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ChapmanUNIVERSITY One University Drive • Orange, California 92866 U.S.A. Keyword: prospective international students

Unde dergraduate FIELDS O OF STUDY DY

The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics Majors

Accounting Business Administration Business Economics Entrepreneurship Finance International Business Management Marketing Real Estate Economics


Business Administration Economics

College of Educational Studies

Environmental Science and Policy Health Sciences Mathematics Mathematics and Civil Engineering Physics and Computational Science Psychology


Chemistry Computer Science Environmental Science Game Development Programming Human Biology Mathematics Nutrition Physics Psychology


Dance Music

Wilkinson College of Humanities and Lawrence and Kristina Dodge Social Sciences College of Film Majors and Media Arts Art Majors

Art History Communication Studies Creative Writing English Journalism Literature French Graphic Design History Peace Studies Philosophy Political Science Religious Studies Philosophy and Religion Sociology Social Work Spanish Undeclared

Creative Producing Digital Arts Film Production Film Studies Public Relations and Advertising Screen Acting Screenwriting Television and Broadcast Journalism



Athletic Training Integrated Educational Studies (Elementary Education)


Physical Education and Coaching Integrated Educational Studies Leadership Studies

College of Performing Arts Majors

Music Music Composition Music Education Instrumental Vocal Music Performance Conducting Instrumental Keyboard Collaborative Arts Vocal Screen Acting Theatre Performance/Directing Technology Theatre Performance

Dance Dance Performance

Advertising Broadcast Journalism Film Studies Public Relations Television

Schmid College of Science Majors

Biochemistry Biological Sciences Chemistry Computer Information Systems Computer Science


French Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Studies Germanic Studies History History and Media Holocaust History Peace Studies Philosophy Political Science Religious Studies Sociology Spanish Women’s Studies

Pre-professional Programs Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Integrated MBA (4+1) Integrated MS Computational Sciences (4+1) Bridge Program to Docorate of Physical Therapy Integrated MS Health Comunication (4+1) Integrated MS Food Science (4+1) Integrated MS Hazards & Global & Environmental Change (4+1) Integrated MS Systems Design (4+1)

Special Programs Leadership Studies University Honors


Anthropology Art History Communication Studies English


Non-need merit scholarships are available to high achieving international students and U.S. students abroad. Merit scholarships are awarded according to a student’s academic performance on grades, curriculum and test scores. Scholarships are renewable. Scholarships can be anywhere between $10,000 to $25,000 per year.



(Freshman applicants only. Applicants to Film, Music, Theatre, Art or Dance refer to the departmental application for more information.)

Freshman application deadline: January 15 Notification beginning March 15

Application deadline: November 15 (non-binding) Notification beginning mid-January

Transfer application deadline: March 15 (Notification Rolling)

Contact Us: 1-714-997-6711

SPRING SEMESTER (February-May) Applications deadline – November 1



Keyword: why chapman

We have been building on excellence since our founding nearly 150 years ago. • We are a top school of Western Comprehensive Colleges and Universities in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” • Listed in Princeton Review’s “371 Best Colleges” • Received Templeton Honor Roll for Character Building Colleges • Students have been named Fulbright Scholars, Truman Scholars, Coro Fellows, USA Today All-USA College Academic First Team, NCAA All-Americans and NCAA Academic All-Americans • Chapman’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts is one of the top film schools internationally


Keyword: academics

Chapman’s professors not only know their fields, they know you. This one-on-one approach to education is a Chapman hallmark. • 23 students = average class size • 14:1 student ratio • 349 full-time faculty • 37 endowed chairs and professorships • 91% of the faculty holds doctoral or other terminal degrees • Chapman’s faculty includes: international scholars, acclaimed musicians, noted researchers, best-selling authors, a Nobel Laureate, Fulbright Scholars, an Academy Award® winner and a Broadway star

Student Life

Keyword: student life

Housing & Residence Life • All students are encouraged to live on campus in one of the 6 residence halls or 2 apartment complexes (apartments are available to returning juniors and seniors only) • Students must submit an application to the Office of Residence Life if housing is desired


Keyword: athletics

• Chapman strikes a true balance for the student-athlete, encouraging all students to blend academics and athletics into their personalized education • Chapman offers 18 intercollegiate sports in Division III of the NCAA, several club sports and intramural programs. Men’s Athletics: Baseball, Basketball, Crew*, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Lacrosse*, Sailing*, Soccer, Swimming*, Tennis, Water Polo Women’s Athletics: Basketball, Cheer, Crew, Cross Country, Lacrosse*, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Water Polo (*=club sports)

INTERNATIONAL REQUIREMENTS • All international students are required to submit official ACT or SAT scores • For non-native English speakers, proof of English proficiency can be demonstrated by the following: –Minimum TOEFL score of 80 iBT or 550 on the paper-based test –Minimum IELTS score of 6.5 –A 550 or higher on either the Critical Reading or Writing sections of the SAT will automatically waive the TOEFL or IELTS requirement –International non-native English speakers who attend secondary school where English is the language of instruction can have the TOEFL/IELTS requirement waived. Please contact: • Other requirements: –Must fill out a Chapman University financial certification form and a Common Application International School Supplement –Detailed instructions will be included in the application and are available on the Chapman website Keyword: prospective international students

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Student Organizations Keyword: student clubs & organizations • Over 60 student organizations are offered on campus • Some clubs that are offered are: Accounting Society, Global Water Brigades, Wishmakers on Campus, SoundCheck (an accapella group), Underground Showdown Film Festival (Film club), Team Shaka (dance team) and Greek Life

Contact Us: • 1-714-997-6711

CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE Fall 2010 Admission Tuition and Fees (2010-11) Applications 9,570 $38,524 Tuition Sacr cramento cr r $9,255 Room Acceptances: 4,708 $3,702 Board Enrolled: 1,524 San Francisc San sco $1,000 Books/Other Freshmen: 1,185 $52,481 TOTAL COSTS Transfers: 339 Admitted Freshman GPA average: 3.71 Geographic Diversity Admitted Freshman SAT average: 1854 50 states and territories and International Student 60 countries represented, Applications: 443 Santa Barbaraa highest representation Acceptances: 194 Los Angeles ess (other than USA): Canada, Orange Enrollment China, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Taiwan, Undergraduate: 4,476 San Dieego eg Turkey and United Kingdom. Graduate & Law Students: 1,922 TOTAL: 6,398 Men 43% Women 57%

Geography of Fall 2010 Incoming Class Orange County 19% California (non-OC) 43% West/Hawai’i 19% East/Midwest 12% International 4% Ethnicity of Entire Student Population Black, non-Hispanic 2% Native American/Alaskan 1% Asian/Pacific Island 10% Hispanic 10% White, non-Hispanic 59% Unknown 15% International 4% *Statistics are accurate as of July 15, 2010

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