Impressions Of
Chapman University

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Chapman University

To Attend

  • “It has a lot of great opportunities for your professional and academic career. Your professors offer internships, and the connections Chapman has will allow you to be set for whatever career you’re going into if you take advantage of the opportunities it provides.”
  • “The area is beautiful. I love Orange County. Southern California is warm and sunny. Things are happening, but it’s not crazy crowded like Los Angeles can be. It’s nice being near LA, but not in the heart of it.”
  • “There are great classroom sizes and accessibility to professors.” [The average class size at Chapman is 23 students.]
  • “You can find whatever club you want on campus. There are tons of opportunities to get involved and do things.”

To Not Attend

  • “It’s not as diverse as it could be.” [51% of students are White. Socioeconomically, about 33% of students come from the top 5%.]
  • “If you want a school with good public transportation. It’s pretty difficult without a car.”
  • “If you’re looking for a bigger school, or a very sports heavy school. Our sports teams are very good, but no one on campus cares too much about the sports. There isn’t much school pride.”
  • “The price is fairly high.” [Total fees for the 2020-2021 academic year are about $50,000.]
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