One University Dr., Orange, CA 92866
Chapman University is a private, Christian university located on an amazing campus in Orange, CA. It is a well-rated institution, currently ranked one hundred and fifty-first in the United States, but accepts 54% of applicants. It has a medium-sized student body with 6,840 full-time undergrads in attendance. Chapman University undergraduates can choose from 52 distinct majors across six disciplines. The most commonly chosen majors are Business, Cinematography and Video Production, and Psychology, with 21% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Business. 9% and 6% of students study Cinematography and Video Production and Psychology, respectively. It ranks 20th in the US for its film program, and third in California for its education, health care management, and physical therapy programs. Also, it is 2nd in CA for best Christian colleges. Tuition costs $50,087 annually at the sticker price. Before you discount applying due to the price, you should know that a smidge fewer than 9 in 10 undergrads obtain at least some monetary aid. 80% of Chapman University undergraduates conclude their studies with a diploma, ready to move into the labor force. A couple years after school, alumni take home a median income of $43,900. After an additional four years on the job, the graduate's median yearly earnings increases 24.1% to $54,500, which is 35.9% on top of the national median wage for individuals. Many of you may also like to be informed that its students most often scored between 8 and 9 on the writing section of the ACT and ACT scores are submitted by 44% of applicants. Furthermore, the student to faculty ratio is 14:1, and 90% of first-time students continue pursuing their studies the next year. Relating to your pocketbook, be aware that the average amount of federal grant aid awarded is $5,433. When rating its diversity, it received a 9.21 out of 10 and our college experts rated it a 9.79 out of 10 for its professors. Concerning the student experience, it offers 11 women's varsity teams, such as Track and Field: X-Country, Track and Field: Outdoor, and Water Polo. Finally, on average, its students graduate with debts of $7,627 per year and the lowest-earning 25% of graduates take home $31,600 or less six years after receiving their diplomas.
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Political Science and Government