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 0.7% American Indian/Alaska Native 6% 8% 35%

Asian

Application Deadline Spring: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 24; Max. Sem: 100 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 36 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, with AA CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

Black/African American

Hispanic/Latino

0.1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 43% 3% 8%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown

0.2% Two or More Races

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California College of the Arts 1111 8th Street • San Francisco, CA 94107 cca.edu

Admission: 415-703-9523; 800-447-1-ART • enroll@cca.edu Financial Aid: 415-703-9528; 800-447-1-ART • finaid@cca.edu

Coed • Four-year • Specialized University California College of the Arts empowers students to make the only art that matters: art that makes a difference. Founded in 1907, the college is noted for the interdisciplinary and breadth of its programs. It offers studies in twenty-one undergraduate and eleven graduate programs in the areas of art, architecture, design, and writing. Located in the San Francisco Bay Area—a global center of innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship—CCA cultivates innovation, social engagement, and environmental responsibility in its students. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 1,450; Grad: 467 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 410 Largest UG Degree Programs Architecture; Graphic Design; Illustration; Painting; Industrial Design; Photography, Animation Distance Learning Offered No Oakland Additional Campus Locations (1) Student to Faculty Ratio 10:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 78% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $39,984 79% of first-year students live on campus Housing Policy Auto Regs Students in first-year housing may not have a car Extracurricular 20 Student Organizations

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

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Admission Information Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount

$60 Yes $265

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Priority Deadlines Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Oct. 1 Fall and Spring: Rolling Yes 470 to 610 460 to 580 450 to 590 1400 to 1770 3.16

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

1,330 1,113 83%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

28% 41%

79%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

64%

Other Countries 27%

28% 15%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

1%

<

16% 5% 13% 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

36% 19% 10%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown

Other States 30%

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates)

California 42%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Priority Deadlines Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Oct. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration Feb. 1; Reg. decision: Mar. 1 Fall and Spring: Rolling Date Students Notified of Admission Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Max. Sem: 96 BFA; 117 BARC Transfer Units Accepted Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 BFA; 48 BARC Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

0% Two or More Races

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California Institute of Integral Studies 1453 Mission Street • San Francisco, CA 94103 Admission: 415-576-6154 • admission@ciis.edu ciis.edu Financial Aid: 415-575-6122 • finaid@ciis.edu

Coed • Four-year • Research University For forty-five years, California Institute of Integral Studies has pioneered a unique educational vision. The university has grown to encompass leading-edge graduate programs and a B.A. completion program that attracts passionate learners and international renown. Small in size, we’re able to easily provide students with personal attention. Our students gain the knowledge and experience they need for successful careers that fulfill their personal ambitions and engage the mind, body, and spirit. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Number of Students Undergrad: 93; Grad: 1,215 Average Size of Entering Undergraduate Class 79 Interdisciplinary Studies; Largest UG Degree Programs Interdisciplinary Studies with a minor in Critical Psychology; Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations N/A Student to Faculty Ratio 9:1 N/A Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) UG $25,458; Grad: See Website Housing Policy Off Campus Auto Parking Street parking Extracurricular activities Yes

Admission Information Application Fee Early Action Application Priority Deadline Date Student Notified of Admission

$65 No Fall: 4/1; Spring 10/15 Rolling

Procedures & Standards—Entering Students CIIS accepts transfer students only

Profile of Entering Undergraduates Applicants Admitted Fall 2012 Admit Rate

80 77 96%

Graduation Rates

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Fall: 5/1; Spring 10/15 Financial Aid Forms Required FASFA Pel Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Types of Aid Available Financial need scholarships; Work Study;VA Benefits; Yellow Ribbon Program; Private Loans.

Students who graduate within two years Students who graduate within three years

Entering Students Geographical Profile

Percent of Undergrad Students Receiving Financial Aid (Fall 2012)

82% 84%

Other Countries 3.8% Other States 7.5%

70%

California 88.7%

44%

45%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers 6%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native

7.5%

Asian

6.4%

Black/African American

25.8% 1.1% 47.3% 2.2%

Advanced Placement Offered Yes Yes Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 60; Max. Sem: 84 Institutional Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 36-60 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes Military Units (ACE guidelines) Yes Yes International (WES) CA Community College Articulation Agreement Yes

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

White

Non-Resident Alien

4.3%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

4.3%

Two or More Races

 

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California Institute of Technology 1200 E. California Blvd. • Pasadena, CA 91125 Admission: 626-395-6341 • admissions@caltech.edu caltech.edu Financial Aid: 626-395-6280 • finaid@caltech.edu

Coed • Four-year • Research University One of the most highly regarded institutions of science and engineering in the world, the California Institute of Technology—or Caltech—is home to some of the brightest students and faculty in the nation. Caltech offers students an exceptional opportunity for comprehensive, interdisciplinary research and access to faculty and alumni holding more than thirty-two Nobel Prizes. For students with a passion for science and engineering, Caltech provides the consummate learning experience. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Quarter System Undergrad: 997; Grad: 1,246 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 245 Largest UG Degree Programs Engineering; Physical Sciences; Mathematics & Statistics; Computer & Information Sciences; Biological & Biomedical Sciences No Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 3:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 96% $58,755 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Campus Housing Policy Freshmen required to live on campus Automobile Parking Available Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 150+ Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid 2/1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and CSS Profile Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Perkins Loans; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Early Action

$75 Yes 11/1 deadline

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall: RD: Jan. 3; Spring: N/A Date Students Notified of Admis. Fall: RD Mar. 15; Spring: N/A No, see website Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 770 to 800 Writing 730 to 800 Critical Reading 720 to 780 Combined Scores 2200 to 2340

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

5,537 651 12%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

51%

Other Countries 10% California 31%

27% 14%

10%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

0% American Indian/Alaska Native 39% 8% 1%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

35% 12%

Other States 59%

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates)

1%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Fall: Feb.15; Spring: N/A Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: May 15 Advanced Placement Offered No Advanced Credit Given No Transfer Units Accepted N/A Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree .FT student for 2 years Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No, See website

White Non-Resident Alien

1%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

3%

Two or More Races

79% 90%

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California Institute of the Arts 24700 McBean Parkway • Valencia, CA 91355 calarts.edu

Admission: 800-545-ARTS • admissions@calarts.edu Financial Aid: 800-443-0480 • finaid@calarts.edu

Coed • Four-year • Specialized Institution CalArts is an internationally recognized school for the visual and performing arts.The CalArts educational philosophy combines rigorous instruction with individualized attention, a process that empowers students to define their own personal objectives and artistic voices. To encourage cross-pollination and experimentation, CalArts’ schools—Art, Critical Studies, Dance, Film/Video, Music and Theater—are all housed under one roof in Valencia, California, just thirty miles north of downtown Los Angeles. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 938; Grad: 491 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 450 Largest UG Degree Programs Cinematography & Film/Videos Production; Music Performance; Fine/Studio Arts; Theater; Dance Distance Learning Offered No None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 8:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 82% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $39,976 Available, not required On-Campus Housing Policy Auto Parking Available Extracurricular 10 Student Organizations

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 2 FAFSA and Profile Financial Aid Forms Required 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 63%

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates)

7% 12% 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

54% 16%

57% 62%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Other Countries 12%

California 35%

Other States 53%

Federal Grants

10%

1,453 443 30%

57%

8%

1%

Fall: Jan. 3; Spring: Nov. 1 Rolling N/A 3.2

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

31%

$70-85 In rare cases $500 No

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Fall: Jan. 3; Spring: Nov. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration Feb. 15 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem 15; Max. Sem: 34 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 12 Minimum College GPA N/A Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth N/A CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) College of the Canyons, & Santa Monica College

White Non-Resident Alien

4%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

11%

Two or More Races

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California Lutheran University 60 West Olsen Rd. • Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 callutheran.edu

Admission: 805-493-3135 • admissions@callutheran.edu Financial Aid: 805-493-3115 • finaid@callutheran.edu

Coed • Four-year • Comprehensive • Evangelical Lutheran Affiliation At California Lutheran University, we help students pursue their passions to discover their purpose, and follow that purpose to transform their community and the world. Our dedicated, accomplished faculty members work with small classes of undergraduate and graduate students who are open-minded about ideas, about people, ideas, and faith and who want to grow as individuals while they excel academically. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Number of Students Undergrad: 2,804; Grad: 1,401 Average Size of Entering Class 558 Largest UG Degree Programs Business, Management & Marketing; Communications; Exercise Science; Psychology; Biology Yes Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations (3) Central Coast Learning Center; Oxnard Center; Woodland Hills Center Student to Faculty Ratio 15:1 85% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores $35,270 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Automobile Parking Free parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 60+ Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Parent Plus Loans; Student Stafford Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Deferred Payment Plan; Private Loans; Institutional Grants

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Early Action Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

6,759 3,194 47%

Graduation Rates Frosh who graduate w/in 4 yrs Frosh who graduate w/in 5 yrs

Other Countries 3% Other States 22%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 6%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian

4%

Black/African American

23%

Hispanic

1%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

54%

White

4%

Non-Resident Alien

5%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

2%

California 75%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline

1%

56% (4-yr avg) Entered fall 07 63% (5-yr avg) Entered fall 06

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 59%

20%

Nov. 1 Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Nov. 1 Nov. 1 Early Action Jan.15, Rolling Yes 520 to 610 500 to 600 1040 to 1210 3.7

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

97%

23%

$45 paper, $25 online Yes $400

Fall: Mar. 15 (Priority), Jun. 1 (Regular); Spring: Oct. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Max. Sem: 70 (from CC) Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA 2.75 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC:Yes; CSUGE: No Contact institution for details CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

Two or More Races

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Chapman University One University Drive • Orange, CA 92886 chapman.edu

Admission: 714-997-6711; 888-CUAPPLY • admit@chapman.edu Financial Aid: 714-997-6741 • finaid@chapman.edu

Coed • Four-year • Comprehensive University Currently ranked among the top universities in the West, Chapman University provides a uniquely personalized and interdisciplinary educational experience to highly qualified students. Our programs encourage innovation, creativity and collaboration, and focus on developing global citizen-leaders who are distinctly prepared to improve their community and their world. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar 4-1-4 System Undergrad: 5,681; Grad: 1,889 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 1,278 Largest UG Degree Programs Business Administration; Communication Studies; Psychology, Undecided Distance Learning Offered Yes, Brandman University None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 14:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 91% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $42,890 None On-Campus Living Requirements Auto Parking Permit needed, parking adequate Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 94 Student Organizations; 8 Fraternities; 8 Sororities; ROTC Programs

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall: Jan. 15 (early action Nov. 1) Date Students Notified of Admission Fall: Mar. 10 Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 560 to 660 Writing 570 to 670 Critical Reading 550 to 650 Combined Scores 1680 to 1980 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.7

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; Talent Scholarships

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 80%

$65 Need based $200 Yes

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

11,751 5,251 44%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

50% 69%

77%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Other Countries 6%

20%

13%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Other States 30% Institutional Grants

California 64%

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) <1% American Indian/Alaska Native 9% 2% 13%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

<1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 60% 4% 7% 5%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Claremont McKenna College 888 Columbia Ave. • Claremont, CA 91711 cmc.edu

Admission: 909-621-8088 • admission@cmc.edu Financial Aid: 909-621-8356 • finaid@cmc.edu

Coed • Four-year • Comprehensive Liberal Arts College CMC, a highly-selective, private liberal arts college & member of The Claremont Colleges, enrolls 1,300 students. CMC educates students for thoughtful, productive lives & responsible leadership in business, government & the professions. There are unprecedented opportunities through the ten research institutes, Athenaeum speaker series, the Sponsored Internship Program, superior career counseling, academic travel & study abroad. Special majors & programs are offered in the humanities, social & hard sciences. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class Top Majors (BA degrees)

Semester System Undergrad: 1,295; Grad: 31 300 Economics; Government; Psychology; International Relations; History Distance Learning Offered No None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 8:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 94.5% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $45,380 Freshmen required to live on campus, Campus Housing Policy Dean of Students may give permission for students to live off-campus Parking $50 per semester; must register w/Campus Safety Dept. Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 110 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline

Fall: Jan. Date Students Notified of Admission Fall: Apr. 1 Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 660 to 760 Writing 660 to 740 Critical Reading 650 to 750 Combined Scores 1970 to 2250 Average GPA of Entering Class N/A

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and CSS Profile Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; College Grant; Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

7%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate w/in 4 yrs Freshmen who graduate w/in 5 yrs

Other Countries 19%

17% Institutional Grants

5,058 688 13.6%

80% (2008 entering class) 91% (2007 entering class)

Freshman Class of 2012 Geographical Profile

42% 10%

$60 Yes $500 Yes

Student Loans

California 41%

Other States 40%

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 0% 11.4% 3.0% 8.9%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 45.1% 12.1% 12.8% 6.5%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown

Application Deadline Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Nov. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration N/A Date Students Notified of Admis. Fall & Spring: 5/15 & 12/15 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min: N/A; Max: Qtr: 94 Res. Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 64, Qtr: 94 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) None

Two or More Races

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Concordia University Irvine 1530 Concordia West • Irvine, CA 92612 cui.edu

Admission: 800-229-1200x3010 • admissions@cui.edu Financial Aid: 949-214-3066 • finaid@cui.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Faith Based • Comprehensive • Liberal Arts University Concordia University Irvine is a U.S. News Top Tier Regional University that prepares students for their vocations—their calling in life. Concordia offers undergraduate, graduate, and adult degree programs on a beautiful Southern California campus, with online and regional cohort options. Concordia’s undergraduate program is distinctive among universities in the region because of the University’s innovative and engaging Core Curriculum, and its thoughtful and caring Christian community in the Lutheran tradition. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 1,738; Grad: 1,781 Number of Students Largest UG Degree Programs Business Administration; Exercise & Sport Science; Liberal Studies; Psychology; Communication Distance Learning Offered No Satellite Locations None 18:1 Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 77.6% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $29,000 Housing Policy On-campus living is required for students under the age of 21 and not living with parents. No fee parking available Auto Regs/Parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 40 Student Clubs & Organizations

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 2 Financial Aid Forms Req’d FAFSA & Institution Application Types of Aid Available Pell Grant; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Academic Scholarships; Institutional Need-based Aid; Athletic/Activity Awards; Work Study/Employment Opportunities; Federal Direct Loan Program; Private Loans

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Early Action Deadline Early Action Notification Commitment Deposit Amount Commitment Deposit Deadline Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes HS Transcript; Ltr. of Recommendation; Essay App Reqmnt’s Tests Required SAT and/or ACT Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 470 to 570 Critical Reading 460 to 570 Combined Scores 930 to 1140 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.46

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

1,808 1,256 69.5%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

99% 68%

27%

Other Countries 2%

24%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Transfer Units Accepted

Min. Sem: 24 Two-year Institution: Max. Sem: 70 Four-year Institution: Max. Sem: 96 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 32 Minimum College GPA 2.3 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website

0.5% American Indian/Alaska Native 3.5% 18.9%

California 84.7%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 6.1%

45.7% 50.2%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Other States 13.38%

$50 (free online before Jan. 1) Yes Dec. 1 Dec. 15 $500 May 1 Yes Yes

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

0.4% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 58.3% 2.7% 5.3% 4.5%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Dominican University of California 50 Acacia Ave. • San Rafael, CA 94901 dominican.edu

Admission: 415-485-3204; 888-323-6763 • enroll@dominican.edu Financial Aid: 415-257-1350 • finaid@dominican.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts University • Roman Catholic Affiliation Dominican University of California is an independent university of Catholic heritage located twelve miles north of San Francisco. Dominican offers twenty-four majors, twenty-three minors, and one dynamic education.With a student-faculty ratio of 10:1, Dominican combines the personal attention of smaller schools with the academic resources of larger universities. Admission Information

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

Semester System Undergrad: 1,628; Grad: 579 285 Nursing; Biological Sciences; Business; Psychology Distance Learning Offered No Ukiah Other Campus Locations (1) Student to Faculty Ratio 10:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 81% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $40,150 See website On/Off Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking See website Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 18 Student Organizations

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Priority Deadline Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Nov. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 480 to 570 Critical Reading 480 to 580 Combined Scores 970 to 1140 3.5 Average GPA of Entering Class

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; Work Study; Merit-based Scholarships; Institutional Aid; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

99%

$50 When application is completed online $250 No

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

2,308 1,765 76%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

47% 51%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

93%

Other Countries 2% Other States 8%

31%

29%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 17% 4% 21% 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

33% 2% 17% 4%

Student Loans

California 90%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Priority Deadline Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Nov. 1 Feb. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Yes Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 12; Max. Sem: 70 Sem: 30 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website Yes CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA)

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Fresno Pacific University 1717 South Chestnut Ave. • Fresno, CA 93702 fresno.edu or experienceFPU.com

Admission: 559-453-2039; 800-660-6089 • ugadmis@fresno.edu Student Financial Services: 559-453-2041 • sfs@fresno.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University • Mennonite Brethren Affiliation Challenging academic programs taught by expert faculty give FPU graduates a competitive edge in the job market and at graduate schools. As the only independent university based in California’s Central San Joaquin Valley offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees, FPU serves a diverse regional and international student body. All programs emphasize ethics and character development for professionals and leaders of organizations, affirming that we are and always will be a distinctively Christian institution. Campus Information

Admission Information

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

Semester System Undergrad: 1,227; Grad: 1,065 453 Liberal Studies; Business Administration; Kinesiology; Psychology; Social Work Distance Learning Offered Yes Bakersfield;Visalia; North Fresno; Merced Satellite Locations (4) Student to Faculty Ratio 14:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 80% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $25,334 See website On/Off Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking See website Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 20 Student Organizations

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 2 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific 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

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

State/Local Grants

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

50%

3%

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

4%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American

34% .5%

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

45% 4% 7% 2%

Other Countries 1% Other States 7%

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .5%

641 482 75%

White Non-Resident Alien

52% 56%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

38%

Federal Grants

Rolling until full Rolling Yes 470 to 550 460 to 560 460 to 560 920 to 1130 3.52

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

100%

35%

$40 Yes $175 Nov. 15

California 92%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted

Rolling until full Mar 1; Reg. decision: Rolling Rolling Yes Yes Min. Sem: 24 Max. Sem 94 (70 from CC) Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA 2.4 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC:Yes; CSUGE: See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Golden Gate University 536 Mission St. • San Francisco, CA 94105 ggu.edu

Admission: 415-442-7800; 800-GGU-4YOU • info@ggu.edu Financial Aid: 415-442-7280 • finaid@ggu.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University Founded in 1901 in San Francisco, Golden Gate University meets the needs of working adults by offering undergraduate and graduate programs in business and management, accounting, taxation, and law. Courses are designed to engage students in real-world business situations and to prepare them to compete in a volatile marketplace. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Trimester System Undergrad: 506; Grad: 3,025 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class See website Largest UG Degree Programs BA in Management; BS in Business Distance Learning Offered Yes Other Locations (2) L.A. & Seattle (MS Taxation program only) See website Student to Faculty Ratio Tuition (w/o financial aid) $1,800-ug (per 3 unit course) $2,610 graduate (per 3 unit course) See website On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website Auto Regs/Parking Extracurricular 15 Student Organizations

Application Fee $70 N/A Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount $0 Date Students Notified of Admission 7-15 business days upon application completion Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes, see website See website Other Recommended/Required Courses Average GPA of Entering Class 2.5 Undergrad.; 3.0 Graduate

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Golden Gate does not classify students as Freshmen

Financial Aid Information

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 2 (for Cal Grants) and open-ended within DOE regulations Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and institution specific Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Golden Gate does not classify students as Freshmen

Graduation Rates Golden Gate does not classify students as Freshmen

Freshmen Students Geographical Profile Golden Gate does not classify students as Freshmen

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid Golden Gate does not classify students as Freshmen

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Diversity (All Undergraduates) Not applicable

Application Deadline None Priority Scholarship Consideration See website Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 24; Max. Sem: 70 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) None

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Harvey Mudd College 301 Platt Blvd. • Claremont, CA 91711 hmc.edu

Admission: 909-621-8011 • admission@hmc.edu Financial Aid: 909-621-8055 • Financial_aid@hmc.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Liberal Arts College Founded in 1955, Harvey Mudd College seeks to educate engineers, scientists, and mathematicians, well versed in all of these areas and in the humanities and the social sciences so that they may assume leadership in their fields with a clear understanding of the impact of their work on society. Harvey Mudd College is a private, coeducational, non-sectarian, undergraduate-only liberal arts college located in Claremont. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 783 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 200 Largest UG Degree Programs Engineering; Computer Science; Mathematics: Physics; Chemistry; Biological Sciences; Distance Learning Offered No None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 8:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 98% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $46,234 Freshmen are required to live on campus Housing Policy Auto Regs Must register w/Campus Safety. $20 per semester Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural Sports; 100 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Financial Aid Information Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and CSS Profile 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

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall: Jan. 1 Fall: Apr. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Required Courses for Enrollment One year (or equivalent) of HS calculus, chemistry, & physics Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 730 to 800 Writing 670 to 770 Critical Reading 680 to 760

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Graduation Rates

Other Countries 13% Other States 51%

5.7%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates)

1.3% 6.9%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 54.1% 8.3% 5.5%

Non-Resident Alien

California 36%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted

<1% American Indian/Alaska Native 21.6%

85% 88%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

44.3%

3,540 643 18.1%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

63.3%

12.3%

$70 Yes $300 Yes: ED I, Nov. 15; ED II, Jan. 1

White

Apr. 1 Fall and Spring: May 15 No Minimal Min. Sem: N/A (see website) Max. Sem: 64 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 64 Minimum College GPA 3.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No, See website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

1.9% Two or More Races

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Holy Names University 3500 Mountain Blvd. • Oakland, CA 94619 Admission: 510-436-1351; 800-430-1321 • admissions@hnu.edu hnu.edu Financial Aid: 510-436-1327 • financialaid@hnu.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts University • Roman Catholic Affiliation For 140 years, Holy Names University has been educating students to make a positive difference in their lives and in the lives of others. Holy Names is a four-year, Catholic university in the hills overlooking Oakland, and the San Francisco Bay. Known for liberal arts, psychology, business, nursing, and education, HNU is one of the most diverse universities in the country. Our core values involve striving for social justice through service. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 837; Grad: 496 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 124 Largest UG Degree Programs Health Professions & Related Clinical Sciences; Business, Management & Marketing; Psychology; Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies & Humanities; Social Sciences Yes Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 14:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 72% $30,050 Tuition (w/o financial aid) On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website Auto Parking Parking permit for free on-campus parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 28 Student Organizations

Financial Aid Information

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

$0 Yes $100 No

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall: Aug. 15 Fall: Oct. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Other Recommended/Required Courses English: 4 4, Math: 3 3; Science: 1 1; Lab Science: 1 1; Foreign Language: 2 3; History: 1 1; Academic Electives: 3 3; Other: 1 1 Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 420 to 500 Writing 400 to 510 Critical Reading 410 to 500 Combined Scores 1225 to 1540 3.18 Average GPA of Entering Class

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 2 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA Profile of Incoming Freshmen Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Applicants Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Admitted Student Loans; Private Loans Fall Admit Rate

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 100%

97%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

47%

Unknown 1% Other States 10% Other Countries 3%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

11.7% 22.7% 19.5% 2.5% 21.8% 2.9% 14.3%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White Non-Resident Alien

California 86%

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .4%

29% 35%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

63%

669 428 64%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Spring: Aug. 15 Priority Scholarship Consideration Mar. 2 Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Dates Advanced Placement Offered Ye s Advanced Credit Given Ye s Min. Sem: 24; Max. Sem: 70 Transfer Units Accepted Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 24 Minimum College GPA 2.2 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC Yes; CSUGE See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

