- College search made simple.
Dismiss notification

Interested in this school?

Please type at least the first 4 letters of the school name.

Southern California University of Health Sciences Admissions Stats

What Are My Chances?®

What are my chances?® Calculator

The chart below shows your chances of admission to this school, based on the information in your profile.

  • Lower
  • Medium
  • Higher
Estimated Chances

Create a free profile so you can see your chances at Southern California University of Health Sciences and thousands of other top colleges.


We do not have enough information about this school to know how selective they are.

Southern California University of Health Sciences Admissions Scattergram

(Based on historical self-reported student data)

Want to improve your chances?

Use the Cappex Admissions Coach to get tips.

Admissions Requirements

We don't have any requirement data for Southern California University of Health Sciences.

Application Fees

Undergrad Application Fee
Graduate Application Fee

Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

Test Scores Breakdown

Many colleges put a great deal of weight on student ACT/SAT test scores when considering applications. Cappex can help you see how you rank compared to students who have been accepted to Southern California University of Health Sciences

No available data about test scores for Southern California University of Health Sciences

Contact Info

16200 East Amber Valley Drive Whittier, CA 90604
Phone: (562) 947-8755
General Site:
Southern California University of Health Sciences
  • Located in Whittier, CA
  • Private not-for-profit
  • 713 students enrolled
  • - admitted
  • $8,530 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
  • 0
  • Harold from Alexandria, VA
  • I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Southern California University of Health Sciences is a sham and the employees there are bullies! Don't waste your time, and more importantly your money applying or attending. I applied to both their DC and PA programs and was first accepted into their DC program. After my acceptance, I kept receiving admissions emails regarding my "admission to their PA program." When I called the school to report the irregularity, I was told by Ms Elizabeth Cruz the email had been sent in error. Strangely, Ms Elizabeth Cruz also told me at that time that applicants were expected to be "professional throughout the application process." - Apparently Ms Elizabeth Cruz says this to "everyone" (despite never saying this to me at any time during our previous phone calls before that). It wasn't after I called to follow up on my PA application (months later) that I was told (more so screamed at) by Mr David Coronado, who told me I would not be accepted into their PA program and that my DC acceptance had been rescinded because I had "altered" their admission emails... When I tried to ask where this accusation was coming from, Mr David Coronado refused to let me speak and threatened to report me to CASPA. When I tried to justify the validity of the emails I had received, Mr Coronado raised his voice at me and told me that my opinion did not matter. Well after months of being told I'd get a call back from the dean of the DC and PA program (which never occurred), I was able to settle the situation with the school and obtain an apology. The school did in fact report me to CASPA and I was also able to obtain a retraction for their libelous claim. At this point I have no desire to attend this school and was glad to see the reality about SCUHS before becoming part of the student body. Ultimately SCUHS and its staff lack the professionalism required to operate a health sciences school and SCUHS' action only discredits the legitimacy of the school. While SCHUS is tasked with training our future healthcare providers, the school doesn't seem to know what it is doing at the administrative level...

    Read More
  • 0
  • Dual Student
  • I am a current student here

    The dual program is extremely challenging, both academically and financially. If you graduate from the chiro program and have maxed out your federal loans, you may not qualify for more federal funding for the AOM program should you continue afterwards.

    Read More