Hope International Case Study

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School Profile: Hope University International

Hope International University is a private educational university located in Southern California that was founded in the late 1920s. Their academic mission is to empower students through quality higher education to serve the church and the community. This small university only has around 2,000 students spread around the world. Hope International University is associated with the Christian Churches and Churches of Christ, which are non-denominational religious groups. The original campus was in Long Beach, but it was moved to Fullerton to meet the growing needs of the college. The university is divided into five Colleges. These include the Colleges of Education, Arts and Sciences, Business and
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Unofficial transcript copies are accepted. Students must submit their results of either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT). The application requires a statement of purpose that touches on specific topics. First, the experiences that have shaped the student’s personal goals related to faith, career and school. Second, how these goals and individual backgrounds promote the mission of the university. Third, the student must explain what factors are critically important when choosing a college. Finally, applicants must include non-relative references from a church leader and educator or …show more content…
This totals to $29,500 per year. Students who take over 17 units are charged $1,150 per unit. Part-time students who take one to 11 units will pay $1,290 per unit. The cheapest freshman housing is $4,800 per semester. Hope International University offers residential undergraduate freshmen exclusive scholarships like the Presidential Scholarship, which awards $12,000 per year for off-campus students and $16,000 every year for on-campus students. In order to be eligible, the freshman must have a 3.5 GPA and a 1100 SAT score or 24 ACT score. These students must maintain an annual GPA of 3.25 to remain eligible. The Dean 's Scholarship, which is also only for freshman, awards $10,000 per year for students who have a 2.75 GPA and either a 900 SAT or 19 ACT score. The minimum annual GPA is 2.5 for this scholarship. The AVID Scholarship for freshman awards $12,000 per year who students who participated in their high school AVID program for at least three consecutive years.
The Hope Grant awards $1,000 to $7,000 per year for students who maintain a 2.5 GPA. The Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) awards up to $1,000 depending on financial need of the student. Pell Grants award up to $5,730 per year depending on the financial need of the student and their specific cost of

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