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I'm considering applying to Chapman because it looks like I could get a good scholarship, but I'm a little concerned about the religious affiliation. I personally am not religious at all. I have Christian friends and I don't hate religion or anything, but I personally identify as atheist/agnostic.
How Christian is the campus? Are all the students very religious? Will the religious affiliation affect my education at Chapman (am I required to take any religion-based courses?)
As a non-religious student, will I feel left out at all?
Also, how does it compare to University of San Diego and Pepperdine? More religious or less?