California Lutheran University ( CLU ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. CLU began operations in 1959. The university has an urban campus located in Thousand Oaks.
Admission and tuition fees. The admission committee of the university organizes the recruitment of applicants, evaluating the academic performance of the applicant, as well as the results of the exams passed. When applying, 60 percent (more than half) of applicants successfully enter the university. However, at CLU, the percentage of applicants admitted can vary significantly depending on the chosen direction of the program of study. As in many US universities, the academic year traditionally consists of two semesters. Studying undergraduate programs at CLU cannot be called a cheap pleasure, as the cost is 20,000 USD per year. Master’s programs can also be considered quite expensive, the cost is 20,000 USD per year. Despite this, university students may qualify for financial assistance from the educational institution. Distance education is also available for students of this educational institution. On the official website of the university (http://www.callutheran.edu ) you can find more detailed information about the cost of programs depending on the field of study.
The composition of the university. California Lutheran University is a small university in terms of the number of students, in which a total of approximately 5,000 students study. The admission committee of the university accepts applications from both local and foreign citizens. The university actively participates in international exchange programs for students and university staff. The university has pages on Twitter , Youtube , Facebook , Linkedin , where you can learn more about the life of the university.
University infrastructure. The infrastructure of the educational institution includes its own library. The university offers its students accommodation in a student hostel.