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Tune in virtually for special events to celebrate Black History Month Chapman welcomes the community to join exclusive guest speakers and screenings to honor Black History Month

February 10, 2021 by | Events

The collaboration of Chapman’s Cross Cultural Center, Black Student Union, Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Black Alumni Association has culminated in a series of virtual events to honor Black History month.  The events listed below are free and open to the community, so please join us to listen, learn, and discuss with

Chapman students support local farmers and artisans at Chapman Day at the farmer’s market Orange Home Grown welcomes students, faculty and staff to reap the benefits of their long-standing partnership with the university

February 8, 2021 by | Events

Last Saturday, Feb. 6, Orange Home Grown, Chapman’s University Program Board, and the local farmers and artisans joined forces to host a Chapman Day at the farmer’s market.  Chapman students, faculty and staff alike flocked to the market to take part in discounts offered by participating vendors. The folks at Orange Home Grown were happy

Escalette Collection to host free art workshops for Veterans, Active Service Members and/or their family members and caregivers Join us for virtually for the opportunity to create your own masterpieces with skilled artists

January 27, 2021 by | Events

The Escalette Permanent collection of Art will host two art workshops that are free and open to Veterans, Active Service Members and/or their family members and caregivers.  These two workshops are part of the Creativity After Combat Exhibition, which honors veterans, past and present, and explores the unique ability of visual art to capture aspects of

COVID-19 Impacts on Mental Health Explored at Chapman’s Ask the Experts Town Hall Andrew Kami, Ph.D., Chapman’s director of Student Psychological Counseling Services, participated in the recent Ask the Experts town hall with local mental health experts.

January 20, 2021 by | Community

Among the health care challenges laid bare by the COVID-19 crisis is the need for more mental health services, especially for children and the elderly, according to panelists speaking at Chapman University’s recent Ask the Experts Virtual Town Hall – COVID-19 and Impacts on Mental Health. The experts connected the pandemic to upticks in suicidal

Student-Led Community Outreach Program Teaches Good Neighbor Habits Alisa Dreyer ‘21 is helping to solve problems in the community as part of a new peer education program designed to ease the transition to off-campus living.

January 20, 2021 by | Community

Discarded furniture. Poorly-parked cars. Loud gatherings and general noisiness. Alisa Dreyer ’21 has been a student assistant in Chapman University’s Office of Community Relations for almost four years, so she’s familiar with the kinds of issues neighbors experience sometimes concerning students living in the community. Traditionally, such concerns have been fielded by Community Relations, and

Chapman Student Philanthropists Support Anti-Racism and Black Community Nonprofits

January 20, 2021 by | Community

Having now completed its fourth semester at Chapman University, the Panther Experiential Philanthropy Project (PEPP) has grown over the last year and half in terms of size and scope. By aligning fieldwork assignments with course learning outcomes, PEPP exposes students to the work going on in the nonprofit sector. It offers Chapman students the opportunity

Extension of Remote Instruction for Chapman Students Stay-at-home order pushes back resumption of in-person instruction

January 19, 2021 by | Updates

From the Office of the President: We have recently learned that the Orange County Heath Care Agency (OCHCA) has extended the Orange County stay-at-home order for an additional 4 weeks. With this news, we will now need to begin the spring semester with remote instruction. This does not impact the current in-person instruction currently in progress at

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