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COVID-19 Orange Campus Update

July 28, 2020 by | Updates

Dear Neighbors, As faculty, staff and administration work to return to campus in the fall, our top priority is the health and safety of the entire community. We will follow all public health guidelines issued by Orange County and California health authorities, and only return if we have their support and approval of our plans

Meet Chapman’s New Vice President of Campus Planning and Design Collette Creppell, the new vice president of campus and design, will oversee all new design and renovations on the Chapman campus.

February 20, 2020 by | Updates

This December, Chapman University welcomed Collette Creppell as the new vice president of campus planning and design. The creation of this new vice presidency marks a change in Chapman’s approach to campus planning. Creppell will focus on the design of major projects and, with vice president of community relations Jack Raubolt, entitlement matters including zoning,

Here to be a Good Neighbor

September 30, 2019 by | Updates

Here at Chapman, we work hard to make sure that our neighbors and the community we love always enjoy the benefits of us being here, and make every effort to mitigate the concerns of our community. One of the tools we use to accomplish that goal is the Chapman University Specific Plan. First approved by

Chapman’s Alisa Driscoll Among Women of the Year

May 13, 2019 by | Updates

Alisa Driscoll, a familiar face and friendly liaison between the University and the local neighborhood in Chapman’s Office of Community Relations since 2016, was among the University alumni and employees recognized as 2019 Women of the Year in front of an overflow crowd. Driscoll assists Jack Raubolt, Chapman’s vice president for community relations, as communications

Chapman Lends a Hand at the Wooden Floor

May 13, 2019 by | Updates

Chapman University’s relationship with its community is on display at The Wooden Floor, a local nonprofit that transforms the lives of young people from low-income neighborhoods through the power of dance and access to higher education. As children danced in the Santa Ana studio one afternoon, Chapman alumna Alix Portillo watched closely. Not so long

Chapman’s OC Survey Shows Support for Local Transit

May 13, 2019 by | Updates

While Orange County remains car-centric, the door may be opening to mass transit as long as it directly serves county residents. That’s one of the many relevant findings in the latest Chapman University Orange County Annual Survey released during the University’s fifth annual Public Policy Conference, this year titled The Future of Transportation. The survey

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