11 posts tagged



Chapman University: Celebrating 160 Years and Planning a Bold Future Join President Struppa for our Livestream of State of the University 2022

January 24, 2022 by | Updates

Save the date for a livestream of Chapman University’s State of the University address on Friday, Feb. 11, at 11 a.m. PST.  President Daniele C. Struppa will update the campus community about recent achievements and exciting plans for the future. In this virtual presentation, you’ll hear about faculty, students and alumni accomplishments, research milestones, major philanthropic

After a year of quarantine, Chapman University continues to thrive Chapman President Daniele Struppa outlines continued progress in State of the University Address

March 22, 2021 by | Updates

In his recent State of the University address, Chapman President Daniele Struppa praised the campus community for the way they supported one another in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer than 400 cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed among the combined student body, faculty and staff population, a less than 1% positivity rate. “The

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

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

January 19, 2021 by | Community

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

Chapman Implements Continual COVID-19 Tests and Screenings Chapman takes proactive steps to prioritize the health of students, staff, faculty and neighbors while awaiting the vaccine

December 16, 2020 by | Community

In October, Chapman began a phased return to in-person instruction while continuing to follow all guidelines from state and local health authorities. Although Orange County was recently moved to the Purple Tier by Gov. Newsom, Chapman continues to implement a robust health monitoring program includes COVID-19 monthly testing and daily screenings for anyone returning to campus,

Health Protocols for Students Living in Chapman Neighborhoods Chapman communicates a clear set of expectations to the population of students returning to the community

September 3, 2020 by | Community

On August 4, Chapman President Struppa announced that the university will begin fall classes with remote instruction. This is not the news we wanted, nor the plan we have been working toward for the past several months. But with the current state of the pandemic across the country, we will always put the health and

Log In
Open Main Menu