CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY G R A D U AT E D e g r e e PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION ADMISSION APPLICATION OFFICE OF GRADUATE ADMISSION Argyros Forum, Room 304 One University Drive Orange, California 92866 888-CU-APPLY • FAX 714-628-3404 www.chapman.edu/admission Admission Requirements ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Submit all application materials to the Office of Graduate Admission, One University Drive, Orange, California 92866. Your application for admission will be evaluated only after the Office of Graduate Admission has received all required supporting documents to complete your file. Receipt of your application will be acknowledged by mail. It is your responsibility to be certain that all necessary materials have been received by the Office of Graduate Admission. I 1. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION: Complete all sections of this application. Certify accuracy by signing and dating the application. SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATIONS: In addition to this graduate programs application, the following programs require a supplemental application-Ph.D. Education, MS Communication Sciences and Disorders, Ed.S. School Psychology, MA School Counseling and PPS Credential, and all Conservatory of Motion Pictures programs. I 2. $60 NON-REFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEE: (Check or money order made payable to Chapman University.) Please include your name and the last four digits of your social security number on the check or money order. I 3. OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS (from all colleges/universities attended): Official transcripts must be submitted from ALL colleges and universities attended regardless of whether you finished a degree or program. Although coursework from other institutions may have been transferred and appear on your baccalaureate transcript, official transcripts from these institutions are still required. An official transcript submitted in a sealed envelope which you have received from your college or university is acceptable. No action can be taken on your application until ALL required official transcripts have been received. Foreign transcripts: Students submitting transcripts from foreign universities must submit official transcripts in the native language as well as an English translation. A copy of the official diploma in the native language as well as an English translation will also be required to evaluate the coursework. Translations must be word by word, line by line. Include any additional documentation necessary to evaluate the transcript such as mark sheets, degree certificates, etc. If only one original transcript will be issued from the university, please send a notarized photocopy. Do not send the original as it will not be returned. I 4. OFFICIAL TEST SCORES (if required by your program): Please submit a copy of official test results if required by the program to which you are applying. Scores should be sent directly to Chapman University from the testing service. Our institution code is 4047. A department code is not needed. A graduate admission test is required for the following programs: Ph.D. in Education, MS in Communication Sciences and Disorders, MS in Health and Strategic Communication, MS Food Science, MS Economic Systems Design, MS Hazards, Global and Environmental Change, MS Computational Sciences, and all MBA programs. For all other programs, a graduate admission test is required if your grade point average is below a 3.00 in the last 60 semester or 90 quarter graded credits of your bachelor’s degree. If your GPA is between 2.5 and 2.99 you may be considered for admission by submitting a satisfactory test score. Please refer to the current Chapman University Graduate Catalog for program specific acceptable tests and minimum score requirements www.chapman.edu/academic/catalogs.asp. For your convenience in registering for a graduate examination, please refer to the following web sites and phone numbers. GRE (Graduate Record Examinations): www.gre.org or 1-800-473-2255. GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test): www.mba.com or 1-800-717-GMAT. MAT (Miller Analogies Test): www.milleranalogies.com or 1-800-622-3231. Chapman University is a test site. For an appointment, please call Academic Advising at 714-744-7959. CSET (California Subject Examinations for Teachers) (Multiple Subject or Single Subject): www.cset.nesinc.com or 1-800-205-3334. