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Chief Randy Burba Retires from Chapman Public Safety

March 7, 2022 by | Updates

After 17 years at Chapman University, Chief of Public Safety Randy Burba retired on March 1. Burba first came to Chapman in August 2005, and has since become one of the most recognizable faces in the neighborhoods surrounding campus. His contributions to the community are many. He expanded the services provided by creating a Fire

Chapman Plans for Fall with “CU Safely Back” Initiative

June 2, 2020 by | Neighbor-to-Neighbor

The planning for a fall return to campus for students, faculty and staff continues to take shape. In May, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Harold Hewitt established fourteen separate task forces to begin preparation for the “CU Safely Back” initiative. Faculty, staff and administrators from across campus have been tapped to contribute to

Chapman Offers Housing to First Responders

June 2, 2020 by | Neighbor-to-Neighbor

Through an agreement with the City of Orange, Chapman will offer temporary housing in university-owned apartments that offer private rooms with kitchens. The university has prepped 20 units in Panther Village apartments for the cause. The university welcomes the opportunity to offer this important temporary housing that helps protect first responders’ families, said Chapman President

Jack Raubolt: A Farewell to Neighbors of Chapman

June 2, 2020 by | Neighbor-to-Neighbor

Dear Neighbors, Over four years ago, I returned to Chapman University to serve as the Vice President of Community Relations. I was tasked with creating an office where our neighbors could come and get answers to their questions and concerns as it relates to Chapman, as well as building meaningful relationships with residents, business owners,

Chapman, Santiago Canyon College Build Pathway for Teacher Education

April 3, 2020 by | Community

Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies and Santiago Canyon College have signed a new partnership that is designed to meet the growing need for teachers in California. The Chapman Transfer Admission Guarantee (C-TAG) for Future Educators is a new pathway for community college students who want to become elementary or special education teachers in

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