.8% Two or More Races

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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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Humphreys College 6650 Inglewood Ave. • Stockton, CA 95207 humphreys.edu

Admission: 209-478-0800 • ugadmissions@humphreys.edu Financial Aid: 209-478-0800 • finaid@humphreys.edu

Coed • Two & Four-Year • Career/Liberal Arts/Professional College Humphreys is a California institution devoted to providing an excellent education and practical training on campuses in Stockton and M odesto. Certificate, associate, baccalaureate, master, and juris doctor degrees are awarded in a number of fields within four broad academic areas: law, business, liberal arts, and education. For more than 110 years Humphreys has provided students with quality career-oriented classes, personalized instruction, small class sizes, and an accessible, dedicated faculty. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Quarter System Undergrad: 1,026; Grad: 183 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 173 Largest UG Degree Programs Legal Professions & Studies, Criminal Justice (BA); Early Childhood Education; Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies & Humanities; Business, Management & Marketing; Community Affairs Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations (1) Modesto Student to Faculty Ratio 15:1 73% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $3,906 per quarter for full-time Campus Housing Policy No on-campus housing, see website Parking Free Parking Extracurricular 2 Student Organizations

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall: Oct. 4; Winter: Jan. 10; Spring: Mar. 31; Summer: Jul. 18 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall: Oct. 4; Winter: Jan. 10; Spring: Mar. 31; Summer: Jul. 18 Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

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

$40 Yes Yes

180 172 95%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

47% 54%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Other Countries 3%­ Other States 1%­

90%

California 98%

70% 40%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers 5%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 9% 22%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American

34% 1%

Hispanic

Application Deadline Fall: Oct. 4; Winter: Jan. 10 Spring: Mar. 31; Summer: Jul. 18 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall: Oct. 4; Winter: Jan. 10; Spring: Mar. 31; Summer: Jul. 18 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: None Max. Sem: Qtr: 144; Sem 96 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Qtr: 36 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) 3

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

31%

White

1%

Non-Resident Alien

1%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

0% Two or More Races

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La Sierra University 4500 Riverwalk Parkway • Riverside, CA 92515 lasierra.edu

Admission: 951-785-2000; 800-874-5587 • info@lasierra.edu Financial Aid: 951-785-2175 • finaid@lasierra.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts • Research University • Seventh-Day Adventist Affiliation La Sierra is a Seventh-day Adventist university in Riverside. It offers 54 UG and 30 grad programs and includes four schools: Business, Education, Religion, and the College of Arts and Sciences. La Sierra is a Carnegie-designated Community Engagement campus, where service learning is integrated into the curriculum. LSU students have the opportunity to become involved in research as undergraduates, and the Honors. LSU is consistently recognized as having one of the most diverse groups of students in the U.S. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Trimester System Undergrad: 2,648; Grad: 345 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 506 Largest UG Degree Programs Business Administration; Biological Sciences; Parks & Recreation; Liberal Studies; Psychology Distance Learning Offered Yes None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 16:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 77% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $27,180 See website On/Off Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs Autos must register with Security, parking fees apply Extracurricular MAIA & Intramural sports;

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Early Action/Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Mar. 1 Date Students Notified of Admis. Fall: 2 weeks; Spring: 2 weeks Yes Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 410 to 540 Critical Reading 410 to 530 Combined Scores 420 to 510 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.33

Financial Aid Information Deadline to submit application for Financial Aid Mar. 2 FAFSA Financial Aid Forms Required 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

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

3,208 1,555 48.5%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

99%

41% 45%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

82%

75%

$30 Yes Yes

Other Countries 7.1% Other States 5%

38%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .1% 14.7% 7.7%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American

39.1% 2.4% 17.3% 13.8%

Hispanic

California 87.9%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Spring: Mar. 1 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Qtr: 12; Max. Qtr: 105 Res. Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 36 of last 44; Qtr: 48 of last 56 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC Yes; CSUGE See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White Non-Resident Alien

.5% Race/Ethnicity Unknown 4.6%

Two or More Races

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Laguna College of Art & Design 2222 Laguna Canyon Rd. • Laguna Beach, CA 92651 lcad.edu

Admission: 949-376-6000; 800-255-0762 • admissions@lcad.edu Financial Aid: 949-376-6000 • financialaid@lcad.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Specialized College Small by design, and located in one of the most beautiful spots in the world, LCAD provides superb, personalized instruction leading to Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Drawing and Painting, Illustration, Graphic Design, Feature Animation, and Game Art. A Master of Fine Arts program specializes in figurative and representational painting. Integration of the liberal arts and innovative technology into the art and design curriculum have received special commendation. Campus Information Academic Calendar Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class Largest UG Degree Programs Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations (1) Average Size of Entering Class Student to Faculty Ratio Tuition (w/o financial aid) Auto Regs/Parking Extracurricular

Admission Information

Semester System Undergrad: 457; Grad: 31 130 Fine Arts; Illustration; Animation; Game Art; Graphic Design No Big Bend Campus—Laguna Beach 130 12:1 $26,500 Parking available 3 student organizations

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Financial Aid Forms Required Types of Aid Available

See website FAFSA Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Deferred Payment Plan; Private Loans

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen 351 147 42%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

100% 75%

71%

Unknown 3% Other Countries 3% Other States 27%

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) >1% 15%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian

>1% Black/African American 15%

Hispanic

<1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 49% 3% 18%

White

51% 60%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

21% Federal Grants

Rolling Yes 500 to 590 500 to 590 600 to 690 1600 to 1870 3.2

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

$45 Yes $250 No

California 67%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Spring: Rolling Priority Scholarship Consideration Feb. 2 Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min.Varies; Max. Sem: 60 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 60 Minimum College GPA 2.2 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) No

Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown

<1% Two or More Races

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Loma Linda University Loma Linda, CA 92350 llu.edu/explore/

Admission: 909-558-8161 • ask@llu.edu Financial Aid: 909-558-4509 • finaid@llu.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive Health-Sciences • Research University • Seventh-day Adventist Affiliation Loma Linda University is a Seventh-day Adventist educational health-sciences institution with more than 4,652 students located in Southern California. Eight schools and the Faculty of Graduate Studies comprise the University organization. Students from more than 113 countries around the world and virtually every state in the nation are represented in Loma Linda University’s student body. Loma Linda also offers online programs and distance education. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Quarter System Undergrad: 1,301; Grad: 3,351 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class UG: 380; Grad: 610 Largest UG Degree Programs Nursing; Dental Hygienist; Respiratory Care; Physical Therapy; Occupational Therapy Distance Learning Offered Yes None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 6:1 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Varies by program On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website See website Auto Regs/Parking Extracurricular 9 student organizations

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Loma Linda does not accept first-time freshmen

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Loma Linda does not accept first-time freshmen

Financial Aid Information

Graduation Rates

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

Loma Linda does not accept first-time freshmen

Freshmen Class Geographical Profile Loma Linda does not accept first-time freshmen

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid Loma Linda does not accept first-time freshmen

Diversity (All Undergraduates) <.5% 24.8% 7.2% 16.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic

$60 and up No Varies No

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Varies Date Students Notified of Admission Varies Advanced Placement Offered No Yes Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Min. Qtr: 41; Max. Qtr: 105 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Qtr: 45 Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) No

<1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 38.6% 9.4%

White Non-Resident Alien

0% Race/Ethnicity Unknown 3.7%

Two or More Races

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Loyola Marymount University 1 LMU Drive • Los Angeles, CA 90045 lmu.edu

Admission: 310-338-2750; 800-LMU-INFO • admissions@lmu.edu Financial Aid: 310-338-2753 finaid@lmu.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University • Roman Catholic Affiliation At Loyola Marymount we balance a challenging liberal arts and sciences curriculum with outstanding professional programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Students grow to be fulfilled in their own lives and careers while also being involved in the communities around them. As a Catholic university, LMU is deeply committed to social justice and ethical values and welcomes students to its stunning Los Angeles campus from all spiritual, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 5,962; Grad: 3,407 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 1,300 Largest UG Degree Programs Business Management & Marketing; Visual & Performing Arts; Communication & Journalism; Social Sciences; English Language & Literature/Letters No Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 11:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 89% $39,344 Tuition (w/o financial aid) On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website Auto Regs/Parking Contact Institution Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 140 Student Organizations; 17 Fraternities/Sororities; ROTC Programs

Admission Information Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

$60 Need based $250 Yes

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Fall: Jan. 15; Spring: Oct. 15 Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Rolling Yes 560 to 660 560 to 660 550 to 640 1700 to 1930 3.76

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA Types of Aid Available TEACH Grants; Chafee Grants; Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

11,913 5,975 50.2%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

66% 73%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 77%

Other Countries 4.4% 50.9% Other States 24%

18%

15.7%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .3% 9.8% 5.6% 22.1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic

.2% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 50.7% 4.1%

White

Application Deadline Fall: Mar. 15; Spring: Oct. 15 Priority Scholarship Consideration N/A Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem 30; Max. Sem: 90 (60 from CC) Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA 3.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) 33

Non-Resident Alien

0% Race/Ethnicity Unknown 7.2%

Two or More Races

California 71.6%

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Marymount California University 30800 Palos Verdes Dr. East • Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 marymountpv.edu

Adm.: 310-377-5501 • admissions@marymountpv.edu Fin. Aid: 310-377-5501 • financialaid@marymountpv.edu

Coed • Four-Year/graduate • Traditional Liberal Arts College • Roman Catholic Affiliation Marymount California University is a premier private college on the west coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island. We offer small classes, and an excellent liberal arts and sciences curriculum. We offer Bachelor programs in Business, Liberal Arts, Media Studies, Psychology and Biomedical Science Emphasis for Pre-Health and Pre-Med majors. We also offer Master of Science degrees in Community Psychology and Leadership and Community Development. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Number of Students Undergrad: 1,001; Grad: 0 Average Size of Entering Class 450 Largest UG Degree Programs Liberal Arts; Psychology; Business Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations (1) San Pedro, CA Student to Faculty Ratio 17:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 67% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $29,914 See website Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs Students may have registered cars. No parking fees Extracurricular NAIA Soccer; Lacrosse; Intramural; 29 Student Organizations

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 1 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 81%

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

$40 Yes $200 No

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Adm.

Fall: May 1; Spring: Dec. 1 Fall: Rolling beginning mid-Nov. Spring: Rolling beginning mid-Sep. Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 410 to 530 Writing 410 to 530 Critical Reading 410 to 520 Average GPA of Entering Class 2.94

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

2,476 1,447 58%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

24% 24%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

62% 41%

Other Countries 10%

25%

Other States 9%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 4%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian

9%

Black/African American

28%

Hispanic

2%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

32%

White

8% 16%

California 81%

Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission

Spring: Dec. 1 Mar. 1; Reg. decision: May 1 Fall: Rolling beginning mid-Nov. Spring: Rolling beginning mid-Dec. Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Qtr: 15; Sem: 12 Max. Qtr: 45; Sem: 36 Res. Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 for AA or BA Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

1% Two or More Races

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The Master's College 21726 Placerita Canyon Rd. • Santa Clarita, CA 91321 masters.edu

Adm.: 661-259-3540; 800-568-6248 • admissions@masters.edu Financial Aid: 661-259-3540 • finaid@masters.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College • Non-Denominational The Master’s College is a Christian liberal arts college which exists to advance the kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping men and women for excellence in service to Him in strategic fields of ministry and vocation. This is accomplished through the unreserved commitment to worshiping God, submitting to the authority of the Scriptures, nurturing personal holiness, serving the local church, and penetrating the world with the Truth. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 1,156; Grad: 419 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 340 Largest UG Degree Programs Theology & Religious Vocations; Business, Management & Marketing; Communication, Journalism, & Related Programs; Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies & Humanities; Performing Arts—Music Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 10.3:1 77% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $28,380 Off Campus Housing Policy Must receive Student Life approval Auto Regs Autos need current reg and be in working order. $30 parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 15 Student Organizations

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 2 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific 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 78.5%

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

$40 Yes $0 Nov. 15

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline None Rolling basis beginning Dec. 1 Date Students Notified of Adm. Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 470 to 601 Critical Reading 490 to 620 Combined Scores 960 to 1230 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.7

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

849 521 61%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

48% 55%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Other Countries 2% Other States 23%

California 75%

54.4% 27.1%

Federal Grants

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

16.7% State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Adm. Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted

None Rolling basis beginning Dec. 1 Yes Yes Min. Sem: 24 Max. Sem: 94 (70 from CC) Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 24 Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, see website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 6% 3% 9% 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

67% 5% 3% 5%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Menlo College 1000 El Camino Real • Atherton, CA 94027 www.menlo.edu

Admission: 650-543-3753; 800-55-MENLO • admissions@menlo.edu Financial Aid: 650-543-3880; 800-55-MENLO • financialaid@menlo.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Nonsectarian Business College Menlo stands out in five exciting ways: programs, location, size, sports, and alumni. With a strong liberal arts foundation, Menlo’s field of study includes accounting, finance, management, marketing, international management, entrepreneurship, human resource management, real estate, sports management, MIS and psychology. Known as Silicon Valley’s Business School, Menlo trains tomorrows leaders in an academically challenging environment. Menlo has been named “Best Colleges in the West” by the Princeton Review. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 735 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 280 Largest UG Degree Programs Management; Psychology Distance Learning Offered No Satellite Locations None 14:1 Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 74% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $36,500 Campus Housing Policy Freshmen must live on campus, unless living with a parent or relative w/in a 30 mile radius of campus Free Auto Parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 47 Student Organizations

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 98%

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

$40 Yes $250 EA:Yes; ED: No

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Other Recommended/Required Courses Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

None Rolling Yes None 445 to 565 435 to 530 435 to 530 1,295 to 1,595 3.3

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

1,856 1,711 92%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years

42%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 75% Other Countries 16%

42% 30%

Federal Grants

Other States 23%

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .4% American Indian/Alaska Native 5.6%

Asian

5.9%

Black/African American

20.8% 3.7%

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

36.3% 12.2% 8.8% 6.3%

California 61%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline None Priority Scholarship Consideration Mar. 2 Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered No Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted 90 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree 30 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC Yes; CSUGE Yes CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Mills College 5000 MacArthur Blvd. • Oakland, CA 94613 mills.edu

Admission: 510-430-2135; 800-87-MILLS • admission@mills.edu Financial Aid: 510-430-2000 • finaid@mills.edu

Single Gender (Coed Grad programs) • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College Nestled on 135 lush acres in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College has shaped women’s lives for more than 160 years. Offering a progressive liberal arts and sciences curriculum taught by renowned faculty, Mills gives students the personal attention that leads to extraordinary learning. Mills College is ranked among the top colleges in the West by U.S. News & World Report and as one of the greenest colleges in the nation by the Princeton Review. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 949; Grad: 597 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 340 Largest UG Degree Programs English; Psychology; Political, Legal, and Economic Analysis; Economics; Biology; Studio Art Distance Learning Offered No None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 10:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 77% Tuition 2013-14 (w/o financial aid) $40,210 None On Campus Living Requirements Auto Regs/Parking Permit required Extracurricular Intercollegiate sports; 49 Student Organizations

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Fall: Feb. 15; Spring: Nov. 1 FAFSA and Institution Specific Form Financial Aid Forms Required (Mills College FAF); CA Res.—Cal Grant GPA Verification Form Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Federal Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Need Based Grants & Scholarships; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans; Institutional Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 97%

Admission Information Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen 2,515 1,273 63%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years Freshmen who graduate within six years

Federal Grants

33%

Other Countries 1%

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

American Indian/Alaska Native

12%

Asian

6%

Black/African American

21% 1% 47%

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

White

1%

Non-Resident Alien

2%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

11%

California 73%

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) <1%

51% 59% 63%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Other States 26%

Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Nov. 1 See website Yes, See website 510 to 620 540 to 660 540 to 660 1580 to 1920 3.59

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

74% 37%

$50 Yes $300 Nov. 15

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline

Fall: Mar. 1 (Priority Scholarship Consideration); Apr. 1 (Regular); Spring: Nov. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission See website Advanced Placement Offered Yes Yes Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Sem: 77; Qtr: 110 Sem: 42; Qtr: 60 Res. Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Minimum College GPA Varies Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) 33

Two or More Races

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Mount St. Mary's College 12001 Chalon Rd. • Los Angeles, CA 90049 msmc.la.edu

Admission: 310-954-4250 • admissions@msmc.la.edu Financial Aid: 310-954-4190 • financialaidchalon@msmc.la.edu

Two-Year, Four-Year, and Graduate programs • Traditional Liberal Arts College • Roman Catholic Affiliation Mount St. Mary’s College offers a dynamic learning experience in liberal arts and sciences to a diverse student body. As a Catholic college primarily for women, we are dedicated to providing a superior education enhanced by an emphasis on building leadership skills and fostering a spirit to serve others. Our measure of success is graduates who are committed to using their knowledge and skills to better themselves, their environments, and the world. Campus Information Academic Calendar Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class Largest UG Degree Programs

Semester System Undergrad: 2,458; Grad: 668 432 Nursing; Pre-nursing; Psychology; Biology; Sociology; Business Distance Learning Offered Yes Dual Campus - Chalon/Doheny Satellite Locations (2) Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 82% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $32,882 None On Campus Living Requirements Auto Parking Parking fee Extracurricular Intramural sports; 33 Student Organizations; 3 Fraternities/Sororities

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 98%

State/Local Grants

Student Loans

<1% American Indian/Alaska Native 8%

Asian Black/African American

55% <1% 11%

2,244 1,598 71%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White

44% 59%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Other Countries 1% Other States 2%

Institutional Grants

Spring: Rolling Fall: Rolling Yes 400 to 510 420 to 520 410 to 510 3.35

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

95%

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 17%

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 25 to 75% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Average GPA of Entering Class

57%

Federal Grants

$50 Yes $200 Yes

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 15 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

65%

Admission Information Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

California 97%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Rolling Priority Scholarship Consideration Feb. 15 Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Yes Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 24; Max. Sem: 66 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelor’s Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA 2.4 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

<1% Non-Resident Alien 5% 3%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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National University 11255 North Torrey Pines Rd. • La Jolla, CA 92037 nu.edu

Admission: 800-NAT-UNIV • admissions@nu.edu Financial Aid: 858-642-8500 • finaidinfo@nu.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University National is the second-largest private, nonprofit institution of higher ed in California. Using its core values of quality, access, relevance, accelerated pace, affordability, and community, National continues to focus on making lifelong learning opportunities accessible, challenging, and relevant to a diverse population of nontraditional students. National has 27 campuses in California and one in Henderson, Nevada. NU offers more than 100 grad and undergrad degree programs, both on-campus and online. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar One month course format Number of Students Undergrad: 14,156; Grad: 14,729 Average Size of Entering Class N/A: Rolling Admissions Largest UG Degree Programs BA in Business Administration; BS with a Major in Criminal Justice Administration; BA with a Major in Psychology; BS with a Major in Public Health (Pre-Nursing), BA with a Major in Early Childhood Education Distance Learning Offered Yes Bakersfield, Chula Vista, Costa Mesa, Fresno, Campus Locations (28) La Mesa, Los Angeles, Ontario, Oxnard, Palm Desert (military base), Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Cordova, Redding, San Bernardino, San Diego (2 campuses and 8 military bases), San Jose, Stockton, Woodland Hills, and Henderson, NV Student to Faculty Ratio 11:1 49.7% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) UG $1,467/course; Grad: $1,674/course Campus Housing Policy N/A Auto Regs/Parking Fee for Parking Extracurricular ROTC Programs

Application Fee Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Unknown .4% Other States 19.2%

Yes Yes Min. Sem: None Max. Sem: 90; Qtr: 135 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 45 Yes, full certification only Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth

Student Loans

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian

7.5%

Black/African American

9.0% 11.3% 1.7% 33.8% 1.3% 25.5% 9%

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

California 80%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .8%

20% 23%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

1%

6,485 6,485 100%

Other Countries .4%

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 28.1%

Yes

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid N/A Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; TEACH-AGG-SMART; Merit-based Scholarships; Institutional Loans; Student Loans; Private Loans

23.1%

$60 for domestic and $65 for international No

White

Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Notre Dame de Namur University 1500 Ralston Ave. • Belmont, CA 94002 ndnu.edu

Admission: 650-508-3600; 800-263-0545 • admiss@ndnu.edu Financial Aid: 650-508-3741 • finaid@ndnu.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University • Roman Catholic Affiliation NDNU is a private Catholic, co-educational institution serving 2,000 students. Founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in 1851 and chartered by the state of California in 1868, NDNU maintains a strong commitment to community engagement, social justice, and diversity. NDNU offers twenty-two undergraduate programs, fourteen graduate programs, four credentials, and several certificates. The campus is conveniently located midway between San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Admission Information

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

Semester System Undergrad: 1,183; Grad: 818 182 Biology; Business, Management & Marketing; Liberal Studies (Prep for Teaching); Visual & Performing Arts Yes Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations (2) Mission College, Canada College Student to Faculty Ratio 12:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 81% $30,806 Tuition (w/o financial aid) On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website Auto Parking Fee for Parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 30 Student Organizations

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 1 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

$50 Yes $400 Yes

Fall: Aug. 1; Spring: Dec. 1 Rolling Yes, see website 430 to 530 440 to 530 440 to 520 1310 to 1580 3.1

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

2,209 1,652 75%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

43% 52%

97%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

76% 50%

Other Countries 2%

34%

Federal Grants

Other States 14%

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native

11%

Asian

7%

Black/African American

29% 3% 27% 4% 14% 4%

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

White

California 84%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Spring: Dec. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration Regular decision: Aug. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted See website 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) 33

Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Occidental College 1600 Campus Rd. • Los Angeles, CA 90041 oxy.edu

Admission: 800-825-5262; 323-259-2700 • admission@oxy.edu Financial Aid: 323-259-2548/323-222-1111 • finaid@oxy.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College As the oldest liberal arts college in Los Angeles, Occidental offers a unique combination of a rigorous academic program, small size, diverse student body, and all the resources of one of the world’s great cities. Our interdisciplinary, hands-on approach challenges you to develop a wide range of skills; our close-knit community (80% of students live on campus) and our beautiful campus makes us what one college guide calls, “an urban oasis.” Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 2,123; Grad: N/A Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 540 Largest UG Degree Programs Diplomacy & World Affairs; English & Comparative Literary Studies; Economics; Psychology; Art History/Visual Arts No Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 10:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 92% $43,490 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Campus Housing Policy Entering frosh, sophomores, & juniors must live on campus Auto Regs/Parking Free parking; permit required Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural Sports; Athletic Scholarships; 100 Student Organizations; 8 Fraternities/Sororities

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and CSS Profile Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Types of Aid Available Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen 6,135 2,409 39%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Other Countries 4%

58%

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .5% 14% 4%

California 40%

Other States 56%

18%

Federal Grants

85% 95%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

75%

Fall: Jan. 10 Fall: Apr. 1 Yes 600 to 690 600 to 690 600 to 690 1,830 to 2,060 3.67

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

25%

$60 Yes $500 ED I: Nov. 15; ED II: Jan. 2

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American

14%

Hispanic

.5%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

54% 3%

Non-Resident Alien

4%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

6%

Two or More Races

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Fall: Mar. 15; Spring: Oct. 15 Date Students Notified of Adm. Fall: May 1-15; Spring: Dec. 1-15 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 32; Max. Sem: 64 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 64 Minimum College GPA 3.3 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) 0

