Brandman University, Victor Valley
13911 Park Ave, Suite 100, Victorville, CA 92392
Brandman University (formerly Chapman University College) has served adult students by providing access to a quality education consistent with the needs of their busy lives. Formerly Chapman University College, Brandman has a proud tradition as one of California's oldest, most prestigious private universities, offering over 200 undergraduate and graduate degrees, certificates, teaching credentials and extended education programs online in Business, Arts and Sciences, Health, Education and professional development. Over 6,000 enrollees per session now enjoy convenient class times, exceptional faculty, and unparalleled student service at one of the network of 26 campuses throughout California and Washington. Steeped in academic tradition, Brandman University continues to be a leading educator of a new kind of student: one who demands the same high academic standards as a traditional university but whose life requires greater flexibility and real-world relevance in the curriculum.
Brandman University is accredited by, and is a member of, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. California teacher training and credential programs are accredited by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Education at Brandman University is convenient, with year-round sessions, evening and online classes, and a 68% graduation rate. It is also valuable, as students learn with other adults and from skilled faculty with real-world experience, leading to a dynamic experience with abundance of networking opportunities. Courses are offered in 8-week year-round sessions. The institution offers credit for previous coursework and learning outside the classroom, in addition to personal, professional coaching to help students thrive in a learning- and resources-friendly environment.
Eligible students may receive financial aid through state and federal loans and grants, outside tuition assistance and additional aid sources. Students are encouraged to contact an advisor to learn more about financial aid.
*Students must have at least 12 transferrable credits to enroll in Associate's or Bachelor's programs.