Virtual Tours by Students
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Hi. We're going to talk about some of the pros and cons of Chapman University. Pfeiffer, do you have any insight? So I am now a junior at Chapman University, and my major is television writing on production. I, I have to say one of the biggest cons about Chapman is how exclusive certain groups of people can be. I know that if you're not in the film school, if you're not in Greek life, those groups of people can be very exclusive. It is hard to find a connection with people if you're not a part of those worlds. Not that it's impossible yeah, more difficult to like, make friends. It's like you don't already have, like something like that going for you. Chapman also has a really good positive environment. Everybody here is super passionate about what they're doing. I feel like whenever I talk to someone, wherever I am, it always sounds like they're in to some internship or into some club or just doing something that's going to move them forward in their future. So I think Chapman really is a very collaborative place, and you can totally make connections, and Chapman will be what you make of it. Thought I feel like you can definitely tell that with, like our roommates, because everyone's like, really involved in excited for the work they do, which makes it just uninspiring. It Chapman and you kind of feel bad if you're not like working here because it might not be academically because academically I know, like certain Major's here are a lot easier than others. It's like you can still, like most of those kids, are still like working their ass off in, like doing their best to, like, make this school better.