White

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Otis College of Art and Design 9045 Lincoln Blvd. • Los Angeles, CA 90045 otis.edu

Admission: 310-665-6820; 800-527-OTIS • admissions@otis.edu Financial Aid: 310-665-6880 • otisaid@otis.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Specialized College Otis College of Art and Design prepares diverse students of art and design to enrich our world through their creativity, their skill, and their vision. Otis offers an interdisciplinary education for 1,100 students, awarding BFA degrees in advertising, architecture/ landscape/interiors, digital media, fashion design, graphic design, illustration, product design, painting, photography, sculpture/new genres, and toy design; and MFA degrees in fine arts, graphic design, public practice, and writing. Admission Information

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

Semester System Undergrad: 1,105; Grad: 60 185 Fashion Design; Digital Media Design; Product Design; Communication Arts; Graphic Design; Illustration; Advertising Distance Learning Offered No Satellite Locations (2) Fashion Design in Los Angeles; Graduate Five Art Studio in Culver City Student to Faculty Ratio 8.3:1 87% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $39,430 On/Off Campus Housing Policy Limited availability Auto Regs/Parking Free parking provided Extracurricular 15 Student Organizations

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

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Target Date Date Students Notified of Admission Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Critical Reading Average GPA of Entering Class

82%

Profile of Incoming Freshmen 1,493 820 55%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within six years

Other Countries 8%

82%

30%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

American Indian/Alaska Native

33% 3% 13% 1% 23% 16% 10% 0%

California 77%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1%

72% 52%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Other States 15%

Fall: Feb. 15; Spring: Dec. 1 Rolling 460 to 620 460 to 570 3.13

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 82%

$60 Yes $250 No

Asian Black/African American

Student Loans

Application Deadline Fall: Feb. 15; Spring: Dec. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration Fall: Feb. 15; Spring: Dec. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered No Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 1.0; Max. Sem: 68 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 62 Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No, See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) No, see website

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Pacific Oaks College 45 Eureka Street • Pasadena, CA 91103 pacificoaks.edu

Admission: 626-529-8061; 877-314-2380 • admissions@pacificoaks.edu Financial Aid: 625-529-8466; 877-314-2380 • pocfinancialaid@pacificoaks.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Specialized College Pacific Oaks College, with its main campus in Pasadena, is an educational institution offering upper division and graduate-level college programs in human development, counseling (Marriage, Family Therapy - MFT), and teacher education. Unique MFT specializations are offered in African American and Latina/o Family Studies. Our primary focus is placed upon the needs of all young children and their families, and all those who, in a direct or indirect manner, touch their lives each day. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Number of Students Undergrad: 38%; Grad: 62% Average Size of Entering Class 280 Social Sciences/Human Development Largest UG Degree Programs Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations (5) Santa Cruz; Salinas; Sacramento;Visalia; Chico. Student to Faculty Ratio 20:1 Tuition (w/o financial aid) $736/unit UG; $958/unit grad level N/A On/Off Campus Housing Policy Open parking Auto Parking Extracurricular xxx

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Pacific Oaks does not accept first-time freshmen

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Pacific Oaks does not accept first-time freshmen

Financial Aid Information

Graduation Rates

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Student Loans; Private Loans

Pacific Oaks does not accept first-time freshmen

Freshmen Class Geographical Profile Pacific Oaks does not accept first-time freshmen

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid Pacific Oaks does not accept first-time freshmen

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native

0%

Asian

11%

Black/African American

38% 5%

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

31% 0% 14%

White Non-Resident Alien

$55 No $100 Yes

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration

Call for info Call for info Regular decision: Call for info Date Students Notified of Admission Fall, Spring, and Summer: Rolling No Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given No Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 60 Max. Sem: 90, w/restrictions Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA N/A Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth N/A, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (BA) Yes

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

0% Two or More Races

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Pacific Union College One Angwin Ave. • Angwin, CA 94508 puc.edu

Admission: 707-965-6336; 800-862-7080 • enroll@puc.edu Financial Aid: 707-965-7200 • finaid@puc.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College • Seventh-day Adventist Affiliation Located in the Napa Valley, Pacific Union College is a Christian liberal arts college sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Its mission is to prepare students for lives of useful human service and uncompromising personal integrity. Sixteen departments house 36 majors, 23 pre-professional programs and two master’s degrees.The 200-acre main campus is surrounded by approximately 1,800 acres of college-owned agricultural and forested land laced with hiking and biking trails. Campus Information

Admission Information

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

Quarter System Undergrad: 1,564; Grad: 40 360 Nursing; Business, Pre-Medicine; Pre-Dentistry Distance Learning Offered No Clearlake; Fairfield; Napa Satellite Locations (3) Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 77% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $26,550 22 or under, unmarried On-campus Living Requirements Auto Parking Assigned parking lots Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 38 Student Organizations

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Average GPA of Entering Class

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Apr. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific 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

$30 Yes 0 No

Rolling Rolling No, see website 420 to 580 440 to 560 440 to 590 3.30

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

2,105 995 47%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

23% 37%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

100% 83%

Other Countries 1% 47%

Other States 15%

34%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 18% 7% 23% 2% 29% 3% 11% 5%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic

California 84%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Rolling Priority Scholarship Consideration Regular decision: Yes Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Qtr: None; Max. Qtr: No limit Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelor’s Degree Qtr: 36 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) 6

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Palo Alto University 1791 Arastradero Road • Palo Alto, CA 90263 Admission: 800-818-6136 • admissions@paloaltou.edu paloaltou.edu Financial Aid: Grad. 650-433-3824 • financialaid@paloaltou.edu Undergrad. 877-387-0976 • ugfa@paloaltou.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive PAU brings together a community of highly talented faculty and graduate students working side-by-side to bring scientific rigor and theoretical knowledge to the analysis and practice of clinical psychology. PAU supports varying world views, broad cultural and professional backgrounds, and a wide range of alternative perspectives. PAU is deeply committed to the integration of professional ethics with professional practice, to the education and training of students as active researchers as well as competent practitioners. Admission Information

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

Quarter System Undergrad: 170; Grad: 706 85 Psychology and Social Action Business Psychology Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations (3) Please list De Anza College, Foothill College, College of San Mateo Undergrad Student to Faculty Ratio 11;1 Incoming Undergrad 1-year Retention 80% Tuition (w/o financial aid) UG $14,350 Grad: $37,700 N/A On/Off Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking N/A Extracurricular N/A

Types of Aid Available

UG N/A; Grad $40-50 No

Procedures & Standards—Incoming Undergrads Accept/Recommend A-E Course Pattern

Yes

Profile of Incoming Undergrads Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

149 141 95%

Graduation Rates Undergrads who graduate within four years

84%

Incoming Undergrad Class Geographical Profile

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Financial Aid Forms Required

Application Fee Early Action

Mar. 2 FAFSA, GPA, FA Questionaire, Verification Documents (if applicable) Grants, Scholarships, Work Study, Loans

Other Countries 4%

California 96%

Percent of Incoming UG’s Receiving Financial Aid 65%

53% 39% 11%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Advanced Placement Offered No Advanced Credit Given Yes Min. Sem: 60; Max. Sem: 60; Qtr: 90 Transfer Units Accepted Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 60; Qtr: 90 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native

19%

Asian

4%

Black/African American

25%

Hispanic

1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 34% 5% 10%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown

1% Two or More Races

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Pepperdine University 24255 Pacific Coast Highway • Malibu, CA 90263 pepperdine.edu

Admission: 310-506-4392 • admission-seaver@pepperdine.edu Financial Aid: 310-506-4301 • finaid2@pepperdine.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive • Church of Christ Affiliation Founded in 1937, Pepperdine is a private Christian university committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values, where students are strengthened for lives of purpose, service, and leadership. Renowned for its high academic standards, its nationally acclaimed Division 1 athletics program, and its internationally ranked study abroad programs, Pepperdine is a unique community that is committed to serving the needs of each and every one of its 3,200 undergraduates. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 3,220; Grad: 2,758 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class Varies Largest UG Degree Programs Business, Management, Marketing; Communication, Journalism & Related Programs; Social Sciences; Visual & Performing Arts; Psychology; Philosophy & Religious Studies; Foreign Languages, Literature & Linguistics Distance Learning Offered No Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 91.4% $44,650 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Campus Housing Policy 1st & 2nd year students must live on campus Auto Regs/Parking Free parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 60 Student Organizations; 11 Fraternities/Sororities; ROTC Programs

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 15 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Application Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Perkins Loans;Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 71%

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

10,464 3,862 36.9%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Federal Grants

14% State/Local Grants

1% 7%

Student Loans

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American

15%

Hispanic

<1%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

45%

White

9%

Non-Resident Alien

6%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

5%

California 58%

Other States 33% Institutional Grants

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 12%

73.3% 80.9%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

63%

Other Countries 9%

Fall: Jan. 5; Spring: Oct. 15 Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Nov. 15 Yes 570 to 680 570 to 670 560 to 660 1730 to 1988 3.65

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information

22%

$65 Yes $750 No

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Fall: Jan5; Spring: Oct. 15 Reg. Scholarship Decision Deadline Fall/Spring: Feb. 15/Oct 15 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall/Spring: Apr. 1/Nov. 15 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 30; Max. Sem: 64 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 64 Minimum College GPA N/A Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

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Pitzer College 1050 N. Mills Ave. • Claremont, CA 91711 pitzer.edu

Admission: 909-621-8129; 800-PITZER1 • admission@pitzer.edu Financial Aid: 909-621-8208 • financial_aid@pitzer.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College Pitzer is a nationally top ranked undergraduate college of liberal arts and sciences. We produce engaged, socially responsible citizens through a rigorous, interdisciplinary education emphasizing social justice, intercultural understanding, and environmental sensitivity. The meaningful participation of students, faculty and staff in college governance and academic program design is a Pitzer core value. Pitzer thrives within the mutually supportive framework of Claremont Colleges. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 1,084; Grad: 0 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 270 Largest UG Degree Programs Psychology/Sociology; English & World Literature; Studio Art; Media Studies; Political Studies Distance Learning Offered No None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 10:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 90% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $45,018 See website On/Off Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking See website Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 70+ Student Organizations

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Critical Reading Average GPA of Entering Class

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and CSS Profile 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

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

35%

Graduation Rates

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Other Countries 2%

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 9% 7% 14%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 49% 4% 16%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown

California 42%

Other States 56%

Student Loans

American Indian/Alaska Native

82% 82%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

35%

8%

Federal Grants

1%

4,105 599 14.6%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Fall: Jan. 1 Fall: Apr. 1 No, see website 580 to 690 590 to 710 3.9

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information

14%

$60 Yes $300 Yes

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Fall: Apr. 15; Spring: Oct. 15 Priority Scholarship Consideration Regular decision: Feb. 1 Date Students Notified of Adm. Fall: May 15; Spring: Nov. 15 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 16; Qtr: 24; Max. Sem: 64; Qtr: 96 Residential Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 16 Pitzer courses Minimum College GPA 3.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website

0% Two or More Races

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Point Loma Nazarene University 3900 Lomaland Drive • San Diego, CA 92106 pointloma.edu

Admissions: 619-849-2273; 800-733-7770 • admissions@pointloma.edu Financial Aid: 619-849-2538 • SFS@pointloma.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University • Church of Nazarene Affiliation Point Loma Nazarene University’s breathtaking ocean view is only the beginning of a college experience that is truly exceptional. Point Loma offers top-notch academic programs with small class sizes and professors who get to know you personally. PLNU’s prime location in San Diego means you’ll find yourself in a close-knit Christian community within a city bustling with opportunities. Challenge your mind, grow spiritually, and make friends that last a lifetime. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 2,450; Grad: 800 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 601 Largest UG Degree Programs Business Management; Marketing; Nursing; Kinesiology; Communications; Biology Distance Learning Offered No Bakersfield & Mission Valley Satellite Locations (2) Grad only Student to Faculty Ratio 14:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 83% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $29,750 See website On/Off Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking See website Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 32 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 15 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

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 81%

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admis. Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

State/Local Grants

Graduation Rates

6% 3% 19% 1%

Other States 20% Institutional Grants

California 80%

Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

66% 0%

Non-Resident Alien

1%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

3%

60% 71%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 2%

3,553 1,982 55%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

24%

Federal Grants

Fall: Feb. 15; Spring: Oct. 1 Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Nov. 1 Yes 630 to 530 620 to 520 630 to 520 1260 to 1070 3.78

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

65% 30%

$50 Yes $425 Nov. 15

White

Application Deadline Spring:Yes Priority Scholarship Consideration Regular decision: Feb. 15 Date Students Notified of Admission Apr. 1 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: None Max. Sem: 70 community college units Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 24 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No, See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

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Pomona College 333 N. College Way • Claremont, CA 91711 pomona.edu

Admissions: 909-621-8134 • admissions@pomona.edu Financial Aid: 909-621-8205 • financial.aid@pomona.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College Throughout its history, Pomona has educated men and women of exceptional promise. We gather students, regardless of financial need, into a small residential community strongly rooted in southern California but global in its orientation.Through close ties among diverse faculty, staff, and classmates, students engage in probing inquiry that enables them to identify and address their intellectual passions. This experience will guide their contributions as the next generation of leaders, scholars, artists, and citizens. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 1,560; Grad: 0 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 400 Largest UG Degree Programs Sciences; Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies; Natural Sciences; English Language & Literature/Letters: History Distance Learning Offered No None Satellite Locations Student to Faculty Ratio 8:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 99% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $43,255 See website On/Off Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking See website Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 227 Student Organizations; 3 Fraternities/Sororities

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Financial Aid Forms Required Types of Aid Available

Feb. 1 FAFSA and CSS Profile Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Perkins; Work Study; Institutional Grants; Private

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 54.8% of first year students received Financial Aid this year

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

13.9%

Graduation Rates

6.8% 11.2% 6.4%

89% 95%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 7% Other Countries Other States 63%

Asian Black/African American

California 30%

Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 44.6%

7,456 966 12.96%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

.1% American Indian/Alaska Native 6.2%

Fall: Jan. 1 Fall: Apr. 1 Yes 680 to 760 680 to 780 680 to 770 2040 to 2310 See website

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 10.8%

$70 Yes $500 Yes

Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

White

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Minimum College GPA Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth

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Fall: Mar. 15 Fall: May 15 Yes Yes Min. Sem: 24: Qtr: 36 Max. Sem: 64: Qtr: 96 Sem: 64 Yes Yes, See website

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Saint Mary's College of California 1928 Saint Mary’s Rd. • Moraga, CA 94556 stmarys-ca.edu

Admission: 925-631-4224; 800-800-4SMC • smcadmit@stmarys-ca.edu Financial Aid: 925-631-4370; 866-306-0390 • finaid@stmarys-ca.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive College • Roman Catholic Affiliation Saint Mary’s College of California is one of the oldest and most distinguished colleges in the West. Its reputation for excellence, innovation, and responsiveness in education comes from its heritage as a Catholic, Lasallian, and liberal arts institution. This heritage creates a unique, personalized, student-centered learning environment. Located in the rolling hills of the Moraga Valley, the 420-acre campus offers spaciousness and beauty with proximity to the cultural centers of the San Francisco Bay Area.­ Campus Information

Admission Information

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

4-1-4 System Undergrad: 2,996; Grad: 1,103 648 Accounting; Business Administration; Communication; Kinesiology; Psychology Distance Learning Offered Grad/Prof degree programs only Grad/Prof degree programs only Satellite Locations (5) in San Ramon; Sacramento; Santa Clara; L.A.; Las Vegas; N.Y. City Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 88.5% $38,450 Tuition (w/o financial aid) On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website Auto Regs Parking permit required, no fee Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 56 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Samuel Merritt University

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 1 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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Median for Freshman Class Math Scores Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

24.6%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

5,276 3,452 65%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .5% American Indian/Alaska Native 10.9% 4.3% 25.5%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

.0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 46.1% 2.5%

53% 57%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

90%

Other States 11.1%

Institutional Grants

Fall: Jan. 15; Spring: Dec. 15 Fall: Feb. 15; Spring: Rolling Yes 560 550 1110 3.58

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Other Countries 3.2% 25.4%

$55 Yes $300 Yes

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information

92%

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

California 85.7%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Spring: Nov. 1 Scholarship Consideration Priority: Mar. 1; Regular: Apr. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 23; Qtr: 34.5; Max. Sem: 64 Minimum College GPA 2.3 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC:Yes; CSUGE: See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) 33

White

Non-Resident Alien

5.2%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

5.2%

Two or More Races

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Samuel Merritt University 3100 Telegraph Ave., #1000 • Oakland, CA 94609 samuelmerritt.edu

Adm: 510-869-6610; 800-607-6377 • admission@samuelmerritt.edu Financial Aid: 510-869-1550 • finaid@samuelmerritt.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Specialized Health Sciences College Samuel Merritt University, founded in 1909 as a hospital school of nursing, is a fully accredited health sciences institution. In addition to the BSN degree, master’s degrees are offered in nursing, occupational therapy, and physician assistant studies. Doctoral degrees are offered in physical therapy, nursing, and podiatric medicine. A partnership nursing program for freshmen has been established with Saint Mary’s College of California, Holy Names University, Notre Dame de Namur, and Mills College. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Calendar varies by program Number of Students Undergrad: 518; Masters: 593; Doctoral: 285 Average Size of Entering Class Varies by program Largest UG Degree Program BS in Nursing Distance Learning Offered Yes Satellite Locations (2) San Mateo and Sacramento Student to Faculty Ratio Varies by program Tuition (w/o financial aid) Varies by program On/Off Campus Living Requirements None Auto Parking Multiple garages and street parking 10 Student Organizations; 1 Fraternities/Sororities Extracurricular

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

Varies by program Varies by program $350/$1,000 (DPM) No

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Samuel Merritt does not admit first time Freshmen

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Samuel Merritt does not admit first time Freshmen

Financial Aid Information Financial Aid Forms Required Types of Aid Available: Federal (Pell Grants, SEOG) State (Cal Grants A & B) College and Private grants Federal, State, College & Private scholarships Merit-and Need-based Scholarships

FAFSA

Freshmen Class Graduation Rates Samuel Merritt does not admit first time Freshmen

Freshmen Class Geographical Profile Samuel Merritt does not admit first time Freshmen

Percent of Entering Students Receiving Financial Aid 43% 8%

Federal Grants

9%

2% State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers (BSN only) Application Deadline Fall: Mar. 1; Spring: Sep. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall: after Jun. 1; Spring: Dec. Advanced Placement Offered No Advanced Credit Given Yes Minimum Prerequisite & Science Prerequisite GPA Highly suggested 3.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No

Diversity (All Undergraduates—Fall 2011) 1% 27% 5% 10% 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

38% 0% Non-Resident Alien 13% 5%

White

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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San Diego Christian College 2100 Greenfield Drive • El Cajon, CA 92109 sdcc.edu

Admission: 800-676-2242 • admissions@sdcc.edu Financial Aid: 619-201-8730 • enrollmentservices@sdcc.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts • Inter-denominational Christian College The mission of San Diego Christian College is to engage Christians in an academic community that offers a liberal arts education, promotes an environment of scholarship, and fosters the examination of truth, preparing them to influence the world through Godly character within a framework of the authority and inerrancy of scripture. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 729; Grad: 0 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 225 Largest UG Degree Programs Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies; Business; Kinesiology; Psychology/Communication/Liberal Studies; Theology & Religious vocations Yes Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations Minnesota Student to Faculty Ratio 14:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 67% $24,540 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Housing Policy Under 21 must live on campus or live with family Auto Parking Included in fees Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 25 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

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 Student Loans; Perkins Loans; Work Study; Institutional Scholarships; Payment Plan; Parent Loans; Private Loans; Endowment Scholarships

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

595 253 42%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within six years

Other States 30% 29%

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native

2%

Asian

15%

Black/African American

16%

Hispanic

1%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

40%

30% 43%

76%

50%

Federal Grants

None As admitted No, see website 410 to 540 430 to 540 430 to 550 1270 to 1630 3.08

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

89%

$35 Free Online $100 No

California 70%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline None Priority Scholarship Consideration None Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: as admitted Advanced Placement Accepted Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min: None; Sem: 90 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 34 Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

White

1% Non-Resident Alien 20% 4%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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San Francisco Art Institute 800 Chestnut St. • San Francisco, CA 94133 sfai.edu

Admission: 415-749-4500 • admissions@sfai.edu Financial Aid: 415-749-4520 • financialaid@sfai.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Specialized Institution Founded in 1871, SFAI is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious schools of higher education in contemporary art, with illustrious faculty and alumni in all areas of focus. A small school with global impact, SFAI has consistently held fast to a core philosophy of fostering creativity and critical thinking in an open, experimental, and interdisciplinary environment. At SFAI, the focus is on educating artists who will become the creative leaders of their generation. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Number of Students Undergrad: 453; Grad: 217 Average Size of Entering Class 271 Largest UG Degree Programs Painting; Photography; Film Distance Learning Offered No Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 11:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 63% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $37,536 Available, not required Campus Housing Policy Parking Lot reserved for faculty and staff; students park in campus perimeter & neighborhood 1 Student Organization Extracurricular

Admission Information Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Priority Deadlines Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required Institution Specific & FAFSA; Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Grants; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

$65; $85 for International applications Yes $350

Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Nov. 15 Rolling No 430 to 550 490 to 560 470 to 590 1410 to 1760 3.0

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

511 321 63%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

98%

21% 30%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 74%

Other Countries 13%

California 49%

40% Other States 38%

15%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 4% 2% 13% >1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

52%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Priority Deadlines Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Nov. 15 Priority Scholarship Consideration Apr. 20 Date Students Notified of Admission Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted 60 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree 60 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Contact Admissions CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) None

White

10%

Non-Resident Alien

8%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

9%

Two or More Races

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San Francisco Conservatory of Music 50 Oak St. • San Francisco, CA 94102 sfcm.edu

Admission: 800-899--SFCM (7326) • admit@sfcm.edu Financial Aid: 415-503-6214 • finaid@sfcm.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Specialized Institution San Francisco Conservatory of Music is located in a new, state-of-the art facility in downtown San Francisco. With a student body of 400, SFCM educates exceptionally talented musicians to become artists of the highest caliber, as well as musical citizens prepared for the challenges of the twenty-first century. Students at SFCM have come from around the country and world to experience small studio size, close and personal attention from artist-faculty, and extensive performance opportunities. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 189; Grad: 231 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 170 Largest UG Degree Programs Visual & Performing Arts Distance Learning Offered No Student to Faculty Ratio 6:1 80% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $39,600 Housing Policy Partnership with a dormitory as well as off-campus housing. See website Allowed, although limited Auto Parking Extracurricular 1 Student Organization

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 15 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Types of Aid Available Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admis. Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Graduation Rates

74%

Other Countries 17%

15% Institutional Grants

66% 68%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

40%

State/Local Grants

257 118 45%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

98%

Federal Grants

Fall: Dec. 1; Spring: Oct. 1 Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Dec. 1 Yes N/A N/A N/A N/A 3.25

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

$110 No $500 No

California 39%

Other States 44%

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) Procedures & Standards—Transfers

0% American Indian/Alaska Native 7% 9% 4% 1%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

42% 21% 5% 11%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown

Application Deadline Fall: Dec. 1; Spring: Oct. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration Regular decision: Apr. 1 Date Students Notified of Admis. Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Dec. 1 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. or Max: None Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 12 Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website

Two or More Races

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Santa Clara University Admission: 408-554-4700 • admission@scu.edu Financial Aid: 408-554-4505 • onestop@scu.edu

