The Chapman Campus Garden has been established by faculty, students and staff as to be an interdisciplinary learning space driven by student and faculty interests. With generous donations from 16 departments on campus, the garden has been started with fruit trees, planters for vegetables and herbs, and drought-friendly plants. The garden is a space for students, faculty, and staff to use in support of curriculum and in campus community activities. We hope you will join us from 3-5 p.m. on May 3rd to see it first hand!

Located in the Davis Quad behind Sandhu, the Chapman Campus Garden is intended to provide opportunities for growing edible plants and trees as well as native plants. It is designed as a pedagogical space open to use by all students and faculty. Exploring the way in which a community garden can be a truly interdisciplinary endeavor, we envision the garden as a place for plants and ideas to grow within and beyond the Chapman community.

For further information, contact Micol Hebron at