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): www.ets.org/toefl or 1-609-921-9000. IELTS (International English Language Testing System): www.ielts.org or 1-626-564-2954 I 5. TOEFL/IELTS SCORES (International Students Only): International applicants whose native language is not English or who have not completed their bachelor’s degree at an English speaking institution must submit results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS). TOEFL scores must be a minimum of 550 (paper-based) or 80 (internet-based) and must have been taken within two years of the date of application for admission to Chapman. Applicants to the Conservatory of Motion Pictures or PhD in Education should submit TOEFL scores of 600 (paper-based) or higher or 100 (internet-based) or higher. Applicants to the MBA programs must submit TOEFL scores of 600 (paper-based) or higher or 87 (internet-based) or higher. Scores must be sent directly to the University from Educational Testing Services (ETS). The ETS recording code for Chapman University is 4047. IELTS scores of 6.5 or higher are acceptable for most graduate programs. IELTS scores of 7.0 are required for the Conservatory of Motion Pictures, PhD in Education, and all MBA programs. International students who have completed their undergraduate degrees at an accredited U.S. college or university do not need to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores. I 6. FINANCIAL CERTIFICATION (International Students Only): International students must submit the financial certification form and supporting documentation to show sufficient funding to support the student for one full year of study. The financial certification form is available at http://www.chapman.edu/PDF/GRIntlFinancialCertification.pdf. Appropriate documentation (U.S. Immigration I-20) will not be issued without appropriate financial certification. Financial certification information will be kept confidential by Chapman University and must be certified by a bank. Only limited financial aid is available and given directly by the program to which the student is applying. CONTINUED Admission Requirements I 7. LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION: Letters of recommendation are required for all graduate programs. Please provide recommenders with a stamped envelope addressed to Office of Graduate Admission, Chapman University, One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866. MFA Creative Writing: Requires two letter of recommendation that speak to your accomplishments and potential as a writer and student of literary studies. MA English: Requires two letters of recommendation that speak to your academic preparation, intellectual ability, and aptitude for postgraduate study. MA International Studies: Requires two letters of recommendation including one from an academic source, which describe your professional and academic abilities. MA Marriage and Family Therapy: Requires three letters of recommendation from persons actively engaged in teaching and/or clinical practice who are in a position to evaluate your academic and personal qualifications. Conservatory of Motion Pictures: All programs require three letters of recommendation from a variety of sources who can comment your creativity, dependability, academic abilities and personal qualities. MBA: All programs require two letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with your academic or professional abilities. MS Economic Systems Design: Requires two letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with your academic abilities. College of Educational Studies: All programs require three recommendations, two of which must be submitted on Recommendation for Education Programs forms. Exceptions are described as follows: Ed.S School Psychology, MA School Counseling, and PPS credential in School Counseling: Require three recommendations, two of which must be on Recommendation for Education Programs forms. At least one recommendation form must be from an individual who has experience with you in an academic setting and knowledge of your academic potential. A second recommendation form must be from someone who knows you in a work setting, preferably one where you work with children. Ph.D Education: Requires three letters of recommendation, including one from a current employer, one from a current colleague, and one from a graduate-level professor who can describe your academic potential. MS Communication Sciences and Disorders: Requires three letters of recommendation, including one from an academic source who can describe your professional and academic abilities. If you previously attended a Teacher Preparation Program at another institution and have taken education coursework within the last three years (not including prerequisites in a liberal studies program), one recommendation must be from a faculty member at the previous institution who can attest to your good standing in that program. MS Computational Sciences: Requires three letters of recommendation from individuals who are directly knowledgeable of your professional and academic competence (at least one from an academic source). MS Hazards, Global and Environmental Change: Requires three letters of recommendation from individuals who are directly knowledgeable of your professional and academic competence (at least one from an academic source). MS Health and Strategic Communication: Requires three letters of recommendation from individuals who are directly