Just wanted to add, StrangeBro, that in the case of these auditioned BFA programs, the audition results are not entirely tied to your talent, skill, or promise, but rather to what "type" the program is seeking for their company of student actors. So, unlike almost any other sort of college program, they really are ruling out potential students based on their physical attributes. You might be a tall, handsome, leading-man type, but if they have enough of those in their company, you will not be selected even if you had a great audition. That unknown factor is what makes this process so stressful for everyone (and is why it's a good idea to have non-auditioned back-ups.) Congrats on Chapman! You were smart to do an early audition. It makes the process so much less stressful.