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Office of Community Relations

  

Chapman joins Orange community in return of the annual May Parade

May 18, 2022 by | Community

Last weekend, Orange residents and visitors lined the streets for the first Orange May Parade since the pandemic. Hosted by the Orange Chamber of Commerce, the parade featured a procession of vintage cars, bands, dancers, animals and so much more. Various departments at Chapman University participated in the parade, including Community Relations, Chapman Alumni Association,

The Off-Campus Student Guide for Parents

July 14, 2021 by | Community

Hello, Chapman parents and families! The Office of Community Relations would like to extend a warm welcome back as students return to campus.  As many students live off-campus in the City of Orange, we would like to share some resources and information about the surrounding community. The Office of Community Relations proudly serves as a

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

Reading is Magic Reading Promise Reading Festival offers a fun, interactive reading experience to children from low-income families.

September 30, 2019 by | Community

On Sunday, September 29th, hundreds of families gathered to experience the magic of books through a number of completely free activities embracing creativity, expression, and above all: reading.  The Reading Promise reading festival, hosted by the Orange Elks with support of the Orange Public Library Foundation, invites families from nine Title I schools of Orange

3rd Annual Merchant’s Day Sees Record Turn Out Students interact with local businesses and organizations to learn more about the surrounding community

September 27, 2019 by | Community

Students, faculty, and staff gathered to experience quite a spectacle on September 18th as over a dozen local businesses and organizations lined the perimeter of Attallah Piazza.  The unique booths full of free samples, games, and prizes made the 3rd Annual Merchant’s Day, hosted by Chapman’s Office of Community Relations, an enjoyable time for those

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