knowledgeable of your professional and academic competence (at least one from an academic source). MS Food Science: Requires two letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with your academic and professional abilities. I 8. RESUME: All programs require a resume. Your resume should include experience relevant to the program to which you are applying. If you are applying to the Ed.S. School Psychology or MA School Counseling or PPS School Counseling credential, your resume should include information of experiences working with children and/or families. I 9. STATEMENT OF INTENT: Please submit an essay stating your reasons for wishing to attend Chapman University and the academic programs to which you are applying. Discuss your career and personal goals and how you believe achieving a graduate degree at Chapman University will assist in attaining your goals. The following programs do not require a Statement of Intent: Ph.D Education, MS Communication Sciences and Disorders, Ed.S. School Psychology, MA School Counseling and PPS credential, MA Marriage and family Therapy, MS Health and Strategic Communication, MA International Studies, MS Economic Systems Design, MS Hazards, Global and Environmental Change, and MS Computational Sciences. INSTEAD, PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR ADDITIONAL ESSAY REQUIREMENTS. MBA: All MBA programs require an essay stating your reasons for wishing to attend a graduate business program at Chapman University. Discuss your career and personal goals and how achieving your degree will assist you in attaining these goals. MS Food Science: Please submit an essay stating your reasons for wishing to attend the MS Food Science program. Discuss your career and personal goals and how you believe achieving this degree will assist you in attaining your goals. The following programs require specific information included in your Statement of Intent: Teacher Credential programs: Explain what teaching means to you and why you think you would be successful in this profession. CONTINUED Admission Requirements MA Teaching (Elementary Education): The Elementary MAT program goes beyond the teacher credential process leading to mastery in teaching through teacher research, self growth and improvement. How do you envision your role as both a scholar and a teacher? The term “teacher as researcher” will become familiar as you progress through the program. Imagine if you had to ask questions leading to research on your own teaching practice, what ideas come to mind at this point and what factors do you think might lead you to ask those key questions. Your essay should be approximately one to four pages in length, double-spaced and typed in size 12 font. MA Teaching (Secondary Education): Explain what teaching means to you and why you think you would be successful in this profession. Indicate (a) how you have prepared yourself for this master’s degree program and (b) describe your educational research interests and how they are aligned with the goals of the MA Teaching (Secondary Education) program in the College of Educational Studies. Your essay should be approximately one to four pages in length, double-spaced and typed in size 12 font. MA Special Education: Write an autobiographical statement outlining your life experiences that have shaped your approach to working with children with disabilities and how you have arrived at this point in your career development. Your essay should be approximately one to four pages in length, double-spaced and typed in size 12 font. MA Education: Describe your career path over the past 5 years and discuss: (a) why earning this degree is important to you at the time and (b) how this degree will enhance your career path. Conservatory or Motion Pictures Programs: In two or three pages, describe why you want to go to film school. MA English: Submit a 3 to 4 page essay describing your accomplishments, abilities, preparation and intended program of study. MFA Creative Writing: Submit a 3 to 4 page essay that addresses what the importance of receiving an MFA in Creative Writing means to you. I 10. ADDITIONAL ESSAY REQUIREMENTS: MA English: In addition to a Statement of Intent, please submit a finished critical essay of 10 to 20 pages that demonstrates your talent for scholarly writing. The essay should be related to a literary subject. MFA Creative Writing: In addition to a Statement of Intent, please submit a non-returnable portfolio of creative work. You should submit work that you believe best represents your style and demonstrates your potential. The portfolio should include either 25 pages of fiction, 10 pages of poetry, or the first 10 pages of a screenplay or stage play. Be advised that the program’s emphasis is on fiction writing. The portfolio should include a signed statement that the creative work is the sole product of the applicant. Dual MA English/MFA Creative Writing: In addition to a Statement of Intent, please submit a finished critical essay and a portfolio of creative work (see the descriptions directly above). Ed.S. School Psychology and MA School Counseling and PPS School Counseling Credential: In lieu of the Statement of Intent please write an autobiographical statement outlining your life experiences that have shaped your approach to working with children and how you have arrived at this point in your career development. Your essay should be approximately 750 words in length, double-spaced. MA Marriage and Family Therapy: In lieu of a Statement of Intent, please submit a personal statement which must be no more than three typed pages in length double-spaced and address educational (paid or volunteer) and/or personal experiences that have shaped your career objectives and prepared you to begin graduate studies in marriage and family therapy. Ph.D. in Education: In lieu of a Statement of Intent, please respond to the following: 1) Select one of the emphasis areas: curricular studies, disability studies, or school psychology and explain why you want to pursue doctoral study in this area; 2) Describe your career path over the last 5-10 years and explain why the Ph.D. in Education degree is consistent with this path. Include your future professional goals and describe how they are consistent with the goals of the Chapman Ph.D. program; and 3) Describe your research interests and how they are aligned with the goals of the Ph.D. program in Education and with faculty in the College of Educational Studies (CES). You are encouraged to review the CES website faculty profiles to develop a list of faculty with whom you might be interested to work. Your essays should be approximately 750 words in length, double-spaced. MS Communication Sciences and Disorders: In lieu of a Statement of Intent, please submit an essay describing how you have prepared yourself for this master’s degree program and why you believe you will be a highly successful and effective speech pathologist. MS Health and Strategic Communication: In lieu of a Statement of Intent, please submit a 500-word essay addressing the health communication area in which you are interested. MA International Studies: In lieu of a Statement of Intent, please submit a 1,000-word essay addressing your background and interest in the field of international studies. MS Economic Systems Design: In lieu of a Statement of Intent, please submit a 1,000-word essay answering the following questions: Why do you want to be in the Economic Systems Design program? What do you plan to do upon graduating with your master’s degree? What is your most significant personal accomplishment? MS Hazards, Global and Environmental Change: In lieu of a Statement of Intent, please submit a 750-word essay. Address different connections between hazards and our environment. You are encouraged to briefly address the following questions: How is the Earth changing and what are the consequences for life on Earth? How is the global Earth system changing? What are the primary causes of change in the Earth system? How does the Earth system respond to natural and human-induced changes? What are the consequences of change in the Earth system for human civilization? How will the Earth system change in the future? MS Computational Sciences: In lieu of a Statement of Intent, please submit a 750-word essay addressing science topics in which you are interested and how they can be better understood through computational science. Graduate Application for Admission CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY GRADUATE PROGRAMS $60 APPLICATION FEE (NON-REFUNDABLE) Chapman University considers all applicants without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, marital status, OFFICE USE ONLY special needs, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal civil rights laws. Some information requested in this application is requested for federal reporting, and will not be used in a discriminatory manner. Date received ________________ Chapman University is committed to assisting all members of the Chapman community in providing for their own personal Application fee ____________________ safety and security. Information regarding campus security and personal safety, including topics such as crime prevention, Check # ______________________ university public safety law enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, crime statistics for the most recent three year ID# __________________________ period, and disciplinary procedures, are available from the Public Safety Office, (714) 997-6763. GPA ________________________ This graduate application may be submitted online at www.chapman.edu/admission. Decision Date ______________ Please type or print in black ink. Classification: Personal Information: K RG K PV K CO FULL LEGAL NAME Last First M.I. K NO OTHER NAMES APPEARING ON PREVIOUS ACADEMIC RECORDS (Last, First, M.I.) NICKNAME PERMANENT ADDRESS CURRENT ADDRESS (if different from permanent) ADDRESS 1: ADDRESS 1: ADDRESS 2: ADDRESS 2: ADDRESS 3: ADDRESS 3: CITY CITY STATE/PROVINCE ZIP CODE STATE/PROVINCE ZIP CODE INTERNATIONAL STATE/PROVINCE INTERNATIONAL POSTAL CODE INTERNATIONAL STATE/PROVINCE INTERNATIONAL POSTAL CODE COUNTRY COUNTRY PHONE NO. CELL PHONE NO. VALID From: / / To: / / ( ) ( ) . INTERNATIONAL PHONE FAX NO ( ) E-MAIL C SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (not required for international students) DATE OF BIRTH I Male I Female m m d d y y y y STUDENT PROFILE Since Chapman University does not discriminate on the basis of race or ethnic origin, the answer to the following questions will not influence the university’s decision on your admission. It is requested for federal reporting. PREDOMINANT ETHNIC BACKGROUND 1. Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic/Latino? I Yes I No. If yes, which best describes your background: I Central America I Cuba I Mexico I Puerto Rico I South America I Spain I Other 2. In addition, please select one or more of the following racial groups in which you consider yourself to be a member. I American Indian or Alaska Native I Asian I Black or African American I Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander I White First language (if other than English): ____________________________________________________ PAGE 1 0F 5 Graduate Application for Admission STUDENT PROFILE continued BIRTHPLACE CITY STATE COUNTRY RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE I Baptist (BP) I Buddhism (BD) I Catholicism (CT) I Protestantism (NP) I Disciples of Christ (CD) I Judaism (JW) I Latter Day Saints (CJ) I Lutheran (LT) I Muslimism (MS) I Methodist (MT) I Presbyterian (PR) I United Church of Christ (UC) I Other_________________________________ Please state RESIDENCY/CITIZENSHIP/VISA INFORMATION (REQUIRED) (Please complete this section as fully as possible) Check the box that best describes your Citizenship/Residency: I I am a citizen of the United States. I I am a dual citizen of the United States and of 1. ______________________ 2. ________________________ 3. ____________________ I I am a permanent resident of the United States. 1. ______________________ 2. ________________________ 3. ____________________ I-94 Number _________________________________________________________ I I am an international student and a citizen of 1. ______________________ 2. ________________________ 3. ____________________ Country that will issue passport _________________________________________________________ Date passport expires _________________________________________________________ mm/dd/yyyy If you are already in the U.S., what is your current visa type? (A, B-1, B-2, J-I, F-1, or other, please specify) _________________________________________________________ Date visa expires (if applicable) _________________________________________________________ mm/dd/yyyy CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY PLANS APPLICATION CATEGORIES: Please check the category which applies to you. K 1. I am a first-time applicant to Chapman University’s graduate program. (Please complete entire application) K 2. I am applying for readmission. I enrolled but left for more than one semester without an approved leave of absence.* K 3. I am applying for readmission. I was previously admitted but did not begin coursework.* K 4. I applied previously but was not admitted.* K 5. I am applying to change my program of study.* K 6. I am applying to add a program of study.* *Note: For application category 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, please complete the following sections of the application. (Personal Information, Academic History, Chapman University Plans, check the academic program, and sign and date the application.) Admission may require additional documents and will contact you if necessary. ARE YOU PLANNING TO APPLY FOR ANY TYPE OF FINANCIAL AID? (U.S. Citizens Only) I YES I NO Note: If yes, please carefully review the “Financial Aid Opportunities” information included in this application packet. Students applying for federal financial aid loans must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The priority filing date is March 2. Please make sure your Social Security number is provided. DO YOU PLAN TO ATTEND CHAPMAN I FULL TIME (3 or more classes) I PART TIME (1 or 2 classes) (U.S. Citizens Only) HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT CHAPMAN? ________________________________________________________________________________ Please provide fair location, Internet site, magazine, newspaper, or other __________________________________________________________ SEMESTER FOR WHICH YOU ARE SEEKING ADMISSION: I SPRING I SUMMER I FALL ___________________________ year PAGE 2 0F 5 Graduate Application for Admission PLEASE CHECK THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM TO WHICH YOU ARE APPLYING: Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts School Psychology Conservatory of Motion Pictures I Educational Specialist Degree in School Psychology/MA Educational Psychology and Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Psychology (EDS.SP) (Please complete the film supplemental application in addition (Please complete the School Psychology Supplemental Application) to the graduate application) Special Education I MA Film Studies (MA.FS) I *MA Special Education (only) (MA.EDSP) MFA Film Production I MA Special Education: Mild/Moderate Specialist Credential (MA.EDSP .MM1) I Cinematography (MFA.FP .CR) I MA Special Education: Moderate/Severe Specialist Credential (MA.EDSP .MS1) I Directing (MFA.FP .DR) I MA Special Education: Both Mild/Moderate and I Editing (MFA.FP .ER) Moderate/Severe Specialist Credential (MA.EDSP .MM1MS1) I Sound Design (MFA.FP .SDR) I MFA Film and Television Producing (MFA.FTP) Specialist Credential(s) – Preliminary I MFA Screenwriting (MFA.S) I Mild/Moderate (CRED.SPED.MM1) I MFA Production Design (MFA.PD) I Moderate/Severe (CRED.SPED.MS1) I MBA/MFA in Film and Television Producing (MFA.FTP .MBA) I Mild/Moderate & Moderate/Severe (CRED.SPED.MM1MS1) (Please complete the film supplemental application and an MBA application) I JD/MFA in Film and Television Producing (JD.MFA.FT) Specialist Credential(s) – Level II** (Please complete the film supplemental application and JD application) I Mild Moderate (CRED.SPED.MM2) I Moderate Severe (CRED.SPED.MS2) Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences I Mild/Moderate & Moderate/Severe Professional Clear I MFA Creative Writing (MFA.ENCW) (CRED.SPED.MM2MS2) I MA English (MA. ENG) I Dual Degree (MFA Creative Writing and MA English) Note: * A master’s degree in special education does not qualify its holder to teach (MA.ENG.MFA.ENCW) in California public schools – a Specialist teaching credential is required. I MA International Studies (MA.INTS) ** Admittance to the LEVEL II Specialist credential program requires completion of the LEVEL I program under the 2009 catalog or before. Schmid College of Science I MS Health and Strategic Communication (MS.HCOM) Master of Arts in Education I Integrated Five-Year Undergraduate/MS Health and Strategic Communication I MA Education (MA.EDUC) (MS.HCOM.UG) I MS Food Science (MS.FS) Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders I Integrated Five-Year Undergraduate/MS Food Science (MS.FS.UG) I MS Communication Sciences and Disorders/SLP Credential (MS.CSD) I MS Food Science/MBA (MS.FS.MBA) I MA Marriage and Family Therapy (MA.MFT) PhD in Education I MS Computational Sciences (MS.CS) I Cultural and Curricular Studies (PHD.EDUC.CCS) I Integrated Five-Year Undergraduate Computational Sciences (MS.CS.UG) I Disability Studies (PHD.EDUC.DS) I MS Hazards, Global and Environmental Change (MS.HGEC) I School Psychology (PHD.EDUC.SP) I Integrated Five-Year Undergraduate/MS Hazards, Global and Environmental Change (MS.HGEC.UG) The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics I Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT. PT) I Flexible MBA (MBA.BUAD) (Please complete the PTCAS application only) I Full-Time MBA (MBA.BUAD.ACC) (All Integrated Five-Year Undergraduate programs are for Chapman I Executive MBA (EMBA.BUEM) undergraduate students only) I MS Economic Systems Design (MS.ESD) I JD/MBA (Please complete a JD application) I MBA/MFA in Film and Television Producing (MFA.FTP .MBA) College of Educational Studies (Please complete the film supplemental application) Elementary School Teaching I MBA/MS Food Science (MS.FS.MBA) I *MA Teaching: Elementary Education (MA.TCH.GEE) I Integrated Five-Year Undergraduate/MBA (MBA.BUAD.UG) (Includes the Multiple Subject Credential) (for Chapman undergraduate students only) I *MA Teaching Elementary Education (MA.TCH.GEE.B) I Integrated Five-Year Undergraduate/MS Economic Systems Design (Includes the Multiple Subject Credential/Bilingual Emphasis) (MS.ESD.UG) (for Chapman undergraduate students only) I Multiple Subject Credential (CRED.MS.2042) I Multiple Subject Credential/Bilingual Emphasis (CRED.MSB.2042) School of Law I Juris Doctor (Please complete a JD application) Secondary School Teaching I *MA Teaching: Secondary Education (MA.TCH.GSE) I Single Subject Credential (CRED.SS.2042) Note: * The Master of Arts in Teaching is designed for individuals who wish to begin their teaching careers with both a teaching credential and a master’s degree. Please check either the credential or the MA Teaching program – not both. School Counseling (Please complete the School Counseling Supplemental Application) I MA Counseling and Pupil Personnel Credential in School Counseling (MA.CNSL.GSC) I Pupil Personnel Credential in School Counseling only (CRED.PPSC) PAGE 3 0F 5 Graduate Application for Admission COLLEGE RANKING Please list other colleges to which you plan to apply 1. __________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________ 3. ________________________________________ ACADEMIC HISTORY List below and request official transcripts from all accredited colleges and universities you have attended regardless of whether you finished a degree program, beginning with the most recent. If you would like to know