500 El Camino Real • Santa Clara, CA 95053 scu.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University • Roman Catholic Jesuit Affiliation Founded in 1851, Santa Clara University is committed to educating leaders of competence, conscience, and compassion. More than 5,200 undergraduate students from across the US and around the world call this university home. Our undergraduates can choose from 50 majors within the arts and sciences, business and engineering, with the opportunity to work across disciplines. SCU is a Jesuit, Catholic university inspired by a 450-year-old tradition that takes a humanistic approach to education. Campus Information

Admission Information

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

Varies based on program Undergrad: 5,250; Grad: 3,269 1,286 (3-yr avg) Communication; Finance; Political Science; Psychology; Economics Distance Learning Offered No Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley Additional Locations (1) Student to Faculty Ratio 12:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 95% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $42,156 Not required, but recommended On-Campus Housing Policy Auto Parking Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors only Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 100+ Student Organizations;

Financial Aid Information Early Action for Fin. Aid CSS Profile: Nov. 15, FAFSA: Feb. 1 Regular Decision for Financial Aid CSS Profile & FAFSA: Feb. 1 Cal Grant Deadlines Mar. 2 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and CSS Profile Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 74%

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline

Early Action & Early Decision: Nov. 1 Reg. Decision: Jan. 7 Date Students Notified of Adm. Early Action & Early Decision: Late Dec.; Reg. Decision: Late Mar. Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Other Recommended/Req’d Courses English 4/4; Mathematics 3/4; Science 2/3-4; Foreign Language 2/3-4; Social Studies 3/3; Electives 1/1; Performing Arts 0/1 Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 610 to 700 Critical Reading 590 to 680 3.64 Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Federal Grants

Graduation Rates

Other Countries 3% Institutional Grants

.2% American Indian/Alaska Native 3.1% 17.5%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

.3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 46.2% 3.1% 9.6% 6.4%

White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

California 59%

Other States 38%

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 13.6%

79% 85%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

10% State/Local Grants

14,339 7,344 51.22%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

41% 13%

$55 Yes $400 Nov. 1

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Winter: Oct 1; Fall: Rolling, Jan. 7—Apr. 15 SCU Scholarship Consideration Considered at time of admission Date Students Notified of Adm. Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Varies by college, see website Res. Units Required for a Bachelors Degree See website Minimum College GPA See website Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No, See website CA Comm. College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Varies by college

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Scripps College 1030 Columbia Ave. • Claremont, CA 91711 scrippscollege.edu

Admission: 909-621-8149 • admission@scrippscollege.edu Financial Aid: 909-621-8275 • finaid@scrippscollege.edu

Single Gender • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College Scripps College offers the best of both worlds: as the women’s college of The Claremont Colleges, on one of the nation’s most beautiful campuses, it offers an intense and intimate educational experience grounded in a core curriculum. As part of a consortium of outstanding liberal arts colleges and graduate institutions literally next door to one another, it provides myriad opportunities for academic and extra-curricular activities both at Scripps and the other Claremont Colleges. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 945 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 235 Largest UG Degree Programs Politics/International Relations; Media Studies; Psychology; Studio Art; Economics Distance Learning Offered No 10.2:1 Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 92% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $45,350 Housing Policy First-year students required to live on campus See website Auto Regs/Parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Over 200 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Financial Aid Information First-Year Deadline for Financial Aid N/A (must follow admission plan deadlines posted on website) FAFSA and CSS/Fin. Aid Profile Financial Aid Forms Required Types of Aid Available Federal Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Federal Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Federal Work Study; Campus Employment; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Alternative/private student loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 46% 11%

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—First-Years Application Deadline Fall: Jan. 2 Fall: Apr. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Honors AP, &/or IB curriculum Recommended/Req’d Courses Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 620 to 700 Writing 650 to 730 Critical Reading 640 to 730 Average GPA of Entering Class 4.1 (weighted)

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

State/Local Grants

Graduation Rates

Other Countries 8.1% Institutional Grants

Student Loans

9%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

.3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 52% 4.8% 8.6% 3.2%

White Non-Resident Alien

Other States 40%

California 51.9%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

.2% American Indian/Alaska Native 3.8%

85% 89%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

39%

(All Undergraduates) 18.2%

2,373 769 32.4%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

7%

Federal Grants

$60 Yes $500 Yes

Application Deadline Spring: Nov. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration None for transfer students Date Students Notified of Adm. Fall: May 15; Spring: Dec. 15 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 16; Qtr: 24; Max. Sem: 64; Qtr: 96 Res Units Required for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 24 Qtr: 96 or 16 courses Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC:Yes; CSUGE: See website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Simpson University 2211 College View Dr. • Redding, CA 96003 simpsonu.edu

Admission: 530-226-4606; 888-9-SIMPSON • admissions@simpsonu.edu Financial Aid: 530-226-4606; 888-9-SIMPSON • financialaid@simpsonu.edu

Coed Residential • Four-Year • Liberal Arts & Professional Studies • Christian & Missionary Alliance • Comprehensive Simpson University is a Christ-centered learning community located in scenic northern California. We offer innovative programs in undergraduate, continuing, and graduate studies as well as seminary. The Simpson experience is confirmed through our mission of developing each student in mind, faith, and character for a lifetime of meaningful work and service in a constantly changing world. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System 1,250 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 250 Largest UG Degree Programs Business Administration; Liberal Arts; Psychology; Theology & Religious Vocations; Communication Distance Learning Offered No 16:1 Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 74% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $22,400 Housing Policy Exemption requests available Available Auto Parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 14 Student Organizations

Financial Aid Information

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

$25 Yes $100 Yes

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Early Action Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Dec. 1 Fall and Spring: Daily Yes 440 to 550 460 to 540 440 to 550 1340 to 1640 3.5

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid May 1 Profile of Incoming Freshmen Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Applicants Types of Aid Available Institutional Need-based and Merit-based Scholarships; Admitted Work Study; Perkins Loans; Direct Loans; Fall Admit Rate Private Loans; Deferred Payment Plan

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 98%

48%

Federal Grants

96%

Other States 20%

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Asian

4%

Black/African American

11% 1% 72% 0 4% 2%

Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Non-Resident Alien

California 80%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

American Indian/Alaska Native

4%

41.3%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 2%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within five years

37%

State/Local Grants

428 314 73%

White

Application Deadline Spring: Dec. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration May 1 Reg. decision: See website Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Daily Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: None; Max. Sem: 94 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 2.5 Minimum College GPA Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Comm. College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) Shasta College

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Sofia University 1069 East Meadow Circle • Palo Alto, CA 94303 sofia.edu

Admission: 650-493-4430 x 237 • admissions@sofia.edu Financial Aid: 650-493-4430 x 241 • financial_aid@sofia.edu

Coed • Two-year BA Completion degrees and graduate programs offered • Comprehensive • Non-sectarian Founded in 1975, Sofia University is a private, non-profit and non-sectarian university accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. For over thirty-five years, within the context of scholarship and research, the school has offered transformative eduction for the whole person, probing the mind, body, spirit connection. As Sofia University, the school is broadening its mission, reaching into multiple disciplines and, in Fall 2013, added undergraduate study. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Quarter System Number of Students N/A Average Size of Entering Class N/A Largest UG Degree Programs Bachelor Completion programs Yes Distance Learning Offered Student to Faculty Ratio 15:1 Returning Students -----Tuition (w/o financial aid) UG $18,000; Grad: $16-28,000 On/Off Campus Housing Policy N/A Parking Free Extracurricular N/A

Application Fee Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Incoming Students Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Jun. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA Types of Aid Available All Federal, State, Institution Grants, Loans & Scholarships

Profile of Incoming Students Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

TBD%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Unknown TBD%

TBD%

Asian

6%

Black/African American

7%

California TBD%

Other Countries TBD% Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth

American Indian/Alaska Native

7%

N/A% N/A%

Student Geographical Profile

Other States TBD%

Diversity (All Students) 1%

TBD TBD TBD%

Bachelor Completion Students who graduate within one year Bachelor Completion Students who graduate within two years

Percent of Incoming Students Receiving Financial Aid TBD%

Yes/No

Graduation Rates

Financial Aid Information

TBD%

$50 Yes

Yes Yes 0 Qtr: 45 See website

Hispanic

<1%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

65%

White

0% Non-Resident Alien 7% 6%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Soka University of America 1 University Dr. • Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 soka.edu

Admission: 949-480-4150 • admission@soka.edu Financial Aid: 949-480-4150 • financialaid@soka.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Liberal Arts University • Interdisciplinary Soka University of America is a private, four-year liberal arts college in Aliso Viejo, CA. Soka offers a 9:1 student/faculty ratio and study abroad for all undergraduate students. Sixty percent of Soka’s students have come from the U.S. and approximately 40% from 35 other countries. Founded on the belief that student-centered education is the best way to promote peace and human rights, Soka prepares students for graduate studies and the world of work in an increasingly diverse and global society. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 436 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 110 Largest UG Degree Programs Social & Behavioral Sciences; Humanities; International Studies; Environmental Studies Distance Learning Offered No 9:1 Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 99% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $27,950 Housing Policy Undergraduates are required to live on campus, unless they petition See website Auto Regs/Parking (Students may bring cars to campus and there is no fee for this) Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 34 Student Organizations;

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 15 Fin. Aid Forms Req’d FAFSA & Fed. Income Tax Forms; May 1 Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Work Study; Merit-based Scholarships; Need-based Scholarships; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Profile of Incoming Freshmen 345 158 45%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Other Countries 40%

California 34%

41% 27%

State/Local Grants

Other States 26% Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Not Applicable

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 21% 4% 10% 1% 18%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White

39%

Non-Resident Alien

3%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

3%

Two or More Races

84% 92%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 63%

Federal Grants

Fall: Oct. 15 or Jan. 15 Fall: Dec. 1 or Mar. 1 Recommended 590 to 700 540 to 620 490 to 640 1760 3.73

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

100%

$45/paper, $30/online Yes $400 EA: Oct. 15; ED: Dec.1

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Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305 stanford.edu

Admission: 650-723-2091 • admission@stanford.edu Financial Aid: 650-723-3058 • financialaid@stanford.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Research University Stanford is one of the world’s leading research universities. Stanford is known for its entrepreneurial character drawn from the legacy of its founders, Jane and Leland Stanford, and its relationship to Silicon Valley. Research and teaching stresses interdisciplinary approaches to problem solving. Areas of excellence range from the humanities to social sciences to engineering and the sciences. Stanford is located in California’s Bay Area, one of the most intellectually dynamic and culturally diverse areas of the nation. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Quarter System Undergrad: 6,999; Grad: 8,871 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 1,700 Largest UG Degree Programs N/A Distance Learning Offered (for Graduate students only) Yes Student to Faculty Ratio 5:1 $41,250 Tuition (w/o financial aid) On Campus Housing Policy Freshmen must live on campus Auto Regs Freshmen may not have cars on campus. Fee based parking Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Extracurricular Athletic Scholarships; 650 Student Organizations; 30 Fraternities/Sororities

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 15 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and CSS Profile Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Types of Aid Available Institutional Scholarships; Federal Student and Parent Loans; Private Loans; Work-Study

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 59%

$90 Yes $200 Yes

Fall: Jan. 1 Fall: Apr. 1 See website 700 to 790 700 to 780 680 to 780 2100 to 2310

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

36,632 2,423 6.6%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

80% 92%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 16%

Federal Grants

13%

6% State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Other Countries 10%

Student Loans

Other States 52%

Diversity (All Undergraduates) <1% American Indian/Alaska Native 19% 6% 17%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

<1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 38% 7%

White Non-Resident Alien

California 38%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Res. Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Minimum College GPA Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth

Fall: Mar. 15 Fall: May 15 Yes Yes Min. Sem: 26; Qtr: 39 Max. Sem: 60; Qtr: 90 (2 years) Qtr: 90 See website See website

1% Race/Ethnicity Unknown 11%

Two or More Races

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Thomas Aquinas College 10,000 Ojai Rd. • Santa Paula, CA 93060 thomasaquinas.edu

Adm.: 805-525-4417; 800-525-4417 • admissions@thomasaquinas.edu Financial Aid: 800-526-4417 • finaid@thomasaquinas.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College • Roman Catholic Affiliation A Catholic college where “great books” replace textbooks and class discussions replace lectures. Aiming at truth in the major arts and sciences, students grapple with prominent and pivotal works of Western civilization: Plato, Aristotle, St. Thomas Aquinas, Homer, Shakespeare, Newton, Maxwell, Einstein, Madison, Tocqueville, and many others. With this broad integrated education, graduates go on to successful careers in fields ranging from medicine and law to journalism and higher education. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class Largest UG Degree Programs Distance Learning Offered Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) Campus Housing Policy Auto Regulations Extracurricular

Semester System Undergrad: 370 102 Liberal Arts & Sciences No 11:1 82% $24,500 Must live on campus unless married or living w/family Must be registered with college Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 2 Student Organizations;

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 2 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA and Institution Specific 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

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Other Countries 7%

40.2% 20.6% State/Local Grants

.3%

California 42%

Other States 51% Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Thomas Aquinas does not accept Transfer Students

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1.1%

192 157 82%

(Freshman Cohort 2006) Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

78.4%

73.5%

Federal Grants

560 to 670 580 to 690 620 to 700 1790 to 2040 3.78

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information

N/A N/A $250 No

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian

0% Black/African American 11.6% Hispanic 0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 74.9% 4.3% Non-Resident Alien 4.3% Race/Ethnicity Unknown 3.5% Two or More Races

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68% 76%


University of La Verne 1950 Third St. • La Verne, CA 91750 laverne.edu

Admission: 909-392-2800; 800-876-4858 • admission@laverne.edu Financial Aid: 909-593-3511; 800-649-0160 • finaid@laverne.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University The University of La Verne is about putting students first. Recently our faculty have taken their best courses and teaching practices to provide out of classroom initiatives called, “The La Verne Experience.” Whether it’s studying Biology in the Galapagos Islands or being part of over twenty learning communities on campus, the University of La Verne is dedicated to helping you succeed as a person and socially responsible citizen. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 2,500; Grad: 1,823 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 16 Largest UG Degree Programs Business Administration; Organizational Management; Liberal Studies; Child Development; Psychology Distance Learning Offered Yes Bakersfield; Burbank; Irvine; Ontario; Oxnard; Satellite Locations (9) Point Mugu; San Luis Obispo; Vandenberg AFB;Victorville Student to Faculty Ratio 12:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 85% $35,000 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Housing Policy Highly recommend that freshmen live on campus Auto Parking Must register w/Campus Safety—$90 per year Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Several Student Organizations; 6 Fraternities/Sororities

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall: Feb. 1; Spring: Dec. 1 Fall: Dec. 15; Spring: SePage 9 Date Students Notified of Admis. Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 450 to 540 Writing 440 to 540 Critical Reading 440 to 540 Combined Scores 910 to 1080 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.41

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

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

5,734 2,286 40%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

94%

45%

Other Countries 3% Other States 5%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 5.1% 7.8%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American

46.4%

Hispanic

.4% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 30.6% 1.6% 19% 2.7%

42% 55%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

78% 51%

$50 Yes $200 No

White Non-Resident Alien

California 92%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admis. Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted

Fall: Feb. 1: Spring: Dec. 1 None Fall: Dec. 15; Spring: SePage 9 Yes Yes Min. Sem: 28; Qtr: 43 Max. Sem: None Res. Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 32; Qtr: 49 Minimum College GPA None Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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University of Redlands 1200 East Colton Ave. • Redlands, CA 92373 redlands.edu

Admission: 909-748-8074; 800-455-506 • admissions@redlands.edu Financial Aid: 909-748-8074; 800-455-5064 • financialaid@redlands.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts University • Comprehensive Redlands is a private, independent liberal arts university committed to providing a personalized education encouraging students to make enlightened choices, emphasizing academic rigor, curricular diversity and innovative teaching. Redlands fosters a community of scholars, encouraging a pluralistic notion of values by challenging assumptions and stereotypes. A Redlands education goes beyond training to embrace a reflective understanding of our world; from information to insight, from knowledge to meaning. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar 4-4-1 System Number of Students Undergrad: 2,567; Grad: 111 Average Size of Entering Class 750 Largest UG Degree Programs Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies & Humanities; Business, Management & Marketing; Visual & Performing Arts; Social Sciences; Psychology No Distance Learning Offered Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 91% $40,990 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Student housing required for all undergraduate Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking Free Parking Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Extracurricular 102 Student Organizations; 12 Fraternities/Sororities; ROTC Programs

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Fall: Jan. 15; Spring: Nov. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Early Action: Jan. 10; Regular Decision: Mar. 10; Spring: Dec. 10 Yes Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 530 to 620 Critical Reading 520 to 620 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.58

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

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

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Graduation Rates

Other Countries 1% Other States 26 %

38%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1% 4%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian

3%

Black/African American

22%

Hispanic

1%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

52%

1% Non-Resident Alien 13% 3%

62% 66%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 66%

4,501 3,099 69%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

93%

26%

$30 Yes $350 Nov. 15

White

California 73%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Res Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree

Spring: Nov. 1 Nov. 15; Reg. decision: Jan. 1 Fall and Spring: Rolling Yes Yes Min. Sem: 24; Max. Sem: 96 Sem: 66 (2-yr coll) 32 (4-yr coll) Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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University of San Diego 5998 Alcala Park • San Diego, CA 92110 sandiego.edu

Adm.: 619-260-4506; 800-248-4873 • admissions@sandiego.edu Financial Aid: 619-260-2700 • usdofas@sandiego.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University • Roman Catholic Affiliation In just sixty years, the University of San Diego has grown from a local college with fifty students and a handful of professors to a nationally ranked university. This achievement is the direct result of a single, unwavering expectation: academic excellence. USD adds depth to the experience by inspiring students to grow spiritually, morally and socially. Additionally, students are encouraged to connect what they are learning at USD to the global community through service and international study. Campus Information Academic Calendar 4-1-4 System Undergrad: 5,457; Grad: 2,648 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 1,122 (3 year average) Largest UG Degree Programs Business, Management, & Marketing; Social Sciences; Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs; Psychology; Biological, Life Science No Distance Learning Offered Student to Faculty Ratio 15:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 90% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $40,900 See website Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking All students may have cars Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 80 Student Organizations; 11 Fraternities/Sororities; ROTC Programs

Admission Information Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

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; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Federal Grants

Graduation Rates

Institutional Grants

65% 74%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Other Countries 4%

California 55%

Other States 41%

9% State/Local Grants

16,578 7,060 43%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

45%

Fall: Dec. 15; Spring: Oct. 1 Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Jan. 15 Yes 570 to 670 560 to 660 550 to 650 1120 to 1320 3.86

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

77%

19%

$55 Yes $500 No

Student Loans

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration

Diversity (All Undergraduates) <1% 6% 2% 17% <1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

57% 6%

Non-Resident Alien

6%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

5%

Two or More Races

White

Fall: Mar. 1; Spring: Oct. 1 Mar. 2 Reg. decision: Ongoing Date Students Notified of Admission Fall: Jun. 30; Spring: Jan. 15 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 24; Max. Sem: N/A Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA 3.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth No, See website 15 CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA)

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University of San Francisco 2130 Fulton St. • San Francisco, CA 94117 usfca.edu

Admission: 415-422-6563 • admission@usfca.edu Financial Aid: 415-422-2020 • onestop@usfca.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University • Roman Catholic Jesuit Affiliation The core mission of the University of San Francisco is to promote learning in the Jesuit Catholic tradition. USF offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional students the knowledge and skills needed to succeed as persons and professionals, and the values and sensitivity necessary to be men and women for others. USF will draw from the cultural intellectual and economic resources of the San Francisco Bay Area, and its location on the Pacific Rim, to enrich and strengthen its educational programs. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 6,246; Grad: 3,673 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 1,353 Largest UG Degree Programs Business Administration; Social Sciences; Nursing and Health Professionals; Psychology; Communication, Biological Life Sciences Graduate school only Distance Learning Offered Branch Locations (5) Downtown S.F.; Pleasanton; Sacramento; San Jose; Santa Rosa 15:1 Student to Faculty Ratio 88% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $39,840 Campus Housing Policy New Freshmen students must live on campus Parking Very limited. Lottery system for commuter students Auto Regs/Parking All students may have cars Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Extracurricular Athletic Scholarships; over100 Student Organizations; 8 Fraternities/Sororities; ROTC Programs

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 1 FAFSA Financial Aid Forms Required 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

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

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline

Early Action/Decision: Nov. 15; Reg. Priority: Jan. 15; Spring: Dec. 15 Fall: Mar. 15; Spring: Rolling Date Students Notified of Admis. Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 530 to 630 Writing 520 to 620 Critical Reading 510 to 620 Combined Scores 1590 to 1840 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.61

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Graduation Rates for 2006 Cohort

Other Countries 19%

43%

Other States 21%

20%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) <1% 19% 3% 19% <1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

34% 16% 2% 7%

White

54.1% 65.9% 67.2%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

65%

11,223 7,762 69.2%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years Freshmen who graduate within six years

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

24%

$55 Yes $250 Yes

California 61%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Fall: Jan. 15; Spring: Nov. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration Regular decision: Jan. 15 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 24; Qtr: 36: Max. Sem: 70; Qtr: 105 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 45 Minimum College GPA 3.0 Yes, See website Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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University of Southern California University Park • Los Angeles, CA 90089 usc.edu

Admission: 213-740-1111 • usc.edu/admission/undergraduate Financial Aid: 213-740-1111 • usc.edu/contactfao

Coed • Four-Year • Research University USC is one of the world’s leading private research universities. Within USC’s Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, and 17 professional schools, undergraduates have a unique opportunity to integrate liberal and professional education, and USC encourages students to gain knowledge in two or more disparate fields. Located in Los Angeles, a global arts and cultural center, USC provides access to varied social and cultural experiences as well as extensive internship opportunities. Admission Information

Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 18,316; Grad: 21,642 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 3,021 Largest UG Degree Programs Business; Social Sciences; Visual & Performing Arts; Engineering; Communication Distance Learning Offered Yes Alhambra; Catalina Island; Other Programs/Centers (7+) Hawaii; Marina Del Rey; Orange County; Sacramento; Washington, D.C.; and around Southern California Student to Faculty Ratio 9:1 97% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $45,602 Approved Off Campus Housing None Auto Parking Available at cost Auto Regs/Parking All students may have cars Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Extracurricular Athletic Scholarships; 769 Student Organizations; 37 Fraternities; 25 Sororities; ROTC Programs

Financial Aid Information Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA, CSS Profile, and 2012 Parent & Student tax information Types of Aid Available Pell Grant; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plans; Student Loans; Private Loans

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

$80 Yes $400 No

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Writing Critical Reading Combined Average GPA of Entering Class

Fall: Jan. 10 Fall: Apr. 1 Yes 650 to 760 640 to 740 620 to 720 1950 to 2190 3.70

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

46,104 9,187 20%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years Freshmen who graduate within six years

74% 88% 90%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 63%

Other Countries 12%

63%

California 51%

Other States 37% 20%

Federal Grants

12% State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .2% American Indian/Alaska Native 22.7% 4.5% 13.8%

Asian Black/African American Hispanic

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Fall: Feb.1 Regular decision: Feb.1 Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Jun.1 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Yes Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: None; Max. Sem: 64; Qtr; 96 Sem: 64 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC:Yes; CSUGE: See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) 85

.2% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White

39.4% 12.2%

Non-Resident Alien

2.7%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

4.4%

Two or More Races

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University of the Pacific 3601 Pacific Ave. • Stockton, California 95211 pacific.edu

