Common Admissions Questions
October 6, 2016
It’s that time of the year again, when our Tumblr page is inundated with questions about admissions, transfers, and percentage rates for our programs!
To make it a little easier, and streamlined, we have worked with the Dodge College Admissions Team to create this handy guide that will hopefully answer all your questions! Of course, if you don’t see something that you’d like answered here, feel free to send us an “ASK” and we’d be happy to address it!
In the meantime, here are some of the most common Admissions questions that we receive.
Where can I find the undergraduate applications?
You can find them all on our website at: http://www.chapman.edu/dodge/apply/undergraduate/procedure.aspx
What are some of the UPCOMING DEADLINES for applications?
There are three major ones coming up:
- Early Action/Film Production: November 1
- Regular Decision: January 15
- Fall Transfer: February 15
What is the average admission rate for Dodge College?
It is somewhere around 30%.
What is the Fall Transfer admission rate?
That one is around 27%.
Can you give specific admission rates for each program?
Film Production has a 13% admission rate, while the other programs range in between 30%-50%.
What is the average SAT score for admitted students?
It is 1920, on the old scale.
What is the average ACT score for admitted students?
It is 29.
What is the average GPA for incoming freshman?
It is 3.75.
What is the average GPA for transfer students?
It is 3.5.
Do you have samples of admission videos that students have done?
Absolutely! You can find some excellent admission video samples on our Vimeo page.
Do you have examples of portfolios for Digital Arts students?
We have those on this page of our Vimeo!
Do you have video examples for Digital Arts students?
You can view all of the digital arts video application samples here.
If we have any addition questions, where can we ask them?
Right here, on our Tumblr page!
We will update this blog as questions come in, to try to cover all the bases. Thank you, and good luck in your application process!