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Chapman University Student Among Finalists for a Rhodes Scholarship

October 25, 2018 by | Science, Health and Education

A Chapman University student and Presidential Scholar majoring in biochemistry and molecular biology is a finalist for a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. Vidal Arroyo ’19 is among a select number of university students across the nation who will advance to final interviews for the award in mid-November. Arroyo, a first-generation college student who commutes by train

Chapman University and Richard Nixon Foundation Partner in First-Ever Fellows Program

October 3, 2018 by | Scholarship

Chapman University and the Richard Nixon Foundation have formed a new partnership establishing the Richard Nixon Foundation Fellows Program at Chapman University. The program develops mid-career Foreign Service Officers from the U.S. State Department to obtain a multi-disciplinary education and outstanding professional credentials and significant analytical skills by studying and applying Nixon-era foreign policies. This

Senior Gifts Remarkable graduates leave their mark at Chapman.

May 11, 2018 by | Campus Life

They aided the sick. Opened doors of communication. Helped the homeless. Students aren’t the only ones changed by the Chapman University experience. Chapman, and the world beyond, is different for their having been here. Each of the 2,300 undergraduates receiving degrees in this year’s 2018 Commencement brought unique gifts and growth to the life of

Chapman Student with Passion for Leadership Wins Newman Civic Fellowship

April 18, 2018 by Catie Kovelman '19 | achievements

There’s busy and then there’s the kind of busy that is the life of Chapman University’s Daniel Espiritu ’20. The political science major works for the Literacies Partnership, a collaboration between Chapman and Orange High School, and at the Cross Cultural Center. He serves on the executive board of the Student Alliance Prison Reform club