Admission: 209-946-2211 • admissions@pacific.edu Financial Aid: 209-946-242111 • financialaid@pacific.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University Pacific’s progress and leadership in higher education have earned national recognition. The university is ranked in the top four “best values” of doctoral level universities on the West Coast. Pacific is included in many top ten or top five lists for attention to students, financial aid, career placement and student counseling, and for the Stockton campus, which was ranked as sixth most beautiful campus in the nation. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 3,867; Grad: 2,785 Number of Students Student to Faculty Ratio 14:1 Largest UG Degree Programs Business; Biological Sciences; Engineering; Social Sciences; Health & Physical Education Distance Learning Offered Yes School of Dentistry in San Francisco Other Campus Locations (2) School of Law in Sacramento Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 85% Tuition (w/o financial aid) (2013-14) $39,290 Campus Housing Policy Freshmen & Sophomores must live on campus Auto Parking $75 parking permit required to park on campus Auto Regs/Parking All students may have cars Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 100+ Student Organizations; 15 Fraternities/Sororities

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Feb. 15 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

Admission Information Application Fee Early Action/Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Average GPA of Entering Class

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Graduation Rates

State/Local Grants

43.4% 59.4%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Unknown 1% Other Countries 7%

56%

Federal Grants

22,972 8,678 37.8%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

89%

28%

Fall: Nov. 15 (EA) & Jan. 15; Spring: Nov. 15 Fall: Mar. 15 Yes 550 to 690 520 to 650 520 to 650 3.54

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

30%

None EA:Yes; ED: No

Other States 8%

California 84%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1.0%

American Indian/Alaska Native

31.8% 3.0% 18.8%

Asian

Application Deadline Spring: Nov. 15 Yes Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Yes Min. Sem: None; Max. Sem: 70 from CCC Transfer Units Accepted Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 32 of last 40 Minimum College GPA 3.0 See website Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth

Black/African American Hispanic

0.2% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 33.6% 4.8%

White Non-Resident Alien

3.3%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

3.4%

Two or More Races

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Vanguard University 55 Fair Drive • Costa Mesa, CA 92626 vanguard.edu

Admission: 800-722-6279 • admissions@vanguard.edu Financial Aid: 714-966-5490 • finaid@vanguard.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Comprehensive University • Southern California Assemblies of God Affiliation At Vanguard, we’ve got the perfect mix – unbeatable academics, world-class arts and entertainment programs, a beautiful campus, exceptional on-campus housing and student life, small classes, personal attention, and a strong spiritual foundation. We believe learning goes beyond the classroom and happens in the context of relationships with faculty and other students. Our professors serve as mentors, giving students the knowledge they need and the wisdom to apply it in the real world. At Vanguard, your story matters. Campus Information Admission Information Academic Calendar Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class Largest UG Degree Programs

Semester System Undergrad: 2,014 Grad: 268 570 Business; Psychology; Religion; Communication; Education Distance Learning Offered No 15:1 Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 76% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $29,250 On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website All students may have cars, no parking fees Auto Regs/Parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Athletic Scholarships; 16 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

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

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

$45 Yes $400 Yes

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Mar. 2 (Priority); Spring: Dec. 1 (Priority) See website Yes 440 to 540 See website 450 to 550 See website 3.33

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

1,837 1,246 67%

Graduation Rates

99% 78%

Freshmen who graduate within four years

45.13%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 44% 29%

Other Countries .03% Other States 15%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 1.0%

American Indian/Alaska Native

5.8%

Asian

5.0%

Black/African American Hispanic

26.5%

1.0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 51.0% 1.0%

White Non-Resident Alien

3.5%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

5.5%

Two or More Races

California 85%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Mar. 2 (Priority); Spring: Dec. 1 (Priority Priority Scholarship Consideration Mar. 2; See website Date Students Notified of Admission Spring: Dec. 1 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem; 12; Max. Sem: 100 (70 from CC) Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 24 Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) See website

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Westmont College 955 La Paz Rd. • Santa Barbara, CA 93108 westmont.edu

Admission: 800-777-9011 • admissions@westmont.edu Financial Aid: 888-963-4624 • finaid@westmont.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts • Nondenominational Christian College Westmont, a top-tier liberal arts college, offers a personalized, Christian undergraduate experience and a rigorous academic program on an ocean-view campus in Santa Barbara. At Westmont, students grow intellectually, personally, spiritually, and may take advantage of cross-cultural experiences, unique study programs at home and abroad, internships with businesses, leadership development, and volunteer activities in the community. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 1,341; Grad: 0 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 350 Largest UG Degree Programs Economics & Business; Biological & Biomedical Sciences; Communication, Journalism, & Related Programs English Language & Literature/Letters; Kinesiology & Exercise Science; Social Sciences;Visual & Performing Arts Distance Learning Offered No Satellite Locations None Student to Faculty Ratio 12:1 86% Freshmen who Return as Sophomores Tuition (w/o financial aid) $37,500 On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website Auto Regulations and Parking See website Auto Regs/Parking All students may have cars Intercollegiate, Intramural, & Club sports; Extracurricular Athletic Scholarships; 200 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission

Fall: Nov. 1: EA; Spring: Nov. 1 Fall: Jan. 2 EA; Spring: Dec. 1 Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern No Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 550 to 650 Writing 550 to 670 Critical Reading 550 to 660 Combined Scores 1650 to 1900 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.86

Profile of Incoming Freshmen

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Direct Loans; Types of Aid Available 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

Other Countries 2%

19% Institutional Grants

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

Student Loans

Application Deadline Fall: Mar. 1; Spring: Nov. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall: Mar. 15; Spring: Dec. 1 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted See website Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree See website Minimum College GPA 2.0 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC:Yes; CSUGE: See website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) Yes, see website

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 2% 6% 1% 12% 1%

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

68% 1%

White

Non-Resident Alien

4%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

5%

Two or More Races

California 72%

Other States 26%

36%

State/Local Grants

75% 77%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 64%

Federal Grants

2,144 1,416 66%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

97%

$40 Yes $500 Yes

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Whittier College 13406 E. Philadelphia St. • Whittier, CA 90608 whittier.edu

Admission: 562-907-4238 • admission@whittier.edu Financial Aid: 562-907-4285 • fao@whittier.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College Whittier—a four-year, residential, liberal arts college—draws on its Quaker roots to offer a diverse and caring community where Whittier students can learn, acquire skills, and form attitudes and values appropriate for leading and serving in a global society. Nationally recognized for innovating interdisciplinary programs and a strong liberal arts curriculum, Whittier also offers students extensive experiential learning opportunities in and around L.A. and Orange County as well as throughout the nation and world. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar 4-1-1 System Undergrad: 1,643; Grad: 139 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 410 Largest UG Degree Programs Social Sciences; Business, Management, & Marketing; Psychology; Biological & Biomedical Sciences; Education Distance Learning Offered Yes 13:1 Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 81% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $39,736 On/Off Campus Housing Policy See website Yes, with permit (no extra charge) Auto Parking Auto Regs/Parking All students may have cars Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; 60 Student Organizations; 9 Fraternities/Sororities

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Action

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Early Action: Nov. 15; Reg. Decision: Feb. 1 Fall: Dec. 30; Spring: Mar. 15 Date Students Notified of Adm. Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 480 to 590 Writing 480 to 590 Critical Reading 480 to 590 Combined Scores 1440 to 1770 Average GPA of Entering Class 3.5

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 1 Financial Aid Forms Required FAFSA Types of Aid Available Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Federal Direct Loans; Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Work Study; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Student Loans; Private Loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid

$50 Yes $400 Yes

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

4,125 2,641 64%

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

93%

65% 67%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile 73% Other Countries 3%

34%

Other States 27%

23%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 0% American Indian/Alaska Native 10% 5%

Asian Black/African American

33%

Hispanic

0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 37% 3% 12%

White Non-Resident Alien

California 70%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Spring: Dec. 1; Fall: Apr. 15 Priority Scholarship Consideration Apr. 15 Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 12; Max. Sem: 90 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 30 Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth Yes, see website CA Community College Artic. Agreements (GE/BA) Yes, see website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

0% Two or More Races

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William Jessup University 333 Sunset Blvd. • Rocklin, CA 95765 jessup.edu

Admission: 916-577-2222 • admissions@jessup.edu Financial Aid: 916-577-2233 • finaid@jessup.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Liberal Arts & Professional Studies • Non Denomination • Independent Christian University Founded in 1939,William Jessup University is a thriving, private Christian university in the greater Sacramento area. Jessup relocated from San Jose in 2004. Its 126-acre campus in Rocklin is just 20 miles northeast of Sacramento.The Jessup vision is that our graduates will be transformed and will help redeem world culture by providing notable servant leadership by enriching family, church, and community life; and by serving with distinction in their chosen career. Campus Information Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 991 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class Increased each year since 2009 Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1 Largest UG Degree Programs Business; Psychology; Liberal Studies; Music; English San Jose, Satellite Campus Location (1) Adult Degree Completion Program Primarily Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 82% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $24,040 See website On/Off Campus Housing Policy Auto Regs/Parking All students may have cars Extracurricular Intercollegiate sports; 10 Student Organizations; Missions—local, domestic, and abroad; theater productions; outdoor adventure activities

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

$45 Yes $250 No

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Writing Critical Reading Average GPA of Entering Class

Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Dec. 15 Rolling Yes 440 to 570 460 to 560 470 to 570 3.38

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; Ministerial/Church Grants; Academic Scholarships; Work Study; Athletic Scholarships; Creative & Performing Arts Scholarships; Deferred Payment Plan; Yellow Ribbon Grants; Homeschool Scholarships; Federal Loans; Out-of-State Grants; International Student Grants; Major Department Scholarships

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

402 255 63%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile Other Countries 1% Other States 5%

California 94%

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 98% 66% 45%

44%

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) 2% 4% 6% 8% 1% 74% 1% 2% 2%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers Application Deadline Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Dec. 15 Fall: Apr. 1; Spring: Dec. 15 Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Admission Fall and Spring: Rolling Yes Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Max. Sem: 70 Sem: 32 Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Minimum College GPA 2.0 Yes, See website Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

American Indian/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White Non-Resident Alien Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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Woodbury University 7500 Glenoaks Blvd. • Burbank, CA 91510 woodbury.edu

Admission: 818-252-5221; 800-784-WOOD • minfo@woodbury.edu Financial Aid: 818-252-5273 • info@woodbury.edu

Coed • Four-Year • Specialized University Founded in 1884, Woodbury University is committed to providing the highest level of professional and liberal arts education. The integrated nature of our educational environment cultivates successful students with a strong and enduring sense of personal and social responsibility. We prepare innovative learners who are adept at communicating and willing to cross the boundaries of knowledge in a rapidly changing and complex world. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 1,425; Grad: 283 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 300 Largest UG Degree Programs Architecture; Accounting, Management, Fashion Marketing, & Marketing; Animation; Graphic Design; Interior Architecture; Fashion Design; Communication; Psychology No Distance Learning Offered Satellite Locations (1) San Diego Campus—Architecture only Student to Faculty Ratio 10:1 Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 83% $32,760 Tuition (w/o financial aid) Campus Housing Policy See website Parking Cars allowed. $75 per semester parking fee Auto Regs/Parking All students may have cars Extracurricular 25 Student Organizations; 5 Fraternities/Sororities

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

$50 Yes $110 No

Procedures & Standards—Freshmen Application Deadline Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores Critical Reading Combined Scores Average GPA of Entering Class

Rolling Rolling See website 420 to 550 430 to 530 850 to 1080 3.2

Profile of Incoming Freshmen­­

Financial Aid Information Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Mar. 1 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

Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

Graduation Rates Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 95%

661 432 65%

See website See website

Freshman Class Geographical Profile

94% Other Countries 2%

70%

Other States 9%

California 89%

38%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

Federal Grants

State/Local Grants

Institutional Grants

Student Loans

Diversity (All Undergraduates) .0% American Indian/Alaska Native 9% 4%

Asian Black/African American

30%

Hispanic

1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 36% 16%

Application Deadline Priority Scholarship Consideration Date Students Notified of Adm. Advanced Placement Offered Advanced Credit Given Transfer Units Accepted

Rolling May 1; Reg. decision: Rolling Rolling basis beginning Nov. 1 Yes Yes Min. Sem: 24 Max. Sem: 81 (BS), 115 (B. Arch) Residency Units Req’d for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 45 hours Minimum College GPA 2.5 Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC:Yes; CSUGE: See website CA Community College Articulation Agreements (GE/BA) Yes

White Non-Resident Alien

0%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

2%

Two or More Races

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The following universities offer only Graduate or Professional Degree Programs Chicago School of Professional Psychology Claremont Graduate University Fielding Graduate University Keck Graduate University Phillips Graduate Institute Saybrook University Southern California University of Health Sciences Touro University California Western University of Health Sciences

Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Claremont Graduate University

thechicagoschool.edu

cgu.edu

The Chicago School is the nation’s oldest and largest graduate school focused exclusively on psychology and related behavioral sciences. As a professional school, the focus is not strictly on research and theory, but on preparing students to become outstanding practitioners, providing direct service to help individuals and organizations thrive.

Claremont Graduate University (CGU) is a unique, comprehensive graduate institution where you can choose to pursue interests and research agendas that transcend the traditional boundaries between academic fields. Our innovative approach to graduate education makes CGU an ideal place to engage in ground breaking research.

617 W. 7th St. Los Angeles, CA 90017

Address Admission Office Financial Aid Office

800-721-8072 Email: admissions@thechicagoschool.edu 800-684-2890 Email: finaid@thechicagoschool.edu

160 E. 10th St. Claremont, CA 91711

Address Admission Office

909-621-8069 Email: admiss@cgu.edu

Financial Aid Office

909-621-8337 Email: finaid@cgu.edu

Keck Graduate University

Fielding Graduate University fielding.edu

kgi.edu

Fielding is the only graduate university in the country that is primarily focused on adult learners. A nonprofit, private university, Fielding offers doctoral and master’s degrees and graduate-level certificates in the fields of education; clinical and media psychology; and human and organizational development. Our unique educational approach consists of a multidisciplinary faculty, a scholar-practitioner learning model, and a deep understanding of adult learning. Our students, faculty, and alumni live and work around the world.

Keck Graduate Institute’s Master of Bioscience (MBS), Postdoctoral Professional Master (PPM), and Postbaccalaureate Pre-medical Certificate (PPC) program integrates science, engineering, and the basics of business, finance, and project management. KGI offers a robust research program concentrating on the translation of basic discoveries in the life sciences. KGI is a member of The Claremont Colleges, located in Claremont, California.

Address Admission Office Financial Aid Office

2112 Santa Barbara St. Santa Barbara, CA 93105 800-340-1099 Email: admission@fielding.edu

Address

535 Watson Drive Claremont, California 91711

Admission Office

909/607-8590 Email: admissions@kgi.edu

Financial Aid Office

909/607-8590 Email: amy.carillo@kgi.edu

805-898-4041 Email: finaid@fielding.edu

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Phillips Graduate Institute

Saybrook University

pgi.edu

saybrook.edu

Phillips Graduate Institute is an accredited nonprofit educational institution offering masters and doctoral degrees in counseling and consulting. We provide a hands-on experiential learning environment with programs designed to put theory into practice by helping you develop real world skills and experience to excel in your chosen field. Phillips offers master degrees in Marriage & Family Therapy, Art Therapy, School Counseling, School Psychology, & a doctorate in Organizational Management & Consulting.

Saybrook provides rigorous graduate education that inspires transformational change in individuals, organizations, and communities, toward a just, humane, and sustainable world. Saybrook’s programs are deeply rooted in the humanistic tradition and a commitment to help students develop as whole people—mind, body, and spirit.

19900 Plummer Street Chatsworth, CA 91311

Address Admissions Office

818/386-5660 Email: admit@pgi.edu

Financial Aid Office

747 Front St., Third Floor San Francisco, CA 94111

Address Admission Office

415-433-9200; 800-825-4480 Email: admissions@saybrook.edu

Financial Aid Office

415-433-9200 Email: finaid@saybrook.edu

818/386-5635

Touro University California

Southern Calif. University of Health Sciences scuhs.edu

tu.edu

SCU is located on a beautiful 38-acre campus in Whittier, about 20 miles Southeast of LA, on the border of Orange County. Students enjoy a quiet, suburban atmosphere and the advantages of being near a large city. SCU offers a dual degree program in Chiropractic and Acupuncture/Oriental medicine as well as programs in Massage Therapy, Ayurvedic medicine, and the Integrated Science program with a ten-year accreditation by WASC.

Located just minutes from Sacramento, San Francisco, or the Napa Valley, Touro University California offers a variety of Doctoral and Masters level degree programs in medicine, pharmacy, physician assistant, public health, and education.

Address Admissions Office Financial Aid Office

16200 East Amber Valley Drive Whittier, CA 90604 562-902-3309 Email: admissions@scuhs.edu

1310 Club Drive Vallejo, CA 94592

Address Admission Office Financial Aid Office

707-638-5270 Email: admit@tu.edu 707-638-5280 Email: tucafinaid@tu.edu

562-902-3303; 562-947-8755 ext. 766 Email: financialaid@scuhs.edu

Western University of Health Sciences westernu.edu

 

Founded in 1977, WUHS is a nonprofit, graduate university for the health professions located near historic downtown Pomona. With nine colleges and 3,648 students studying towards advanced degrees in osteopathic medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacy, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, optometry, dental medicine, podiatric medicine, biomedical sciences, medical sciences, and veterinary medicine. Address Admission Office Financial Aid Office

309 E. Second St. Pomona, CA 91766 909-469-5335 Email: admissions@westernu.edu 909-469-5353 Email: finaid@westernu.ed

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International Affiliates

CETYS University System

Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico • cetys.mx

Universidad Anáhuac Mayab Merida, Mexico • unimayab.edu.mx

Universidad Anáhuac Mexico Norte Merida, Mexico • unimayab.edu.mx

Universidad Anáhuac Mexico Sur Mexico City, Mexico • uas.mx

Universidad Anáhuac Xalapa Xalapa, Mexico • uax.edu.mx

Universidad Autonoma Aquascalientes Aguascalientes, Mexico • uaa.mx

Universidad Del Pedregal Tlalpan, Mexico • upedregal.edu.mx

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Main campus:

CETYS University System

Calzada CETYS s/n, Colonia Rivera Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico 21259

Telephone: +52 686-567-3700 Fax: +52 686-565-0300 cetys.mx

Founded in 1961, CETYS University is a private not-for-profit university located in Baja California, Mexico, with campuses in Mexicali, Tijuana, and Ensenada. CETYS espouses the development of individuals, grounded in humanism and values, with the necessary professional knowledge and skills and a global mind set who can contribute to the economic and social well-being of the U.S.-Mexico trans-border region. Recognized as one of the top private universities in Mexico and one of only five Mexican universities with U.S. accreditation, CETYS offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Business, Engineering, Psychology, Law, and Education.

Academic Calendar

See website

Contact information Fernando Leon Garcia Gabriela Rivera

fernando.leongarcia@cetys.mx gabriela.rivera@cetys.mx

Academic Programs

Social Sciences and Humanities

Bachelors • Law • Psychology • Education Masters • Psychology • Criminology • Education • Corporate and International Law

Business Administration:

Bachelors • International Public Accounting • Marketing Administration • Business Administration • Business Management • International Business • Graphic Design • Service Management Masters • Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Mission To develop individuals with moral and intellectual qualities relevant to participate in the economic, social, and cultural development of the state of Baja California, México and the region.

Vision 2020 To become a high quality, globally competitive institution based on learning communities within a framework of sustainability.

Milestones and Achievements • Recognized as an Institution of Excellence and a High Quality Institution by both state and federal authorities in Mexico. • Only university in Mexico accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. • Ranked among the top private universities in Mexico, according to a recent survey by the Mexican Ministry of Education. • Top MBA program in Northwest Mexico according to Expansion. • Highly internationalized, with partnerships across the Americas, the European Union, and the Asia Pacific region. • Strategic and extensive partnerships with local, regional, and multinational corporations that provide access to student internships, distinguished faculty and lecturers, joint applied and research projects, and numerous employment opportunities for CETYS alumni.

Engineering:

Bachelors • Computer Science • Electronic Cybernetics Engineering • Industrial Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Mechatronics Engineering • Digital Graphic Design Engineering • Software Engineering Masters • Engineering

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Universidad Anáhuac Mayab Carretera Mérida-Progreso KM. 15.5 Apartado Postal 96 Cordemax 97310 Mérida,Yucatán Mexico

Tel: 011 52 (999) 942-4800 Fax: 011 52 (999) 942-4808 anahuacmayab.mx

UAM is the oldest and most important private university in the SE part of Mexico. Founded in 1984, UAM belongs to the Anáhuac Network of educational institutions. With more than 200 educational centers, it extends across the globe. UAM is located about ten miles from the center of Merida (capital of the state of Ycatan and center of cultural and business activities), five miles from Gulf of Mexico beaches, and two miles from major Mayan ruins. UAM has academic exchanges with international institutions around the world. Pre-enrollment Services For Spanish Programs All Other Programs

judith.towle@anahuac.mx marisol.achach@anahuac.mx

Undergraduate Programs

Universidad del Mayab prepares leaders in the following areas of undergraduate study: School of Economics and Business • Business Administration and Management • Accounting and Finance • Marketing • Tourist Business Administration • International Business Management • Gastronomy • Economics and Public Administration School of Health Sciences • Psychology • Psychopedagogy • Nutrition • Medicine • Dental Surgeon School of Communication and Design • Communications in Mass Media • Communications in Business and Advertising • Film Animation • Corporate Communication • Graphic Design • Industrial Design • Multimedia Design School of Engineering • Industrial Engineering for Management • Systems and Information Technology Engineering • Mechatronics Engineering • Civil Engineering for Management

Graduate Programs

Universidad del Mayab prepares leaders in the following areas of graduate study: Masters Degrees • Business Administration and International Management • Strategic Marketing • Finance Management • Management of Information Technology • Industrial Engineering • Corporate Law • Labor Relations • Public Administration • Administrative Procedures and Tax Legal Defense • Science of Education • Corporate Communication • Family Therapy • Bioethics • Philosophy Doctoral Degrees • Strategic Management and Development Policies • Law • Science of Education Special Programs • Specialization in Educational Leadership Spanish Programs • Spanish through Total Immersion • Spanish for Spanish Language Majors • International Business in Mexico • How to Profit from your Business Opportunity in Yucatan (Seminar)

School of Law • Corporate Law • International Relations • Public Administration • Criminality School of Architecture Humanities • Religious Sciences • Family Sciences

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Universidad Anáhuac Mexico Norte Ave. Universidad Anáhuac 46 Col. Lomas Anáhuac Huixquilucan, Extado de México, CP. 52786

Tel: (5255) 56270210 ext. 8331 Fax: (5255) 53288096 anahuac.mx

Founded in 1964, Universidad Anahuac is a Mexican private higher education institution. We are part of an international education system in 18 countries, serving more than 100,000 students, from preschool to postgraduate level, with 15 universities around the world. All these universities share a mission and an educational model, integral and customized, contributing to the formation of men and women of different faiths and cultures as leaders of positive action, with an international vision, committed to the development of society. Our motto is the synthesis of our educational philosophy: VINCE IN BONO MALUM, “To overcome Evil with Good.” Contact Information Director of Academic Relations International Maribel Lozano Coordinator of Academic Exchange & Study Vanessa Vieyra

mlozano@anahuac.mx vvieyra@anahuac.mx

Programs • Actuarial Sciences • Architecture • Arts • Bioethics • Communication • Design • Economics and Business • Education • Engineering • Health Sciences • Humanities • International Relations • Language • Law • Psychology • Social Responsibility • Sports Management • Tourism—Le Cordon Bleu-Anáhuac

Affiliations • ACE • ANUIES • CASE • CONAHEC • EAIE • ICARIN (IFCU) • IMHE from OECD • OUI • UDUAL About the University • Undergraduate students (9,376) • Graduate students (2,151) • Continuous education students (7,130) • Full-time administrative and services personnel (459) • Professors (1,593) • Graduates (32,328) • Size of the campus (220,000 m2)) • Chapel • Classroom buildings (7) • Computer rooms (23) • Specialized laboratories (38) • Academy of Haute Cuisine Le Cordon Bleu - Anáhuac • Libraries (3) • Auditoriums (6) • Food courts (8) • Concession stands (18) • Copy centers (7) • Bank branch (1) and 2 ATMs • Sports facilities: Stadium with racetrack, gym, bathrooms, dressing rooms, office areas, tennis, paddle, indoor soccer, volleyball, and basketball courts

Academic offering: • Bachelor’s degrees (43) – (14 with double degree options) • Specialties (26) • Master’s degrees (42) • Doctorates (13) • Continuing Education: Masters (4); Diploma programs (143); Courses (48); Workshops and seminars (12) Accreditation and Acknowledgments • “Institution with Academic Excellence” Public Education Secretary Acknowledgement • SEP “Recognition for the Quality of its Programs” (2009–2012) • FIMPES “Lisa y Llana” the highest accreditation status available • AMBA – Association of Masters in Business Administration • CLAEP ­– Latin American accreditation for journalism education • TedQual THEMIS Institute for Quality in Tourism • Education of the World Tourism Organization (OMT)

Strategic Development & Research Center • Research centers (15) • Research institutes (4) • Virtual classrooms on campus (4) • Didactic classrooms (23) • Computers (576) • Wireless Internet access everywhere on campus • National and international academic exchange programs, at undergraduate and graduate levels • More than 150 options to carry out national and International academic exchange programs in 5 continents

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Universidad Anáhuac Mexico Sur Tel: 5255 5-628-8800, ext. 203 Fax: +5255 5-628-8837 uas.mx

Av de las Torres 131 Colonia Olivar de los Padres CP 01780, Mexico City, Mexico

Universidad Anáhuac México Sur is a private Catholic university founded in 1981, located in Mexico City offering full and integral education model. The university’s mission is shared with the Anáhuac Universities Network distinguished by its process of academic integrity as well as a human and moral formation. This university has a high national and international level fully accredited by the Ministry of Mexican Education as well as the Federation of Mexican Private Higher Education Institutions (FIMPES). We form leaders with an excellent preparation developed on social conscience, Christian humanism and professionalism.”

