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Chapman Distributes CARES Act Funding to Students (Notification)

Chapman University has received emergency grants for students funded by the federal government’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. These funds are available to students with expenses directly related to the disruption of campus operations due to the coronavirus pandemic. ...

May 15: Leadership Town Hall on State of the University Scheduled for Wednesday; Full Transition to Canvas for Fall; Upcoming ‘Working Remote Series’ Programs and ‘Ask the Experts’ Town Hall

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Friday, May 15. Our planning for fall is in full swing. The fourteen task forces are facilitating discussions across the campus, and the list of individuals providing advice and expertise is growing every...

May 12: “CU Safely Back” Initiative Updates

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Tuesday, May 12. Last week, I announced the “CU Safely Back” initiative that will define our return to campus. The coming weeks will be heavy with planning as the fourteen task forces are hard at work...

May 8: “CU Safely Back” Initiative for a Safe Return to Campus in Fall 2020

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Friday, May 8. The planning for a fall return to campus continues to take shape. This week, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Harold Hewitt established fourteen separate task forces to ...

May 5: National Decision Day Update; Suspension of Second-Year, Live-In Requirement; Fiscal Year-End Preparation; ‘Ask the Experts’ Town Hall on Thursday

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Tuesday, May 5. When I reflect on the Chapman University response to the COVID-19 pandemic thus far, clear stages come into focus. At the start we worked hard to stabilize. We quickly moved to remote lear...

May 1: Virtual Celebration for the Class of 2020; Giving Day Raises $1.1M; Leatherby Libraries and Departmental Resources

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Friday, May 1. As we enter the month of May, it feels like a lifetime ago that we were still hopeful students might be back on campus before the end of the semester.  A primary concern at that time was t...

April 28: School of Pharmacy on the Front Lines; Giving Day is Today; Panther Housing Selection Delay; Student Scholar Symposium Moves Online; Panthers in Public Service Virtual Discussion on Thursday

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Tuesday, April 28. This past week, the City of Orange Mayor Mark Murphy joined several deans and other Chapman leaders in a Virtual Town Hall bring together almost 500 community members to learn what Chap...

April 24: Campus Plans for Fall Semester; Letters of Hope Initiative; Livestream of ‘The Magic Flute’ Tonight; ‘Ask The Experts’ Town Hall on Monday

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Friday, April 24. It has now been over a month since we last had in-person classes on the Chapman campuses. Since that time the Chapman experience has continued, albeit a very different experience for all...

April 21: Guidance for Limited On-Site Work and Summer Housing; Online Undergraduate Admission Resources; New Online Recognition Program; Virtual Commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Tonight

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Tuesday, April 21. I’m very proud to share with you that two of our colleagues were published in one of the oldest, most prestigious publications in Italy—La Stampa. Argyros School of Business and Eco...

April 17: Chapman Offers Housing to First Responders; Giving Day Focuses on Students and Families in Crisis; Upcoming Community Impact Forum and Argyros School Webinar; Farmers Market Reopens Tomorrow

Chapman President Daniele C. Struppa shared the following message with the campus community on Friday, April 17. Today, I am happy to announce that we have signed an agreement with the City of Orange to provide housing to first responders to self-isolate in Chapman apartments. As a member of the Or...