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Outreach Program Helps Good Students Become Good Neighbors

October 11, 2023 by | Updates

Each year, as the fall semester begins at Chapman, returning students are welcomed to City of  Orange neighborhoods by representatives from the university’s Office of Community Relations. The goal, according to James Gerrard, community relations manager, is to educate students – many of whom are living on their own for the first time – about

Local Students Get Hands-On Experience At Summer Engineering Academy

October 11, 2023 by | Updates

Local middle and high school students got the opportunity to work in a professionally-equipped engineering lab this summer thanks to the staff of Chapman University’s Fowler School of Engineering. The students learned about 3D modeling and printing, assembling electronic components, and coding to complete projects that include a custom-engraved LED-powered light and an Arduino-controlled toy

Renovations Begin on Historic Killefer School

October 11, 2023 by | Updates

This fall, renovations are underway at the Lydia D. Killefer School building, located on Olive Street north of Walnut Ave in the City of Orange. Purchased by Chapman University in 2020, the building is set to become the new home of the university’s renowned Institute for Quantum Studies and the state-of-the-art Advance Physics Laboratory-a facility

Engaging Communities: Chapman University Volunteer Fair 2023

September 21, 2023 by | Updates

The Office of Community Relations hosted their annual volunteer fair this past week on Thursday, September 14t in the Attallah Piazza. The fair provided students with the opportunity to meet various non-profit organizations that help serve their local communities. Students were able to meet and greet with local non-profits to understand more about their structure

Midyear recession predicted at Chapman’s 45th Economic Forecast President Emeritus Jim Doti led his team of Chapman economists during the 45th annual Economic Forecast

February 3, 2023 by | Updates

For the 45th year, Chapman University President Emeritus Jim Doti forecasted the future of the economy, mixing data with insights from colleagues and humorous takes on his half marathon runs and appearance on “The Bold and the Beautiful.” The major takeaways of the forecast were a projected recession by mid-2023 and a drop in Orange

Chapman increases campus housing with purchase of Anaheim building Chapman University has acquired the Anavia building in the Platinum Triangle area of Anaheim, two blocks away from Chapman Grand

February 3, 2023 by | Updates

A newly acquired apartment building in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle will make apartments available to more students and will provide a significant increase to the number of students who can reside in campus housing.  The new residence hall, which will be named Chapman Court when it officially opens, is located at 2045 S. State College

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