MrMisiu wrote:Congrats on admission to those who received it!
I was just curious what people thought of this idea: Chapman may offer less in schollys this cycle.
I didn't read it anywhere or anything, I was just thinking about it. Considering they've moved up to T2 this year is that a possibility? Last year while in T3 their median grant package was $28,760, maybe using it as incentive to get more "lucrative" students in. So, now that they're moving up in the charts do you think there's any "merit" to the notion?
Chapman Law School is well-funded, and the administration wants the law school to continue to climb in the rankings. Part of that climb involves increasing each incoming class' GPA and LSAT scores year-to-year. My guess is that the median grant package for this cycle will closely mirror last year's cycle with the scholarship packages being offered to prospective students with slightly higher GPA and LSAT scores than last year.