Thank you for your interest in Chapman University's Graduate Programs. Below you will find a few application options depending on if you are applying for graduate, law or specific school's program or degree. This general overview will help you navigate through the admission process. Should you have any additional questions, feel free to contact the Office of Graduate Admission at (714) 997-6711 or email@example.com.
Chapman strongly recommends that students apply online through the Apply Yourself application*, which is the most efficient way for us to receive, process and evaluate your application. If you have problems with Apply Yourself, please download our troubleshooting guide.
* Applicants to the Physician Assistant Program, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Communication Sciences & Disorders Program, and the School or Law DO NOT use Apply Yourself. Instead, follow the directions below to the correct online application.
Communication Sciences and Disorders Applicants
MS Communication Sciences and Disorders applicants must apply online using CSDCAS. Please review the department's admission requirements before beginning.
School of Law Applicants
Juris Doctorate applicants must apply online using LSAC and LLM applicants must apply online using LSAC for LLM. Please review the school's admission requirements before beginning.
Additional Program Requirements
In addition to the main application, several departments require supplemental materials. Applicants will be prompted to submit additional materials through the online application. Requirements vary by program, and students are encouraged to closely follow published protocol and guidelines. Majors requiring supplemental materials:
- Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
All Conservatory of Motion Pictures programs
- College of Educational Studies
All CES programs
- Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences
MA in English MFA in Creative Writing
If you are reapplying to a graduate program, please download the Reapplication Form and return it to the Office of Graduate Admission.