The Office of Admission provides fun and informative information to help you navigate the admission process. Future students can reach out to our office for tours, information sessions, and interviews.
The A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research houses economic and business research, and regularly disseminates the results to the local Orange County community.
Undergraduate and Graduates alike are welcome to utilize the plethora of resources that the Arygros Career Services offers. Among them include career assessments, career advising and appointments, interview preparation, resume and cover letter critiques, workshops, career treks, individual career coaching, mentor program, and so much more.
The Phyllis & Ross Escalette Permanent Collection of Art is not tucked away in a gallery or confined to just one building; it is spread throughout campus for all to enjoy - on tree-lined walkways, in courtyards, lobbies, offices and meeting places. In this way, Chapman has become a museum without walls, a gallery spread throughout campus.
Chapman University's long-running business news program with analysis and features on the local and national economy. The show is hosted by business journalist & professor Pete Weitzner, with expert commentary from economist Esmael Adibi, Ph.D.
Once a Panther always a Panther. Students and alumni connect and share how Chapman has impacted their lives.
The Official Instagram account for the Chapman University science programs, including the School of Pharmacy, Crean College, and Schmid College.
Connect with Chapman University: home to innovators, leaders and creators. In addition to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, join us on YouTube and Pinterest.
Class of 2018, you're invited to connect with Chapman University and each other. Learn more about financial aid, student life, clubs and organizations, and housing and residence life. And join us in the countdown to Orientation!
The Charles C. Chapman Heritage Society provides information for people of all ages about estate planning with a focus on positively influencing the lives of others through legacy planning at Chapman University.
The College of Performing Arts (CoPA) is home to Chapman University's Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music and Departments of Dance and Theatre. This partnership cultivates a vibrant atmosphere that combines abundant possibilities for scholarship, creativity, free expression and intellectual curiosity with real world experience.
The home of Computer Science, Physics, Math, Software Engineering, Game Development, Computational Science and Data Science at Chapman University.
Undergraduate and graduate programs in health science, psychology, physical therapy, physician assistant studies and marriage and family therapy.
History is our collective memory, an understanding of our heritage, of who we are and how we came to be. The history major not only provides students with the knowledge and tools of history, but also provides a sense of roots, as well as a broader perspective on the diverse regions and peoples of the world.
The mission of the Department of World Languages and Cultures is to prepare students to become proficient in a language, literature, and culture other than English so that they may lead empowered, ethical, and productive lives as global citizens.
Chapman University's Office of Financial Aid provides generous financial aid programs that make attending Chapman a reality for all.
Located at the crossroads of the campus, the Fish Interfaith Center is home to the Wallace All Faiths Chapel and the Wilkinson Founders Chapel at Chapman University. Reflecting the rich spiritual diversity of the Chapman community, fifteen groups representing nine different religious traditions engage in over thirty activities weekly.
The official account for the Ludie & David C. Henley Social Sciences Research Laboratory in @WCHSS at @ChapmanU. Located in Roosevelt Hall Room 222.
International Students and Scholars Services Facebook Page
The Leatherby Libraries is home to nine separate libraries. Connect with the Library for update on events, resources, and hours.
The Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program is specifically structured to prepare students for licensure in California as Marriage and Family Therapists.
Chapman University is pleased to announce Daniele C. Struppa, Ph.D. as its thirteenth president starting September 1, 2016. Previously, Dr. Struppa held the position of Chancellor at Chapman University for the last nine years. Daniele C. Struppa, Ph.D., joined Chapman University in 2006 as provost, responsible for creating and implementing academic priorities for the University and for the allocation of resources to support those priorities. In 2007, with the addition of further leadership responsibilities, he was appointed as Chapman’s first chancellor.
Chapman University's department of broadcast and digital media. We produce television programs, including the annual Holiday Wassail Concert and Dialogue with Doti, and University videos. We employ about 40 crackerjack student crew members every semester, in addition to several full-time professionals.
The Office of Residence Life and First Year Experience provides on-campus housing for Chapman University students. Connect with our social media accounts to stay in touch with events, programs, and important reminders!
Chapman students have a place to call their own! Located in Argyros Forum, the Student Union is the dynamic hub of student life at Chapman University. The union builds community amongst the student body by offering services and programs for every Panther.
Educate. Entertain. Connect. The University Program Board strives to enhance the overall experience at Chapman University by actively engaging the students with entertaining, educational, and diverse programs throughout the academic year. The board provides opportunities for participation in the implementation of its programs in order to integrate the varied needs of the Chapman community.
Wilkinson College is a vibrant, intellectual community of students, faculty, and alumni committed to art, communication studies, english, history, languages, peace studies, philosophy, political science, religious studies and sociology.