We are excited that this year’s Parent Spring Summit will be held in person! For more information on all the events on campus and to register visit this link.

Saturday February 11th at 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Crean College will be hosting a Q&A session for parents to learn more about the undergraduate experience at Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences with Dean Hill and Chairs of the Health Science and Psychology departments. Refreshments will be provided.
Janeen Hill, Ph.D., Dean of Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences
Kenneth Sumida, Ph.D., Chair of Health Sciences Department
Tara Gruenewald, Ph.D., Chair of Psychology Department
Location: Crean Hall 149

Here are the top three reasons to participate:

It’s a rare opportunity for parents to engage directly with University leadership.

If your parents love information, this event is a must-go! The presentation gives parents a comprehensive look at all of the services and offerings available to their students. It provides education and career data relevant to those pursuing health-related professions. Finally, it informs parents of the multiple ways they can stay engaged and be heard.

This year, parents can submit a question prior to the event.

Parents now have the option to submit a question or share feedback prior to the event by clicking this link. Questions raised during the session are also welcomed. We encourage everyone to share their honest feedback, comments, and questions.

Meet other families of Crean students!

It’s a great way to engage and network with other families. At Chapman we support and encourage our families and students to come together to form a strong community. We are looking forward to meeting you and helping students get the most out of their experience and education at Crean College.