if the accreditation of a school you attended is acceptable for admission to Chapman University, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission. Although coursework from other institutions may be listed on your baccalaureate transcript, we require official transcripts from those institutions as well. Include any credential coursework attempted or completed. State the degree you have earned or are earning and the conferral date. Name of Institution Location Area of Study Dates Attended Degree Date List most recent first (city, state, ZIP, country) (major/minor) From To Awarded Awarded mm/dd/yyyy mm/dd/yyyy PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/RESUME: Please provide the following information about your current and past employment. A resume is required for all programs. Employer Dates of Employment Position/Title From To mm/dd/yyyy mm/dd/yyyy PAGE 4 0F 5 Graduate Application for Admission TEST RESULTS if applicable Please report your test scores in the appropriate test area. Note that self-reported scores are not considered official and you will need to contact the testing center to have official scores sent to Chapman University. Test scores are not required at the time of application submission, but may be required to complete the application process. GMAT Score Date (mm/yyyy) Future GMAT Date GMAT Score 1 GMAT Score 2 GMAT Score 3 GRE Verbal Quantitative Writing Date (mm/yyyy) Future GRE Date GRE Score 1 GRE Score 2 GRE Score 3 GRE SUBJECT TEST Subject Test Score Subject Sub-Test Score Date (mm/yyyy) GRE 1 GRE 2 GRE 3 Future GRE Subject Test Date MAT Score Date (mm/yyyy) Future MAT Date MAT Score 1 MAT Score 2 MAT Score 3 CSET Subject Test Pass/No Pass Date (mm/yyyy) Future CSET Date CSET Subtest 1 CSET Subtest 2 CSET Subtest 3 CSET Subtest 4 CSET Subtest 5 TOEFL Reading Listening Speaking Writing Total Score Test Type Date (mm/yyyy) TOEFL Score 1 TOEFL Score 2 TOEFL Score 3 Future TOEFL Date IELTS Score Date (mm/yyyy) Future IELTS Date IELTS Score 1 IELTS Score 2 IELTS Score 3 PTE Score Date (mm/yyyy) Future PTE Date PTE Score 1 PTE Score 2 PTE Score 3 CERTIFICATION I certify that to the best of my knowledge, the information furnished on this application is accurate and complete. I agree that if admitted, I will abide by the rules and regulations of Chapman University as contained in the current Graduate Catalog. If there is a dispute between the university and me, the appropriate catalog will be used as an arbitrating medium. I understand that it is my responsibility to obtain the current Graduate Catalog before or after being admitted to the university. Applicant Signature ________________________________________________________________ Date __________________________ PAGE 5 0F 5 Financial Aid & Expenses Financial Aid Opportunities (U.S. Citizens only) Chapman University offers opportunities for financial aid through Chapman University fellowships, State of California Grants, and federal loans. You may apply for one or more types depending on need and qualifications. CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS Fellowships are awarded based on criteria established by each department. To be eligible, you must: • Be fully admitted into a graduate program. • Be enrolled in at least six credits each semester. • Maintain at least a 3.0 GPA each semester. The department to which you have been admitted determines the eligibility requirements and amount of the awards. For more information, please contact the office of the Dean of the school or college to which you are applying. FEDERAL DIRECT STUDENT LOAN Federal Direct Student Loans are obtained through the Financial Aid Office. To be considered, you must: • Complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). • Be enrolled, or accepted for enrollment, on at least a half-time basis (six credits each semester) in a degree or certificate program. • Meet all other criteria as explained in materials accompanying the FAFSA and award notice. • Be a U.S. Citizen or a permanent resident. FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION PROCEDURES (U.S. Citizens only) 1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form at www.fafsa.ed.gov. In addition, the federal government can be contacted for information about completing the FAFSA at 1-800-4 FED AID. 2. When completing the FAFSA, under school information, please list “Chapman University, Orange, CA”. The Title IV School Code is 001164. 3. The preferential filing date for mailing the FAFSA is March 2; however, applications received after this date will still be considered depending on the availability of funds. Please contact the Financial Aid Office with questions at 714-997-6741. A toll-free number is also available at 888-CU-APPLY. TUITION AND FEES For tuition and fee information, please refer to the Student Business Services Web site – www.chapman.edu/sbs/genInfo.asp Note: Student tuition charges are subject to change each academic year.
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