Academic Calendar

Semester

Pre-enrollment Services Esteban Garciamoreno Fax

+ 5255 5-628-8800, ext. 203 esteban.garciamoreno@anahuac.mx + 5255 5-628-8837

Undergraduate Study: Anáhuac Mexico Sur prepares leaders in the following areas of undergraduate study: Business School • Accounting and Finance • Business Administration • Business Management • Economics • International Business • Marketing • Tourism Administration

Graduate Study: The Universidad Anáhuac Mexico Sur prepares leaders in the following graduate programs:

• MBA • Masters in Architecture and Interior Design • Masters in Engineering Sciences • Masters in Family Sciences • Masters in Fashion and Marketing • Masters in Law • Masters in Logistics and International Business • Masters in Marketing • Masters in Restaurant and Hotel Management • Masters in Social Responsibility • Masters in Strategic Management for Human Resource • Doctorate in Business Administration • Doctorate in Engineering • Doctorate in Law • Doctorate in Philosophy

School of Liberal Arts and Social Science • Architecture • Communication • Entertainment Management • Gastronomy • Graphic Design • Industrial Design • International Studies • Law • Psychology School of Applied Sciences • Actuarial Sciences • Corporate Finance and Banking • Civil Engineering • Computing and Systems Engineering • Industrial Engineering • Mechatronic Engineering • Telecommunications Engineering

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Universidad Anáhuac Xalapa Circuito Arco Sur s/n Reserva Territorial Xalapa CP 91197 Veracruz, Mexico

Tel: 01228 8 19 15 15 Fax: 01228 8 19 04 53 www.uax.edu.mx

Anáhuac University of Xalapa is among the most prestigious private institutions in the state of Veracruz, combining rigorous academics in a personalized atmosphere. Founded in 1993 by the Legionaries of Christ, UAX forms part of the association of Anáhuac Schools, consisting of some of the top universities in Mexico. UAX is located in the quiet city of Xalapa, capital of the state of Veracruz, known as the cultural and artistic hub of Mexico. Xalapa is blessed by its climate, small town feel, and warmth of its people. Academic Calendar

Semester

Anáhuac Xalapa prepares LEADERS in the following areas of graduate study:

Pre-enrollment Services Maria de Monserrat Miranda Sánchez Edgar Pérez Contreras

Graduate Programs

maria.miranda@uax.edu.mx edgarperez@uax.edu.mx

Undergraduate Programs Anáhuac Xalapa prepares LEADERS in the following areas of undergraduate study: School of Economics and Business • Accounting and Finance • Business Management • International Business • Marketing • Retail Business Management School of Law • Law School of Tourism • Tourist Management

M.S. Senior Management Program with Speciality in: • Business Management • Public Politics • Financial Management • Corporate Law • Corporate Communication • Logistics and Port Administration M.S. Clinical Psychology School of Law • Sustainable Democracy • Electoral Systems Language Courses • English • French • German • Italian

School of Communication • Communication Science School of Engineering • Industrial Engineering • Systems and Information Technology Engineering • Mechatronics Engineering • Systems and Information Technology Engineering School of Architecture • Architecture

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Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes Av. Universidad #940 Giudad Universitaria CP 20100 Aguascalientes, Ags. Mexico

Tel: +52 449 910 74 00 Fax: +52 449 910 74 00 xt201 uaa.mx

The Science Institute was founded on January 15, 1867. In June 1973, the Science Institute became Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes, which was the first public University created in the State of Aguascalientes. After a thorough study, it was determined to adopt a departmental system, the first one established in Mexico and followed by other institutions of higher education. A main characteristics of UAA is its institutional Development Plan: sound growth in teaching, investigation, & diffusion of culture. B.A. Academic Programs Center of Agricultural Sciences • Agroindustrial Engineering • Agronomist Engineering • Veterinarian Center of Basic Sciences • Biology • Biochemistry • Environmental Science • Intelligent Computer Engineering • Electronic Engineering • Statistical Industrial Engineering • Applied Mathematics • Computing System Engineering • Technology Information Center of Biomedical Sciences • Sports and Physical Culture • Nursery • Stomatologist Doctor • Surgeon • Nutrition • Optometry • Physical Therapy • Public Health Center of Construction and Design Science • Architecture • Art and Culture Science • Interior Design • Textile and Indumentary Fashion Design • Graphics Design • Industrial Design • Civil Engineering • Urbanism

Center of Economical and Administrative Sciences • Psychopedagogy Assessment • Public Administration and Political Sciences • Information and Communication • Organizational Communication • Law • English Language Teaching • Philosophy • History • Spanish letters • Music • Psychology • Sociology • Social Work Education, sports, and culture UAA offers cultural and sports opportunities to enrich the educational experience and create well-rounded graduates. Connections with the production sector Internships are required in all undergraduate programs to enhance student competence in the professions. Foreign Language Learning a second language is required. Four languages are offered: English, French, Italian, and German. National and International Relationships Academic exchange programs exist, primarily with Spanish, French, Japanese, Canadian, American, and Latin-American universities. Others are available. Information Technology and Videoconferencing UAA has modern equipment and infrastructure to enhance the university experience for both faculty and students, including videoconferencing.

Center of Economical and Administrative Sciences • Administration in Companies • Production and Service Administration • Financing Administration • Public Accounting • Economics • Tourist Management • Marketing • Industrial Relations

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Universidad Del Pedregal Av. Transmisiones #51. Ex-Hacienda de San Juan Tlalpan, Mexico City, Mexico 14370

Tel: +52 55 560 31640 or: +52 55 560 35049 upedregal.edu.mx

Universidad Del Pedregal in Mexico City is part of the “Colegio la Salle de Seglares.” Our educational model is based on the full development of our students and its preparation for their professional life. Solid academic training, with a deeply human perspective, distinguishes our graduates. The most prestigious national accreditations attest our excellence, placing us among the ten best universities in the country. Academic Calendar

Semester

Pre-enrollment Services Dr. Armando Martínez Gómez, President +52 55 560 38717, ext. 405 armandomartinez@upedregal.edu.mx Lic. Stefany Asai Izunza, International Programs +52 55 560 35049, ext. 202 movilidadestudiantil@upedregal.edu.mx Fax 52 55 560 35049, ext. 406

Undergraduate Study:

• Accounting • Economy and Finance • Engineering in Computer Systems & Telematics • Graphic Design • Business Administration • International Business • International Marketing • Law • Interior Design • Psychology

Extracurricular Activities (Student Affairs):

• Airbrushing • Arabic Dance • Charreria (Mexican traditional sport) • Cheers • Chess • Cinematographic appreciation • Flag Football • Improvisation • Jazz • Rock Opera • Plastic Arts • University Leadership • Zumba • Soccer (male) • Soccer (female)

Accreditations and Membership

Graduate Study: Diplomas • Data bases • Web applications with GNU • Web design • Telecommunication networks • Alternative techniques in design • Photography • Finance

• AICCU • LISA and LLANA accreditation by FIMPES • Academic excellence diploma by SEP. • Business development by SE • CONAHEC • AMIESIC • FUNDICE • CONADEIP • CONLA • SUMA • COPARMEX

Majors • Advertising • Business Consultant • Finances in top management • Human resources • Market Research • Political Marketing • Strategic communication for the global world Masters • Administration • Consultant in Small and medium enterprises • Criminal Policy and Public Safety • Educational science • Finance • Human resources • Management in advertising • Software Engineering • Strategic Marketing

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Miscellaneous Faith Affiliated

Assemblies of God Vanguard University

Baptist

California Baptist University

Catholic

Dominican University of California Holy Names University Loyola Marymount University Marymount California University Mount St. Mary’s College Notre Dame de Namur University Saint Mary’s College of California Santa Clara University Thomas Aquinas College University of San Diego University of San Francisco

Christian & Missionary Alliance Simpson University

Church of Christ

Hope International University Pepperdine University

Disciples of Christ Chapman University

Jewish

American Jewish University Touro University California

Lutheran

California Lutheran University (ELCA) Concordia University Irvine (LCMS)

Mennonite Brethren

Women’s Colleges

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Fresno Pacific University

23

Nazarene Point Loma Nazarene University

47

Protestant/Interdenominational Azusa Pacific University Biola University Master’s College, The San Diego Christian College Westmont College William Jessup University

Seventh-day Adventist La Sierra University Loma Linda University Pacific Union College

Research

California Institute of Technology Chapman University Claremont Graduate University Fielding Graduate University Keck Graduate Institute La Sierra University Loma Linda University Saybrook University Stanford University University of La Verne University of San Francisco University of Southern California

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Mills College (Coed Grad) Mount St. Mary’s College (Coed Grad) Scripps College

Distance Learning

Alliant International University Azusa Pacific University Biola University Brandman University California Baptist University California Institute of Integral Studies California Lutheran University Chicago School of Professional Psychology Claremont Graduate University Fielding Graduate University Fresno Pacific University Golden Gate University Holy Names University Hope International University Humphreys College Keck Graduate Institute La Sierra University Loma Linda University Marymount California University Master’s College, The Mount St. Mary’s College National University Notre Dame de Namur University Pacific Oaks College Palo Alto University Saint Mary’s College of California Samuel Merritt University San Diego Christian College Saybrook University Sofia University Southern California Univ. of Health Sciences University of La Verne University of San Francisco University of Southern California University of the Pacific Whittier College Western University of Health Sciences

Lower Division Programs

Brandman University Hope International University Humphreys College La Sierra University Loma Linda University Marymount California University Mills College (Four-Year Nursing Certificate) National University Pacific Union College Palo Alto University Saint Mary’s College of California (Nursing) San Diego Christian College Simpson University William Jessup University (Bible and Ministry)

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6 10 11 12 13 15 18 72 72 72 23 24 26 27 28 72 29 31 33 34 37 38 39 42 44 49 50 51 73 57 73 61 64 65 66 69 73

12 27 28 29 31 33 36 38 43 44 49 51 56 70

Graduate/Professional

Alliant International University American Jewish University Antioch University Los Angeles Art Center College of Design Azusa Pacific University Biola University Brandman University California Baptist University California College of the Arts California Institute of Integral Studies California Institute of Technology California Institute of the Arts California Lutheran University Chapman University Chicago School of Professional Psychology Claremont Graduate University Claremont McKenna College Concordia University Irvine Dominican University of California Fielding Graduate University Fresno Pacific University Golden Gate University Holy Names University Hope International University Humphreys College Keck Graduate Institute La Sierra University Laguna College of Art & Design Loma Linda University Loyola Marymount University Marymount California University Master’s College, The Mills College Mount St. Mary’s College National University Notre Dame de Namur University Occidental College Otis College of Art & Design Pacific Oaks College Pacific Union College Palo Alto University Phillips Graduate Institute Pepperdine University Point Loma Nazarene University Saint Mary’s College of California Samuel Merritt University San Francisco Art Institute San Francisco Conservatory of Music Santa Clara University Saybrook University Simpson University Sofia University of America Soka University Southern Calif. Univ. of Health Sciences Stanford University Touro University California University of La Verne University of Redlands University of San Diego University of San Francisco University of Southern California University of the Pacific Vanguard University Western University of Health Sciences Whittier College Woodbury University

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Academic Programs

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Index Accounting (p. 83) Anthropology (p. 83) Arch/Manufacturing Design (p. 83) Area Studies (p. 84) Art/Fine Art/Graphic Design (p. 83) Aviation (p. 83) Biological Sciences (p. 84) Business Admin/Mgmt (p. 84) Chemistry (p. 84) Communication (p. 84) Computer/Info Science (p. 85) Dentistry (p. 85) Divinity (Professional) (p. 85) Earth Science (p. 85) Economics (p. 85) Education (p. 85) Engineering (p. 85) English Language & Lit (p. 86) Environmental Studies/Science (p. 86) Film/Television/Media (p. 86) Health Sciences (p. 86) History (p. 86) Humanities (p. 87) Interdisciplinary Studies (p. 87) International Relation/Studies (p. 87) Kinesiology (p. 87) Languages(p. 87) Law (Professional) (p. 88) Liberal Arts/Sciences/Studies (p. 88) Mathematics (p. 88) Medicine (Professional)(p. 88) Ministries (see Religious Studies) (p. 88) Music (p. 88) Nursing (Professional) (p. 88) Performing Arts (p. 89) Pharmacy (Professional) (p. 89) Philosophy (p. 89) Physical Education (p. 89) Physical Sciences (p. 89) Physical Therapy (Prof) (p. 89) Political Science/Gov’t (p. 89) Pre-Professional Programs (p. 90) Psychology (p. 90) Religious Studies/Theology (p. 90) Social Sciences (p. 90) Sociology (p. 91) Teacher Credentialing (p. 91) Theater/Theatre Arts (p. 91 Veterinary Medicine (p. 91) Women’s, Gender/Sexuality (p. 91)

Accounting Azusa Pacific University (CBM) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont McKenna College (CBM) Fresno Pacific University (B) La Sierra University (BM) Loyola Marymount University (BM) Menlo College (B) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Pepperdine University (B) Saint Mary’s College of California Santa Clara University (B) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (BM) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BM) Vanguard University (B)

Area Studies – continued 10 11 13 18 19 20 23 29 32 35 39 45 49 54 61 62 63 64 65 67

Anthropology Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Integral Studies Mills College (B) Pitzer College (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of Southern California (BMD)

11 13 15 36 46 48 49 54 55 61 62 63 65

Architecture/Manufacturing Design Art Center College of Design (BM) California Baptist University (B) California College of the Arts (BM) California Lutheran University (B) National University (BCM) Otis College of Art and Design (B) Soka University (B) Stanford University (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BM) Woodbury University (BM)

9 13 14 18 38 41 58 59 64 65 71

Area Studies American Jewish University (B) California Lutheran University (B) Claremont McKenna College (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Scripps College (B) Soka University

7 18 20 32 45 46 48 49 55 58

Stanford University (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BM) University of the Pacific (B) Whittier College (B)

59 62 64 65 66 69

Art/Fine Art/Graphic Design Antioch University Los Angeles (M) Art Center College of Design (BM) Azusa Pacific University (BM) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California College of the Arts (BM) CA Institute of Integral Studies (M) California Institute of the Arts (BM) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont Graduate University (M) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (BM) La Sierra University (B) Laguna Coll. of Art & Design (BM) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (AB) Mills College (BM) Mount St. Mary’s College (AB) National University (BM) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Occidental College (B) Otis College of Art & Design (BM) Pacific Union College (AB) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Francisco Art Institute (BM) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BM) University of the Pacific (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (C) Woodbury University (B)

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Aviation California Baptist University (B) Pacific Union College (AB) San Diego Christian College (B)­

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Academic Programs

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Biological Sciences American Jewish University (B) Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Tech. (BMD) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Harvey Mudd College (B) Holy Names University (B) Keck Graduate Institute (MD) La Sierra University (B) Loma Linda University (MD) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (B) Mount St. Mary’s College (B) National University (B) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Occidental College (BM) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (BM) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Diego Christian College (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) So. Calif. University of Health Sciences Simpson University (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (BM) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (BM) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (B)

Business Admin./Mgmt – continued 7 10 11 13 16 18 19 72 20 21 22 23 25 26 72 29 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 43 45 46 47 48 49 51 54 55 73 56 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70

Business Admin./Management Alliant International University (BMD) American Jewish University (BM) Antioch University Los Angeles (BM) Azusa Pacific University (BM) Biola University (BM) Brandman University (CBM) California Baptist University (BM) California College of the Arts (M) California Lutheran University (BM) Chapman University (BM) Claremont Graduate University (MD)

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Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (BM) Dominican University of California (BM) Fielding Graduate University (MD) Fresno Pacific University (BM) Golden Gate University (BMD) Holy Names University (BM) Hope International University (ABM) Humphreys College (AB) Keck Graduate Institute (PSM) La Sierra University (BM) Loma Linda University (BM) Loyola Marymount University (BM) Marymount California University (ABM) Master’s College, The (B) Menlo College (B) Mills College (BM) Mount St. Mary’s College (AB) National University (BCM) Notre Dame de Namur University (BM) Pacific Union College (AB) Pepperdine University (BM) Phillips Graduate School (MD) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (BM) Saint Mary’s Coll. of California (BM) San Diego Christian College (B) Santa Clara University (BM) Simpson University (B) Stanford University (MD) University of La Verne (BMD) University of Redlands (BM) University of San Diego (BM) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (BM) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (B) Woodbury University (BM)

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Chemistry Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Tech. (BMD) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of Calif.(B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Harvey Mudd College (B) La Sierra University (B) Loma Linda University (MD) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Mills College (B) Mount St. Mary’s College (B)

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Chemistry – continued Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) So. Calif. University of Health Sciences Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern Calif (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B)

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Communications Alliant International University (B) American Jewish University (B) Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) Brandman University (CM) California Baptist University (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (BM) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fielding Graduate University (MD) Fresno Pacific University (B) Golden Gate University (M) Holy Names University (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (BM) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) National University (BM) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (BM) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Diego Christian College (B) Santa Clara University (B) Simpson University (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (BM) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Woodbury University (B)

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Academic Programs

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Computer/Information Science Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) Brandman University (B) California Institute of Tech. (BMD) California Lutheran University (BM) Chapman University (BM) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Harvey Mudd College (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Master’s College, The (B) Menlo College (B) Mills College (BM) Notre Dame de Namur University (BM) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (BM) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Westmont College (B)

Earth Sciences 10 11 12 16 18 19 72 20 25 29 32 34 35 36 39 43 45 46 48 49 54 55 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 68

Dentistry Azusa Pacific University (pre-Dentistry) Biola University (pre-Dentistry) California Baptist University (pre-Dentistry) Concordia University Irvine (pre-Dentistry) Fresno Pacific University (B) Loma Linda University University of San Francisco

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University of Southern Calif. University of the Pacific (BMP) Western University of Health Sciences Westmont College (pre-Dentistry)

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(MBA with UCSF School of Dentistry)

Divinity American Jewish University (M) Azusa Pacific University Biola University (BM) California Baptist University (B) Fresno Pacific University (BCM) La Sierra University Master’s College, The (BMD) Pepperdine University (B) Santa Clara University (M)

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Simpson University

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Biola University (B) California Institute of Tech. (BMD) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (M) Fresno Pacific University (B) Loma Linda University (BMD) Marymount California University (A) Mills College (B) National University (B) Occidental College (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Whittier College (B)

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Economics Azusa Pacific University (B) California Institute of Technology (B) California Lutheran University (BM) Chapman University (BM) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Mills College (B) National University (BCM) Occidental College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B)

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Education Alliant International University (BCMD) American Jewish University (M) Antioch University Los Angeles (CM) Azusa Pacific University (BCMD) Biola University (BCMD)

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Brandman University (BCMD) California Baptist University (BCM) California Lutheran University (BCMD) Chapman University (BCMD) Claremont Graduate University (CMD) Concordia University Irvine (BCM) Dominican University of California (BCM) Fielding Graduate University (MD) Fresno Pacific University (BCM) Holy Names University (CM) Hope International University (BCM) Humphreys College (AB) La Sierra University (BCMD) Loyola Marymount University (BCMD) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (BC) Mills College (BCMD) Mount St. Mary’s College (ABCM) National University (BCM) Notre Dame de Namur University (CBM) Occidental College (BCM) Pacific Oaks College (BCM) Pacific Union College (ABCM) Pepperdine University (BCMD) Point Loma Nazarene University (CBM) Saint Mary’s Coll. of California (CMD) San Diego Christian College (BC) Santa Clara University (CM) Simpson University (BCM) Soka University of America (M) Stanford University (CMD) Touro University California (CM) University of La Verne (BCMD) University of Redlands (BCMD) University of San Diego (BCMD) University of San Francisco (BCMD) University of Southern California (CMD) University of the Pacific (BCMD) Vanguard University (BCM) Westmont College (BC) Whittier College (CM) William Jessup University (BC)

Engineering Azusa Pacific University (B) 10 Biola University (B) 11 California Baptist University (B) 13 California Institute of Tech. (BMD) 16 Claremont Graduate University (MD) 72 Claremont McKenna College (B) 20 Concordia University Irvine (pre-engineering 21 Harvey Mudd College (B) 25 Loyola Marymount University (BM) 32 36 Mills College (B) National University (BCM) 38 Occidental College (B) 40 Pacific Union College (B) 43 Pepperdine University (B) 45 Point Loma Nazarene University (B) 47 Pomona College (B) 48

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Academic AcademicPrograms Programs

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Environmental Studies/Science

Engineering – continued Saint Mary’s Coll. of CA. (B) (3+2)_ Santa Clara University (BMD) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of San Diego (B) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (BM) Westmont College (B) (pre-Engineering)

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English Language & Literature American Jewish University (B) Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (BM) California College of the Arts (BM) California Institute of Technology (B) California Institute of the Arts (M) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (BM) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (BM) Hope International University (B) La Sierra University (BM) Loyola Marymount University (BM) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (BM) Mount St. Mary’s College (B) National University (BM) Notre Dame de Namur University (BM) Occidental College (B) Otis College of Art & Design (M) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s Coll. of California (BM) San Diego Christian College (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Simpson University (B) Soka University of America (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (B)

