We have put our new application requirements up on our website, so I encourage you to take a look! There have been a few changes from last year, so make sure to read carefully. The Common Application will be available September 1, but I wanted to let you know that you could at least start
Who would have guessed that a Chapman University support group called The Fashionables would be around 40 years? Formed in 1971 when Chapman University was called Chapman College, the group's focus was to offer top-notch programs to its members and use members' dues for scholarships for students enrolled in the university's World Campus Afloat "floating
Chapman TV students are already finding success in high places!
Fun video of actress Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (Kelly Kapowski) taking a crack at directing in the Fox news Channel control room–she's in good hands–both guys to her right are Dodge College TV alums, Director, John Duber (class of 2000) and Tech Director, Scotty Anderson (class of 2002). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60g0bFQc7CU&feature=player_embedded Our goal remains total domination–so hosts are next!
Every summer, Marion Knott Studios gets to take a deep breath and relax. Like all of us, the studio we work in needs a chance to grow, expand, and change with the times. With most of our students away from Orange, whether on a cultural exchange program, internship, or simply traveling, the queit summer hours
WB's former marketing head joins College of Film and Media Arts By RACHEL ABRAMS Taubin Former Warner Bros. marketing head Dawn Taubin has joined the faculty of Chapman U.'s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts as a professor of public relations and advertising. WB reached the $1 billion mark at the domestic B.O. for
Just wanted to give you all a quick update: We are working to get as many transfers decisions as we can completed by June 1. If you have not heard a decision yet, but need to know in order to make a decision before deadlines for other schools come up, let me know; I should
2011 Cecil Award winners: Didn't see the show last weekend? Watch the event on our video archives. Best Undergraduate/Graduate TV Screenplay Scarlet Glass – “Pilot” by James Sweeney Best Undergraduate/Graduate Screenplay, Film Last Knight of Sudan by Ryan Riley Excellence in Producing – Undergraduate Hannah d'Angerio Kai de Mello-Folsom Excellence in
Eliza's Story: Ashland High School graduate films documentary about young lady with Down syndrome who was dropped from SOU course By Paris Achen for the Tidings Posted: 2:00 AM May 19, 2011 When Chapman University filmmaking student Ruby Stocking graduated from Ashland High School in 2008, she had never met Eliza Schaaf, a classmate with Down syndrome.
Every year, the Dodge College faculty honor the graduating senior class (at both the Graduate and Undergraduate levels) with an awards ceremony named for our original building's namesake, Cecil B DeMille. The show, which is planned, produced, and executed entirely by a staff of students every spring right before Commencement, is a huge student event,