Chapman Acceptance Rate & Minimum GPA

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According to data from our Application Tracker the reported acceptance rate and minimum GPAs for Chapman film school are the following:

Chapman University - Dodge College MFA in Film Production (Cinematography) Acceptance Rate
78%
Admitted
21  out of   27   Admitted
11%
Waitlisted
3  out of   27   Waitlisted
11%
Not Admitted
3  out of   27  Not Admitted


    Chapman - Cinematography
    • FilmSchool.org Chapman Acceptance Rate: 84% (11 out of 13 applications)
    • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.0
    • Earliest Interview Notification Date: March 18
    • Earliest Interview Date: March 20
    • Earliest Decision Date: March 14
    Chapman University - Dodge College MFA in Film Production (Directing) Acceptance Rate
    55%
    Admitted
    34  out of   62   Admitted
    3%
    Waitlisted
    2  out of   62   Waitlisted
    42%
    Not Admitted
    26  out of   62  Not Admitted


      Chapman - Directing
      • FilmSchool.org Chapman Acceptance Rate: 52% (20 out of 38 applications)
      • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.05
      • Earliest Interview Notification Date: January 15
      • Earliest Interview Date: February 8
      • Earliest Decision Date: February 27
      Chapman University - Dodge College MFA in Film Production (Editing) Acceptance Rate
      75%
      Admitted
      15  out of   20   Admitted
      10%
      Waitlisted
      2  out of   20   Waitlisted
      15%
      Not Admitted
      3  out of   20  Not Admitted


        Chapman - Editing
        • FilmSchool.org Chapman Acceptance Rate: 73% (11 out of 15 applications)
        • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.75
        • Earliest Interview Notification Date: March 28
        • Earliest Interview Date: March 1
        • Earliest Decision Date: March 1
        Chapman University - Dodge College MFA in Film and TV Producing Acceptance Rate
        64%
        Admitted
        35  out of   55   Admitted
        13%
        Waitlisted
        7  out of   55   Waitlisted
        24%
        Not Admitted
        13  out of   55  Not Admitted


          Chapman - Producing
          • FilmSchool.org Chapman Acceptance Rate: 72% (21 out of 29 applications)
          • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 2.9
          • Earliest Interview Notification Date: December 14
          • Earliest Interview Date: January 3
          • Earliest Decision Date: February 11
          Chapman University - Dodge College MFA in Screenwriting Acceptance Rate
          75%
          Admitted
          51  out of   68   Admitted
          16%
          Waitlisted
          11  out of   68   Waitlisted
          9%
          Not Admitted
          6  out of   68  Not Admitted


            Chapman - Screenwriting
            • FilmSchool.org Chapman Acceptance Rate: 87% (33 out of 38 applications)
            • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 2.4
            • Earliest Interview Notification Date: Not Reported
            • Earliest Interview Date: Not Reported
            • Earliest Decision Date: March 7
            Chapman University - Dodge College MFA in Television Writing and Producing Acceptance Rate
            35%
            Admitted
            11  out of   31   Admitted
            29%
            Waitlisted
            9  out of   31   Waitlisted
            35%
            Not Admitted
            11  out of   31  Not Admitted


              Chapman - TV Writing & Producing
              • FilmSchool.org Chapman Acceptance Rate: 50% (7 out of 14 applications)
              • Lowest Reported Minimum GPA: 3.4
              • Earliest Interview Notification Date: January 28
              • Earliest Interview Date: February 4
              • Earliest Decision Date: February 26
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