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Antioch University Los Angeles(BM) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont McKenna College (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (BM) Mills College (B) National University (BM) Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Soka University of America (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BM) University of the Pacific (B) Westmont College (B)

Health Sciences 8 11 13 18 19 20 23 29 32 36 38 40 43 46 47 48 49 54 55 58 59 61 62 63 64 63 66 68

Film/Television/Media Art Center College of Design (BM) 9 10 Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) 11 California Baptist University (B) 13 California College of the Arts (BM) 14 California Institute of the Arts (BM) 17 19 Chapman University (BM) Claremont McKenna College (B) 20 Fresno Pacific University 23 La Sierra University (B) 29 Laguna College of Art & Design (B)___ 30 Loyola Marymount University (BM) 32 Marymount California University (AB) 33 Mount St. Mary’s College (B) 37 National University (BM) 38 Occidental College (B) 40 Otis College of Art & Design (B) 41 Pacific Union College (B) 43 Pepperdine University (BM) 45 Pitzer College (B) 46 Pomona College (B) 48 San Francisco Art Institute (BM) 52 Scripps College (B) 55 59 Stanford University (BM) University of La Verne (B) 61 University of San Francisco (B) 64 University of Southern California (BMD)____65 Vanguard University (B) 67

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Azusa Pacific University (BM) 10 Biola University (B) 11 Brandman University (CM) 12 13 California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Integral Studies (M)___15 Chapman University (BM) 19 Claremont Graduate University (MD) 72 Dominican University of Calif. (BM) 22 23 Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (BCM) 26 Humphreys College (A) 28 La Sierra University (B) 29 Loma Linda University (ABMDP) 31 32 Loyola Marymount University (AB) Marymount California University (A) 33 Mills College (B) 36 Mount St. Mary’s College (ABM) 37 38 National University (ABM) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) 39 Pacific Union College (A) 43 45 Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) 46 Point Loma Nazarene University (BM) 47 Saint Mary’s College of California (B) 49 Samuel Merritt University (BMD) 50 54 Santa Clara University (B) Saybrook University (MD) 73 So. California University of Health Sci. (MP) 73 Stanford University (P) 59 Touro University California (MDP) 73 61 University of La Verne (BM) University of Redlands (BM) 62 University of San Diego (MD) 63 University of San Francisco (BMD) 64 University of Southern California (BMD) 65 66 University of the Pacific (BMD) Vanguard University (B) 67 Western University of Health Sci. (MP) 73 Westmont College (B) 68

History Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Technology (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (B) Mount St. Mary’s College (B) National University (BM)

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Academic Programs Academic Programs

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

History – continued Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Diego Christian College (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Simpson University (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (BM) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (B) Woodbury University (B) Humanities Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (BM) California Institute of Integral Studies California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (BM) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (BM) Fresno Pacific University (AB) Holy Names University (BM) Hope International University (BM) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (BM) Mount St. Mary’s College (BM) National University (AB) Occidental College (B) Pepperdine University (BM) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Simpson University (BM) Soka University of America (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (BM)

Int’l Relations/Studies – continued

Humanities – continued 39 40 43 45 46 47 48 49 51 54 55 56 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71

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University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B)

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Interdisciplinary Studies Biola University (B) 11 Brandman University (B) 12 California Baptist University (B) 13 California Institute of Integral Studies (M)___15 18 California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) 19 Claremont Graduate University (MD) 72 Claremont McKenna College (B) 20 22 Dominican University of California (B) Fielding Graduate University 72 Harvey Mudd College (B) 25 26 Holy Names University (B) La Sierra University (B) 29 Loma Linda University (M) 31 Marymount California University (A) 33 36 Mills College (B) National University (B) 38 Notre Dame de Namur University (B) 39 Pacific Union College (B) 43 Pitzer College (B) 46 48 Pomona College (B) San Diego Christian College (B) 51 Santa Clara University (B) 54 Scripps College (B) 55 Soka University of America (B) 58 59 Stanford University (B) University of Southern California (B) 65 Westmont College (B) 68 Woodbury University (B) 71

International Relations/Studies Alliant International University (B) American Jewish University (B) Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont McKenna College (BM) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Holy Names University (B) Marymount California University (B) Menlo College (B) Mills College (B) Occidental College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (B) University of La Verne (B)

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University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (BM) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B)

Kinesiology Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Fresno Pacific University (BM) Master’s College, The (B) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B)

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Languages Azusa Pacific University (B) (Spanish) 10 Biola University (B) (Spanish) 11 13 California Baptist University (B) (Spanish) California Institute of Integral Studies (M)___15 (Classical Chinese, Sanskrit,Tibetan)) California Lutheran University (B) 18 Chapman University (B) 19 20 Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) (Spanish) 12 Fresno Pacific University (B) (Spanish) 23 La Sierra University (B) (Spanish) 29 Loyola Marymount University (B) 32 33 Marymount California University (A) Mills College (B) (English, French, Spanish) 36 Mount St. Mary’s College (B) (English) 37 National University (B) 38 Occidental College (B) 40 43 Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) 45 Pitzer College (B) (Spanish) 46 Point Loma Nazarene University (B) 47 Pomona College (B) (Multiple Languages) 48 Saint Mary’s College of CA (B) (Spanish) 49 Santa Clara University (B) (English, French, Latin Spanish, Italian, German) 54 Scripps College (B) 55 Soka University of America (B) 58 Stanford University (BMD) 59 University of La Verne (B) 61 University of Redlands (B) 62 University of San Diego (B) 63 University of San Francisco (B) (French, Spanish, Japanese) 64 University of Southern California (BMD) 65 University of the Pacific (B) 66 Westmont College (B) 68 Whittier College (B) 69

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A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Lib. Arts/Sci./Studies – continued

Law (Professional) Alliant International University 6 10 Azusa Pacific University (B) 11 Biola University 13 California Baptist University (B) (pre-Law) 19 Chapman University 23 Fresno Pacific University (B) (pre-Law) 24 Golden Gate University 28 Humphreys College 32 Loyola Marymount University 45 Pepperdine University 47 Point Loma Nazarene University (B) 54 Santa Clara University 59 Stanford University 61 University of La Verne 63 University of San Diego 64 University of San Francisco (MP) 65 University of Southern California 66 University of the Pacific (MDP) Westmont College (B) (pre-Law) 68 69 Whittier College

Liberal Arts/Sciences/Studies Alliant International University (B) American Jewish University (B) Antioch University Los Angeles (B) Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) Brandman University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Integral Studies (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (B) Hope International University (B) Humphreys College (AB) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (AB) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (B) Mount St. Mary’s College (AB) National University (B) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (BM) San Diego Christian College (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College Simpson University (B) Sofia University of America (B) Soka University (B) Stanford University (BMD)

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Thomas Aquinas College (B) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (M) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (B) Woodbury University (B)

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Mathematics Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Tech. (BMD) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Harvey Mudd College (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (BM) Mount St. Mary’s College (B) National University (B) Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Diego Christian College (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Simpson University (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (B)

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Medicine Azusa Pacific University (pre-Med) Biola University (pre-Med) California Baptist University (pre-Med) Fresno Pacific University (B) (pre-Health) Loma Linda University (Medicine)

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Medicine – continued Samuel Merritt University (Podiatric) 50 So. California Univ. of Health Sciences (MP) 73 (Chiropractic, Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, Massage Therapy, Ayurvedic Medicine, Integrated Science Program)

Stanford University (Medicine) Touro University California (Osteopathic) Univ. of Southern California (Medicine) Vanguard University (B) (pre-Med) Western University of Health Sciences

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Ministries (see Religious Studies) Music Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of the Arts (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Mills College (B) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Pacific Union College (AB) Pomona College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Simpson University (B) University of La Verne (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) William Jessup University (B)

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Nursing (Professional) Azusa Pacific University (BMD) Biola University(B) Brandman University (BCD) California Baptist University (BM) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (BM) Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (BCM) Loma Linda University Mills College Mount St. Mary’s College National University Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Pacific Union College Point Loma Nazarene University(BM) Samuel Merritt University Simpson University University of San Diego University of San Francisco (BMD) Vanguard University (BM) Western University of Health Sciences

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Academic Programs

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Philosophy

Performing Arts Azusa Pacific University (BM) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (BM) California Institute of the Arts (BM) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (BM) Hope International University (BM) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (BM) Mount St. Mary’s College (B) Notre Dame de Namur University (BM) Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (AB) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Diego Christian College (B) San Francisco Conserv. of Music (BM) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Simpson University (B) Soka University (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (BM) University of San Diego (BM) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (BM) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (B)

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Pharmacy Azusa Pacific University (pre-Pharmacy) Biola University (pre-Pharmacy) Keck Graduate Institute California Baptist University (pre-Pharm.) Fresno Pacific University (B) (pre-Pharm.) Loma Linda University Touro University California University of Southern California University of the Pacific (P) Western University of Health Sciences Westmont College (B) (pre-Pharm.)

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Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (BM) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Technology (B) California Institute of Integral Studies California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (B) Loyola Marymount University (BM) Marymount California University (A) Mills College (B) Mount St. Mary’s College (B) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Occidental College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B)

Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of Tech. (BMD) California Lutheran University (B) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Harvey Mudd College (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (B) National University (B) Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Francisco Cnsrv. of Music (BM) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B)

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Azusa Pacific University (BPD) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) Chapman University Fresno Pacific University (B) (pre-PT) Loma Linda University Mount St. Mary’s College Point Loma Nazarene University(B) Samuel Merritt University University of Southern California University of the Pacific (P) Western University of Health Sciences Westmont College (B) (pre-PT)

10 11 13 19 23 31 37 46 50 65 66 73 68

Political Science/Government American Jewish University (B) Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (BM) California Institute of Technology (B) California Lutheran University (BM) Chapman University (B) Claremont Graduate University(MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B)

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Physical Therapy

Physical Education Azusa Pacific University (BM) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (BM) California Lutheran University (B) Concordia University Irvine (BM) Chapman University (B) Fresno Pacific University (BM) La Sierra University (B) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Saint Mary’s Coll. of California (BM) San Diego Christian College (B) University of La Verne (B) University of San Francisco (BM) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B)

Physical Sciences

10 11 13 16 72 18 19 72 20 23 26 32 33 36 37 39 40 45 46 47 48 49 54 55 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 68 69


Academic Programs

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Psychology – continued

Political Sci./Gov’t – continued Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (BM) Mount St. Mary’s College (B) National University (BM) Notre Dame de Namur University (BM) Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (B) Woodbury University (B)

23 26 29 32 34 36 37 38 39 40 43 45 46 47 48 49 54 55 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71

Pre-Professional Programs Azusa Pacific University (B) 10 11 Biola University (BM) California Baptist University (B) 13 Chapman University (B) 19 Concordia University Irvine (B) 21 Dominican University of California (B) 22 Fresno Pacific University (B) 23 La Sierra University (B) 29 Loyola Marymount University (B) 32 Marymount California University (B) 33 Mills College (B) 36 National University (B) 38 Notre Dame de Namur University (B) 39 Pacific Union College (AB) 43 University of San Francisco (B) (pre-Dental; Medical; pre-Pharm; pre-Optometry; pre-Podiatry; Pre-Vet.) 64 67 Vanguard University (B)

Psychology Alliant International University (BMD) 6 American Jewish University (B) 7 Antioch University Los Angeles (BM) 8 Azusa Pacific University (BMD) 10 Biola University (BMD) 11 12 Brandman University (BM) California Baptist University (BM) 14 California Institute of Integral Studies (MD)___15 California Lutheran University (BMD) 18

Chapman University (BM) 19 Chicago School of Prof. Psychology (BMD) 72 Claremont Graduate University (MD) 72 Claremont McKenna College (B) 20 Concordia University Irvine (B) 21 Dominican University of California (BM) 22 Fielding Graduate University (MD) 72 Fresno Pacific University (B) 23 Golden Gate University (M) 24 Holy Names University (BM) 26 Hope International University (BM) 27 La Sierra University (B) 29 Loma Linda University (MD) 31 Loyola Marymount University (BM) 32 Marymount California University (ABM`) 33 Menlo College (B) 35 Mills College (B) 36 37 Mount St. Mary’s College (BM) National University (BM) 38 Notre Dame de Namur University (BMD) 39 Occidental College (B) 40 Pacific Union College (B) 43 44 Palo Alto University (MD) Pepperdine University (BMD) 45 Phillips Graduate Institute 73 Pitzer College (B) 46 Point Loma Nazarene University (B) 47 48 Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) 49 San Diego Christian College (B) 51 Santa Clara University (B) 54 Saybrook University (MD) 73 55 Scripps College (B) Simpson University (BM) 56 Soka University (B) 58 Stanford University (BMD) 59 University of La Verne (BMD) 61 62 University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) 63 University of San Francisco (BD) 64 University of Southern California (BMD) 65 University of the Pacific (BM) 66 Vanguard University (BM) 67 Westmont College (B) 68 Whittier College (B) 69 William Jessup University (B) 70 Woodbury University (B) 71

Religious Studies/Theology American Jewish University (BM) Azusa Pacific University (BMD) Biola University (BMD) California Baptist University (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont Graduate University (MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (BM) Dominican University of California (B) Fresno Pacific University (BM)

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Religious Studies/Theo. – continued Holy Names University (BMC) Hope International University (ABM) La Sierra University (BM) Loma Linda University (M) Loyola Marymount University (BM) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (BMD) Mount St. Mary’s College (BM) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Occidental College (B) Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (BM) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (BM) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Diego Christian College (B) Santa Clara University (BM) Scripps College (B) Simpson University (BM) Sofia University (M) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (B) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (BM) Westmont College (B) (pre-Ministry) Whittier College (B) William Jessup University (AB)

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Social Sciences Alliant International University (B) Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (BM) Brandman University (B) California Baptist University (BM) California Institute of Technology (BMD) Chapman University (BM) Claremont Graduate University(MD) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Dominican University of California (B) Fielding Graduate University(MD) Fresno Pacific University (BM) Holy Names University (B) Hope International University (B) Humphreys College (AB) La Sierra University (B) Loma Linda University (MD) Loyola Marymount University(BM) Marymount California University (A) Master’s College, The (B) Mills College (B) Mount St. Mary’s College (AB) National University (BM) Notre Dame de Namur University(B) Occidental College (B) Pacific Oaks College (BM)

6 10 11 12 13 16 19 71 20 21 22 72 23 26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 42


Academic Programs

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Social Sciences – continued Pacific Union College (B) Pepperdine University (BM) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University(B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) San Diego Christian College (B) San Francisco Art Institute (BM) Scripps College (B) Simpson University (B) Soka University of America (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (BM) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (BM) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B) Woodbury University (B)

Teacher Credentialing 43 45 46 47 48 49 51 52 55 56 58 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 71

Sociology Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) Brandman University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Fresno Pacific University (B) Holy Names University (B) La Sierra University (B) Loyola Marymount University (B) Marymount California University (A) Mills College (B) Mount St. Mary’s College (B) National University (B) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Occidental College (B) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Point Loma Nazarene University (B) Pomona College (B) Saint Mary’s College of California (B) Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) Soka University (B) Stanford University (BMD) University of La Verne (B) University of Redlands (B) University of San Diego (B) University of San Francisco (B) University of Southern California (BMD) University of the Pacific (B) Vanguard University (B) Westmont College (B) Whittier College (B)

10 11 12 13 18 19 23 26 29 32 33 36 37 38 39 40 45 46 47 48 49 54 55 58 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69

Alliant International University (C) Antioch University Los Angeles (C) Azusa Pacific University (C) Biola University (C) Brandman University (C) California Baptist University (C) California Lutheran University (C) Chapman University (C) Claremont Graduate University (C) Concordia University Irvine (C) Dominican University of California (C) Fresno Pacific University (C) Holy Names University (C) Hope International University (C) Humphreys College (B) La Sierra University (C) Loyola Marymount University (C) Master’s College, The (C) Mills College (C) Mount St. Mary’s College (C) National University (C) Notre Dame de Namur University (C) Occidental College (C) Pacific Oaks College (C) Pacific Union College (C) Pepperdine University (C) Point Loma Nazarene University (C) Saint Mary’s College of California (C) San Diego Christian College (C) Santa Clara University (C) Simpson University (C) Stanford University (C) Touro University California (C) University of La Verne (C) University of Redlands (C) University of San Diego (C) University of San Francisco (C) University of Southern California (C) University of the Pacific (C) Vanguard University (C) Westmont College (C) Whittier College (C) William Jessup University (C)

Theater/Theatre Arts – continued 6 8 10 11 12 13 18 19 71 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 32 34 36 37 38 39 40 42 43 45 47 49 51 54 56 59 73 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70

Santa Clara University (B) Scripps College (B) University of La Verne (B) University of Southern California (BM) Vanguard University (BM) Westmont College (B) William Jessup University (B)

54 55 61 65 67 68 70

Veterinary Medicine Azusa Pacific University (pre-Veterinarian) Biola University (pre-Veterinarian) Concordia University Irvine (pre-Vet) Western University of Health Sciences Westmont College (B) (pre-Veterinarian)

10 11 21 73 68

Women’s, Gender/Sexuality California Institute of Integral Studies (MD)___15 20 Claremont McKenna College Dominican University of California 22 Loyola Marymount University (B) 32 36 Mills College (B) Pomona College (B) 48 Saint Mary’s College of California (B) 49 Santa Clara University (B) 54 Sofia University (M) 57 65 University of Southern California (B)

Theater/Theatre Arts Azusa Pacific University (B) Biola University (B) California Baptist University (B) California Institute of the Arts (B) California Lutheran University (B) Chapman University (B) Claremont McKenna College (B) Concordia University Irvine (B) Loyola Marymount University(B) Notre Dame de Namur University (B) Pacific Union College (A) Pepperdine University (B) Pitzer College (B) Pomona College (B)

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Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Alliant International University Applied Criminology Business Admin./Management Child Development Criminal Justice Education International Relations Law Leadership Liberal Studies Couple and Family Therapy Psychology Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Educational/School Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Indust./Organizational

American Jewish University

P. 6

M BMD B B CMD BM D D B MD B D M MD D MD P. 7

Area Studies Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Communications Divinity (Professional) Education English Language & Literature International Relations Liberal Arts/Sciences/Studies Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology

B B BM B M M B B B B B BM

Antioch University LA

P. 8

Business & Social Entrepreneurship B Child Studies B Creative Writing BM Education M M Education Leadership and Change Liberal Studies B Organizational Management M Psychology BM Urban Community & Environment B C Teacher Credentialing

Art Center College of Design Arch./Manufacturing Design Art/Fine Art Film/Television/Media

Azusa Pacific University

Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Administration/Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Divinity Economics Education Engineering (3/2)

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P. 9

BM BM BM P. 10

BM B BM B B B P B BCMD B

Azusa Pacific – continued English Language & Literature Film/Television/Media Health Sciences History Humanities Languages (Spanish) Liberal Studies Ministries Mathematics Nursing Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Education Physical Sciences Physical Therapy Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

Biola University

Biola University – continued B B BMPD B B B B BM B P BM B BM B BPD B BMD BMD B B P. 11

Anthropology B Art/Fine Art B Biochemistry B BM Biblical Studies Business Admin./Management BM Chemistry B Biological Sciences B Christian Apologetics M BM Christian Education Christian Ministry and Leadership M Cinema and Media Arts B Communications B Communication Disorders B B Computer Info Science Divinity M Education BCMD Engineering Physics (3/2) B English Language & Literature B Environmental Science B Health Sciences B History B Humanities BM Human Biology B Intercultural Studies BM Journalism B Kinesiology B Liberal Studies/Elementary Ed. B Mathematics B Ministry D Missiology MD Nursing B Music B Music in Worship B Philosophy BM Physical Education B Physical Sciences B Political Science/Government B

Pre-Professional Programs: Pre-Law, Pre-Med, Pre-Chiro, Pre-Health Care Prof, Pre-Athletic Training, Pre Dental, Pre Optometry, Pre Pharmacy, Pre Physician Assistant, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Vet Psychology BMD Religious Studies/Theology BMD Science and Religion M BM Social Sciences Sociology B Spanish B Spiritual Formation and Soul Care M Theater B Theology M Urban Studies B

Brandman University

P. 12

Applied Studies Business Admin./Management Computer Information Science Criminal Justice Education General Education Health Sciences Human Resources Legal Studies Liberal Arts/Sciences/Studies Nursing (Professional) Organizational Leadership Psychology Public Administration School Counseling Social Sciences Sociology Teacher Credentialing

California Baptist University Anthropology Applied Theology Accounting Architecture Art/Fine Art Athletic Training Aviation Flight Behaviorial Science Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Biological Sciences Business Administration Chemistry Christian Behavioral Science Christian Studies Civil Engineering Clinical Health Science Communication Disorders Communication Studies Construction Management Counseling Ministry Counseling Psychology Criminal Justice Disability Studies

B BCM B B BCMD A CM M B B BCMD BM BM M CM B B C

P. 13

B B B BM B M B B B B BM B B B B BS B B BS M M B M


Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

CA. Institute of Integral Studies

California Baptist – continued Early Childhood Studies Education Electrical & Computer Engineering Engineering English Language & Literature Environmental Science Exercise Science Film Studies Forensic Psychology Foundational Mathematics Graphic Arts & Digital Media Health Care Administration Health Education Health Sciences History Intercultural Studies International Health International Studies Journalism Kinesiology Languages Liberal Studies Marketing Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Ministries Music Nursing Nutrition and Food Sciences Performing Arts Philosophy Photography Physical Education Political Science/Government Psychology Public Relations Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Software Engineering Spanish Statistics/Applied Statistics Theatre Visual Arts

California College of the Arts Animation Architecture/Manufacturing Design Art/Fine Art Business Admin/Management Design English Language & Literature (writing/creative) Fashion Design Film & Media Arts Graphic Design Humanities (visual studies)

B BCM B B BM B B B M B B BS BS B B B B B B BM B B B B B B BM BMP B BM B B BM BM BM BM B BM B B B B B B P. 14

B BM BM M BM BM B BM BM BM

Anthropology Counseling Psychology Health Sciences Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies Languages (Classical Chinese; Sanskrit;Tibetan,) Philosophy Psychology Women’s Gender Studies

MD MD M B B B MD BMD MD

Calif. Institute of Technology Biological Sciences Chemistry Computer Information Science Earth Science Economics Engineering English Language & Literature History Independent Studies Mathematics Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Social Sciences

P. 16

BDM BDM BDM BDM B BDM B B B BDM B BDM B BDM

California Institute of the Arts

P. 17

Art/Fine Art Critical Studies Dance Film/Video Music Musical Arts Theater

BM M BM BM BM D BM

California Lutheran University Accounting Area Studies (Asian) Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Earth Science Economics Education English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Global Studies History Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies Kinesiology Languages Liberal Studies Mathematics Performing Arts (Music) Philosophy

P. 15

P. 18

B B B B BM B B BM B BM BCMD B B B B B B B B B B B B

California Lutheran – continued Physical Education Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Sociology Theatre/Theatre Arts

Chapman University

Accounting Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Sociology Earth Sciences Economics Education Engineering (3/2) English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Film/Television/Media Health Sciences History Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies International Relations Kinesiology Languages Law Liberal Arts Mathematics Music Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Therapy Political Science/Government Pre-Professional Programs Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Teacher Credentialing Theater Arts

Chicago School of Prof. Psych.

