Growing by Leaps and Bounds
Chapman’s history of leadership in higher education can be seen in the University’s remarkable faculty, vibrant intellectual community, and acknowledged strengths in creativity, innovation and research. Increasingly, the University is earning national attention because of its growing presence in technology and the sciences. The University’s new College of Pharmacy (seeking accreditation in 2015) is further evidence of that leadership.
Showcase your talents
From our award-winning performers, visual artists, and writers, to our tech-savvy scientists and innovative entrepreneurs, Chapman University is home to incredibly creative students starting to make their mark. Whether it’s film, dance, technology, or business, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect outlet for your creative side here at Chapman.
Discovery at your fingertips
The road to innovation is challenging, but when you reach your destination, it can be the most exhilarating experience of your life. Chapman realizes that innovation is about putting your ideas into action. It’s about giving you access to the latest tools and resources, while allowing you to work alongside professors who are leaders in their field. Innovation is about motivation, inspiration, and access, and Chapman University strives to make this possible for you.
$15 million gift from Harry and Diane Rinker names new health science campus
Chapman University’s continuing growth in the health sciences has been given a boost by a $15 million gift from Newport Beach couple Harry and Diane Rinker. The gift, announced at this year's American Celebration gala, will name Chapman’s new health science campus in Irvine the Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus. The funds will be used to support Chapman’s graduate programs in health sciences housed at the Irvine campus, including pharmacy, physical therapy and physician’s assistant.Read more »
François Englert of the Institute for Quantum Studies is awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics Read more »
Chapman University honors 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year Jeff Kearl Read more »
NewsView all News »
Today Wassail at Chapman is more polished than ever, enjoying repeat airings on KCET throughout the holiday season, elegant dinners served in the Wallace All Faiths Chapel of the Fish Interfaith Center, and a campus decked out in holiday lights. Over the years, the concert’s original goal of offering a seasonal tradition to the community has truly been met.
EventsView Calendar of Events »
Join us on campus Thursday, Dec. 5, at 5 p.m. for Chapman University’s second annual “Winterfest” holiday celebration and tree-lighting. This free community event will feature a Holiday Marketplace, live performances of seasonal music by the Chapman student ensembles, free hot chocolate and hot cider, children’s activities and fireworks.