B B BM BMD B B B P. 19

B B B B BM B B BM B B B BCMD B BM B BM BM B BM B BM B B D B B B B B D B B BM B BM B C BM P. 73

Applied Behavior Analysis Clinical Psychology Forensic Psychology Industrial/Organizational Psych. Business Psychology Marital & Family Therapy Organizational Leadership Psychology

MD D MD M D MD D D

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Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Claremont Graduate University

P. 72

Area Studies B Art M Business Admin./Management CMD MD Computer/Information Science Economics CMD Education CMD Engineering (joint with WCSULB) MD English Language & Literature MD MD Health Sciences History MD Humanities CMD Interdisciplinary Studies MD International Relations MD MD Mathematics Philosophy MD Political Science MD Religious Studies MD Social Sciences MD

Claremont McKenna College Accounting Area Studies Biological Sciences Business Admin/Management Chemistry Computer Information Science Economics Engineering (3/2) English Language & Literature Environmental Studies/Science Film/Television/Media History Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies International Relations Languages Liberal Arts/Sciences/Studies Mathematics Music Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies Social Sciences Theatre Women Studies

Concordia University Irvine Art Athletic Training Behavioral Sciences Biblical Languages Biology Business Administration Chemistry Christian Education Leadership Coaching & Athletic Administration Communications

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P. 20

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B P. 21

B B B B B BM B B B B

Concordia – continued Economics B CM Education English B Exercise and Sport Science B Graphic Design B History and Political Thought B B Humanities and Fine Arts International Studies BM Liberal Studies B Mathematics B Music B B Nursing Pre-Professional Programs B Pre-Dental Pre-Medical Pre-Veterinary Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Physician Assistant Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Physical Therapy Psychology B B Physics Teacher Credential C Theatre B Theological Studies B Theology BM

Dominican University of Calif.

P. 22

Art - Graphic Art - Studio Art History Biological Sciences Business Administration Chemistry Communications & Media Studies Counseling Psychology Dance/Lines Ballet Education English English with a Writing Emphasis Gender Studies Health Science/Pre-OT History Humanities & Cultural Studies Interdisciplinary Studies International Studies Liberal Studies (Teacher Preparation) Music (Performance Concentration) Nursing Political Science Pre-Med Advising Track Psychology Public Health Religion

B B B BM BM B B M B CM B B B BM B BM B B BC B BM B B B B B

Fielding Graduate University Business Admin./Management Education Human Development Organizational Development Psychology Social Sciences

P. 72

MD MD D MD MD MD

Fresno Pacific University Applied Mathematics Art Biblical & Religious Studies Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communications Criminal Justice Earth Science Education English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Film/Television/Media Health Sciences History Humanities Intercultural Studies Kinesiology Languages (Spanish) Liberal Studies Mathematics Ministries Performing Arts (Music) Philosophy Physical Education Political Science/Government Pre-Law Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Social Work Sociology Teacher Credentialing

Golden Gate University

Accounting Business Admin./Management Communications Information Tech. Mgmt. Law Psychology Taxation

P. 23

B B B B BM B B B B BCM B B B B B AB B BM B B B B B B BM B B B B BM B B C P. 24

MA/MS BMD M MS/MBA P M MS/CERT

Harvey Mudd College

P. 25

Holy Names University

P. 26

Biological Sciences Chemistry Computer Info Science Engineering (General) Interdisciplinary Studies Mathematics Physical Sciences

Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Child Development Communications

B B B B B B

B B B BM B B


Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Holy Names – continued Criminology Education English Language & Literature Health Sciences History Humanities Intercultural Peace and Justice Interdisciplinary Studies International Relations Liberal Studies Ministries Nursing Performing Arts (Music) Philosophy Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Sports Biology

Hope International University Business Admin./Management Education Humanities Intercultural Studies Liberal Studies Ministries Performing Arts (Music) Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences

Humphreys College Business Admin./Management Court Reporting Cert. Criminal Justice Education Health Sci. (Med Records) Law Liberal Studies Paralegal Studies Social Sciences Teacher Credential

Keck Graduate Institute

La Sierra – continued B CM BM B B B B B B B M MP BM B B BM BM B B B P. 27

ABM BCM BM B B ABM B BM ABM B P. 28

AB AB AB ABM A P AB AB AB C P. 72

Biological Sciences Pharmacy (Pharm D)

MDP P

La Sierra University

P. 29

Accounting Administration & Leadership Archeology Art/Fine Art Biochemistry Biological Sciences Biomathematics Biomedical Sciences Biophysics

BM B BM B B B B B B

Business Admin./Management BM Business and Society B Chemistry B Communication: Media Studies B Public Relations B Strategic Communication B Computer Information Science B B Computer Science Criminal Justice B Curriculum & Instruction MD Divinity M Education BCMD MD Educational Psychology English Language & Literature BM Environmental Science: Natural Science B Environmental Science: Physical Science B B Exercise Science Film & Television Production: Individualized Emphasis B Production Emphasis B Script Writing Emphasis B Finance BM Global Studies B Graphic Design B B Health Care Management Health Sciences B History B Human Resource Management M Humanities B B Languages (Spanish) Liberal Arts B Liberal Studies B Management B Marketing BM B Mathematics Music Education, Performance, Technology B Neuroscience B Pre-Professional Programs B Psychobiology B Psychology B Philosophical Studies B Physical Education B Physical Science B Physics B Political Economy B Political Science/Government B Humanities B BM Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences B Social Work B Sociology B Special Education B

Laguna College of Art & Design Animation Art/Fine Art Film/Television/Media Game Art Graphic Design Illustration

P. 30

B BM B B B B

Loma Linda University

P. 31

MD Anatomy MD Biochemistry MD Biology M Biomedical and Clinical Ethics M Biostatistics M Child Life Specialist B Clinical Laboratory Science M Clinical Ministry BM Communication Science & Disorders M Counseling M Criminal Justice B Cytotechnology M Dental Anesthesiology B Dental Hygiene P Dentistry, General P Dentistry, International Program A Dietetic Technology D Earth Science B Emergency Medical Care M Endodontics M Environmental Epidemiology B Environmental Sciences M Environmental & Occupational Health MD Epidemiology MD Family Studies BM Geology M Gerontology M Global Health M Global Epidemiology M Health Care Administration MD Health Education B Health Geographics & Biomed. Data Mgnt B Health Information Administration MD Health Policy and Leadership M Health Professions Education B Health Sciences M Health Services Research M Implant Dentistry M Lifestyle Medicine MD Marital and Family Therapy M Maternal and Child Health A Medical Radiography D Medical Scientist P Medicine MD Microbiology/Molecular Genetics M Natural Sciences BMD Nursing BM Nutrition and Dietetics M Nutritional Care Management MD Occupational Therapy M Nutritional Epidemiology MD Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics MD M Orthotics and Prosthetics MD Pediatric Dentistry MD Periodontics MD Pharmacology P Pharmacy MD Physical Therapy A Physical Therapist Assistant Physician Assistant M

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Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Loma Linda – continued Physiology Preventive Care Prosthodontics Psychology, Clinical Psychology, General Public Administration Public Health Nutrition Public Health Practice Radiation Sciences Radiologist Assistant Rehabilitation Science Religion and the Sciences Respiratory Care Social Policy and Social Research Social Work Social Work, Clinical

Loyola Marymount University Accounting Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Economics Education Engineering English Language & Literature Environmental Studies/Science Film/Television/Media Health Science (Sports Med) History Humanities International Relations Languages Law Liberal Studies Mathematics Music Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Pre-Professional Programs Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Teacher Credentialing Theatre Arts Women’s, Gender/Sexuality

Marymount California Univ. Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry

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Marymount – continued MD D M D M D MD M BM B D M B D M D P. 32

BM B B B BM B B BM B BCDM BM BM BM BM B B B B B P B B B B BM B B B B BM B B CM B B

P. 33

A AB A ABM A

Communications Computer Information Science Earth Science Economics Education English Language & Literature Film/Television Health Sciences History Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies International Relations Languages Liberal Studies Mathematics Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Education Physical Sciences Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

Master’s College, The

Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Communications Computer Information Science Divinity Education English Language & Literature History Humanities Liberal Studies Mathematics Ministries Performing Arts (Music) Physical Education Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Teacher Credentialing

A A A A A A AB AB A A A A A AB A A A A A ABM A A A P. 34

B B B B P BCM B B B B B BM B B B B BM B M

Menlo College Accounting Business Admin./Management Entrepreneurship Finance Human Resource Management International Management Marketing Marketing Communications Management Information Systems Psychology Real Estate Sports Management

P. 35

B B B B B B B B B B B B

Mills College

P. 36

American Studies Anthropology Art/Fine Art Art History Biology Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Biopsychology Book Art and Creative Writing Business Administration Business Economics Chemistry Child Development Computer Science Creative Writing Dance Dance/Choreography Dance/Performance & Choreography Early Childhood Education Economics Education Educational Leadership Electronic Music & Recording Media Engineering (3/2) English English Literature Environmental Science Environmental Studies Ethnic Studies French and Francophone Studies Government History Infant Mental Health Intermedia Arts International Relations Latin American Studies Leadership in Early Childhood Literary and Cultural Studies Mathematics Music Music Composition Music Performance and Literature Nursing Philosophy Political, Legal, & Econ. Analysis Pre-Medical Studies Psychology Public Policy Sociology Spanish/Spanish American Studies Women’s, Gender/Sexuality Studies

B B BM B B BC B M M B B B BM M BM M M M BM CM MD M B B M B B B B B B M BM B B MD B BM B M M A B B C B BM B B B

Mount St. Mary’s College

P. 37

American Studies Art Biological Sciences Business Administration Chemistry Documentary Film & Social Justice Education English

B B B AB B B ABCM B


Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Mount St. Mary’s – continued Gerontology Health Sciences History Human Services Biological Sciences Humanities Language & Culture Liberal Studies Mathematics Music Nursing Philosophy Physical Therapy Political Science Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

National University

Notre Dame – continued

B AM B A B M B AB B B ABM B P B BM BM AB B P. 38

Art/Fine Art ABM B Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management BM Clinical Regulatory Affairs M Communications BM Community Health M BM Computer Information Science Earth Science B Education BCM Engineering BM English Language & Literature BM BM Film/Television/Media Health Education BM Health Sciences ABM History B Humanities B B Interdisciplinary/Studies Leadership BM Language B Liberal Studies B Mathematics B Natural Sciences B Nursing BP Political Science/Government BM Pre-law B Psychology BM Social Sciences BM Sociology B

Notre Dame de Namur Univ. Accounting Art/Fine Art Art/Graphic Design Biochemistry Biology Bus. Admin/Mgmt/Public Admin Communications Computer Information Science English Health Sciences

P. 39

B B B B B BM B BM BM B

History Human Services Kinesiology Liberal Studies Musical Performance Pre-Nursing (2+2) Philosophy Political Science/Government Psychology/Art Therapy/Marital & Family Therapy/Gerontology Religious Studies/Theology School Administration Sociology Special Education Teacher Education Theater Arts

Occidental College

BMD B CM B CM CM B

P. 40

Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Chemistry Earth Science Economics Education Engineering (3/2) English Language & Literature Film/Television/Media History Humanities International Relations Languages Mathematics Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Education Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

Otis College of Art & Design Arch./Manufactur’g Design (6 majors) Art/Fine Arts English Language & Lit. (Writing) Film/Television/Media

Pacific Union – continued B B B B BM B B B

B B BM B B B BCM B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

P. 41

B BM M B

Pacific Oaks College

P. 42

Pacific Union College

P. 43

Education Social Sciences

BCM BM

Art/Fine Art AB Aviation AB Biological Sciences B Business Admin./Management AB

Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Education Emergency Services Engineering English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Film/Television/Media Health Sciences History Languages Liberal Studies Mathematics Nursing Performing Arts (Acting, Music) Physical Education Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Work

B B B ABCM A A B B AB A B B B BP B AB B B B B B B

Palo Alto University

P. 44

Psychology

BMD

Pepperdine University

P. 45

Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Economics Education Engineering (3/2) English Language & Literature Film/Television/Media Health Sciences History International Relations Languages Law Liberal Studies Mathematics Ministries Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

Phillips Graduate Institute

B B B BM B BM B B BCMD B B BM B B BM B P B B BM B B B B BMD BM BM B

P. 73

Business Administration/Management Education Psychology

MD CM MD

97


Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Pitzer College

P. 46

Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Administration/Management Chemistry Earth Sciences Economics English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Film/Television/Media Health Sciences History Humanities (Classics) Interdisciplinary/Studies International Relations Languages Mathematics Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

B B B B B B B B B B BP B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

Point Loma Nazarene Univ.

P. 47

Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Earth Science Economics Education Engineering (3/2) English Language & Literature Health Sciences History Humanities International Relations Languages Law Mathematics Ministries Nursing Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Education Physical Sciences Physical Therapy (B) Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

98

B B BM BM B B B B B BCM B B BP B B B B B B BM PBM B B B B B B B BM B B

Pomona College

Anthropology Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Chemistry Chinese Classics Computer Information Science Earth Science Economics Engineering (3/2) English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Film/Television/Media French Geology History Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies International Relations Languages Liberal Studies Linguistics Mathematics Music Neuroscience Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Women’s Studies

Saint Mary’s College of Calif. Accounting Anthropology Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communications Computer Science Earth Science Economics Education Engineering (3/2) English Language & Literature Health Sciences History Humanities International Relations Languages Liberal Studies Mathematics Performing Arts

P. 48

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B P. 49

B B B B B BM B B B B B CMD B B B B B B B BM B B

Saint Mary’s – continued Philosophy Physical Education Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Theatre Women’s Studies

Samuel Merritt University Nursing Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Podiatric Medicine

B BM B B B B B B B B B P. 50

BMD M D M D

San Diego Christian College

P. 51

San Francisco Art Institute

P. 52

Aviation Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Christian Ministries Communications Education English Language & Literature History Human Development Interdisciplinary Studies Kinesiology Liberal Studies Performing Arts (Music) Physical Education Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences

Art/Fine Art Design & Technology Film/Television History & Theory of Contemporary Art History & Theory of Contemporary Art & Art/Fine Art Museum Studies New Genres Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture Social Sciences Urban Studies

B B B B B BC B B B B B B B B B B B

BM B BM BM M M BM BM BM BM BM BM BM

San Francisco Conserv. of Music P. Performing Arts (Music)

53

BM


Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Santa Clara University Accounting Accounting & Information Systems Advanced Accounting Proficiency Administrative Services Alternative & Correctional Ed. Ancient Studies Anthropology Applied Mathematics Art History Biblical Languages Biochemistry Bioengineering Biology Business Admin./Management Catholic School Leadership Chemistry Civil Engineering Classical Languages & Literatures Classical Studies Communication Computer Engineering Computer Science (Math) Computer Science & Engineering Counseling Counseling Psychology Divinity Economics Educational Administration Electrical Engineering Engineering (General) Engineering Mgmt & Leadership Engineering Physics English Environmental Science Environmental Studies Ethnic Studies Finance French and Francophone Studies German Studies History Information Systems Individual Studies Information Systems Interdisciplinary Education Italian Studies Latin and Greek Law Liberal Studies Management Management & Info Systems Marketing Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Multiple Subject (Elementary Ed.) Music Operations & Mgmt. Info. Systems Pastoral Ministries Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology

P. 54

B B C C B B B M B M B B B M C B BM B B B BMD B BMD M M M B M BMD B M B B B B B B B B B M B M M B B MP B B B B B BMD C B BM M B B B B

Scripps – continued

Santa Clara – continued Public Health Science Religious Studies Renewable Energy Sacred Theology Single Subject (Secondary Ed.) Software Engineering Sociology Spanish Studies Studio Art Sustainable Energy Teaching (Elementary/Secondary) Theatre Arts (Theatre) Theatre Arts (Dance) Theological Studies Theology Web Design and Engineering Women’s and Gender Studies

B B C MD C M B B B M CM B B M M B B

Saybrook University

P. 73

Clinical Psychology Mind-Body Medicine/Health Sci. Organizational Leadership/Transformation Psychology & Interdisciplinary Inquiry

MD MD MD MD

P. 55

Scripps College

Africana Studies American Studies Anthropology Area Studies Art Conservation Art History Asian/Asian American Studies Asian Languages Biochemistry Biological Sciences Biophysics Chemistry Chicano/Latino Studies Chinese Chinese Language Classical Languages Classical Studies Computer Science Dance Economics Economics-Accounting Engineering (3/2) English Environmental Analysis Environment, Economics, & Politics European Studies Foreign Languages French Studies Gender and Women’s Studies Geology German Studies Hispanic Studies History Human Biology

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies International Relations Italian Italian Studies Japanese Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Legal Studies Linguistics Linguistics and Cognitive Science Mathematical Economics Mathematics Media Studies Middle East Studies Molecular Biology Music Neuroscience Organismal Biology and Ecology Organizational Studies Philosophy Philosophy and Public Affairs Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Physics Politics and International Relations Psychology Public Policy Analysis Religious Studies Russian Russian/Eastern European Studies Science Technology, and Society Science & Management Sociology Studio Art Theatre

Simpson University

Biology Business Admin./Management Communications Divinity Education English Language & Literature History Humanities Liberal Studies Mathematics Ministries Music Nursing Outdoor Leadership Performing Arts (Music) Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Teacher Credentialing

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B P. 56

B B B M BCM B B B B B BM B B B B BM B B M

99


Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Sofia University

P. 57

Thomas Aquinas College

P. 60

Touro University California

P. 73

Liberal Arts Studies

Liberal Arts Coming Fall 2013 Clinical Psychology D Counseling Psychology M Psychology (Bachelors Completion) BM Spiritual Guidance M Transpersonal Psychology MD Transpersonal Studies C Women’s Spirituality CM

Education & Health Sciences Medical Health Sciences Osteopathic Medicine Pharmacy Physician Assistant/Public Health

Soka University of America

University of La Verne

Area Studies Education English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Humanities International Relations & Area Studies Languages Liberal Studies Performing Arts Psychology Social & Behavioral Sciences Sociology

Southern California University of Health Sciences Health Sciences

(Chiropractic, Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine,

P. 58

B M B B B B B B B B B B

P. 73

MP

Massage Therapy, Ayurvedic Medicine, Intergrated Science Program)

Medicine

Stanford University

Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Administration/Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Earth Science Economics Education Engineering English Language & Literature Film/Television/Media Health Sciences History Humanities International Relations Languages Law Mathematics Medicine Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

100

P P. 59

BMD BMD BMD MD BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD CMD BMD BMD BM P BMD BMD BMD BMD P BMD P BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD

Accounting Anthropology Area Studies Art/Fine Art Art History Athletic Training Behavioral Sciences Biological Sciences Broadcasting Business Administration/Management Chemistry Child Development Communications Comparative Literature Computer Science/Engineering Criminology E-Commerce Earth Science Economics Education English Language & Literature Gerontology Health Sciences History Humanities International Business International Relations Journalism Languages Law Liberal Studies Mathematics Marriage and Family Therapy Modern Languages Movement & Sports Science Music Natural History Organizational Management Performing Arts Philosophy Photography Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Public Administration Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Speech Communications Theater

B

CM MDP MD MD M P. 61

B B B B B B B B B BM B B B B B B B B B BCMD B M BM B AB B B B B P B B M B B B B B B B B B B BMD BMD B B B B B

University of Redlands

Accounting Anthropology Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Administration/Management Chemistry Communications Computer Science Earth Science Economics Education English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Health Science (Speech Path.) History Humanities International Relations Languages Liberal Studies Mathematics Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

University of San Diego

Accounting Anthropology Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Administration/Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Earth Science Economics Education Engineering English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Health Science (Nursing) History Humanities International Relations Languages Law Liberal Studies Mathematics Nursing Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Sciences Political Science/Government

P. 62

B B B B B BM B B BM B B BCMD B B BM B B B B B B BM B BM B B B BM B P. 63

BM B BM B BM BM B B B B B BCMD B B B MD BM B BM B P B B MD BM B B B


Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

USC – continued

Univ. of San Diego – continued Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

University of San Francisco

B B B B P. 64

Accounting Analytics Arch./Manufacturing Design Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Administration/Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Earth Science Economics Education Engineering English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Film/Television/Media Health Sciences (Nursing) History Humanities International Relations Languages Law Mathematics Nursing Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Education Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Preprofessional Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

BM M B BM B BMP BM BM B BM BM BM BCMD B BM BM B BMDP B BM BM B MP B BMDP B B BM B BM B BD B BM B

University of Southern Calif.

P. 65

Accounting Anthropology Architecture/Manufacturing Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Dentistry Earth Science Economics Education Engineering English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Film/Television/Media

BM BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD BMD P BMD BMD CMD BMD BMD BM BMD

Health Sciences History Humanities Interdisciplinary Studies Int’l Relations & Area Studies Languages Law Liberal Studies Mathematics Medicine Performing Arts Pharmacy Philosophy Physical Sciences Physical Therapy Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Teacher Credentialing Theatre Arts Women’s, Gender/Sexuality

Vanguard University BMD BMD BMD B BMD BMD P M BMD P BMD P BMD BMD P BMD BMD B BMD BMD C BM B

University of the Pacific P. Area Studies Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Administration/Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Dentistry Earth Science Economics Education Engineering English Language & Literature Environmental Studies Health Sciences History Humanities International Relations Languages Liberal Studies Law Mathematics Performing Arts Pharmaceutical & Chemical Science Pharmacy Philosophy Physical Education Physical Sciences Physical Therapy Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Speech-language Pathology

66

B B BM BM B BM B BMP B B BCMD BM B B BMD B B BM B B MDP B BM MD P B B B P B BM B B B BM

Accounting Biochemistry Biological Sciences Biology Business Admin./Management Chemistry Communication Cultural Anthropology Education English Language & Literature History International Business Kinesiology Liberal Studies Marketing Mathematics Music Music & Worship Arts Nursing Performing Arts Physical Education Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Theatre Arts

Western U. of Health Sciences

P. 67

B B B B B B B B BCM B B B B B B B B B B B B B BM BM B B B P. 73

Biomedical Science Dental Medicine Health Sciences Medical Sciences Nursing Optometry Osteopathic Medicine Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Sciences Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Podiatric Medicine Veterinary Medicine

MP P MP MP P P P P MP P P P P

Westmont College

P. 68

Art/Fine Art/Art History Biological Sciences Business Admini./Management Chemistry Communications Computer Information Science Economics Education French Pre-Engineering English Language & Literature History Interdisciplinary Studies International Studies Languages Liberal Studies Mathematics

B B B B B B B BC B B B B B B B B B

101


Programs Offered by Institution

A = Associate Degree • B = Bachelor Degree • C = Teaching Credential • M = Master Degree • D = Doctoral Degree • P = Professional Degree

Westmont –continued Music Philosophy Kinesiology Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts

Woodbury University B B B B B B B B B B B

Whittier College

P. 69

Art/Fine Art Biological Sciences Business Administration/Management Chemistry Earth Science Economics Education Engineering (3/2) English Language & Literature History Humanities International Relations Languages Law Mathematics Performing Arts Philosophy Physical Education Physical Sciences Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology Social Sciences Sociology

B B B B B B CM B B B B B B P B B B B B B B B B B

William Jessup University

P. 70

Biology Business Administration/Management Creative Arts: (Art, Arts Management, Theater) Education English History Mathematics Ministries Performing Arts (Music) Political Science/Government Psychology Religious Studies/Theology

102

B B B BC B B B AB B B B B

Accounting Arch./Manufacturing Design Art/Fine Art Business Administration/Management Communications Film/Television/Media History Interdisciplinary Studies Liberal Studies Political Science/Government Psychology Social Sciences

P. 71

B BM B BM B B B B B B B B


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