Your learning journey doesn’t end when you graduate from Chapman University; it has only just begun! To encourage Chapman alumni 50 years of age and older to continue learning and growing, the Alumni Association is proud to offer the Chapman Alumni Lifelong Learning (CALL) program.
Chapman Alumni Lifelong Learning brings seasoned learners together in the classroom with current students and outstanding faculty for a semester-long journey, exploring topics ranging from Shakespeare’s tragedies to Organizational Communication and much more. If you’re a Chapman alumna or alumnus who is 50 years of age or older and you live within driving distance of campus, don’t miss this opportunity to audit classes with current Chapman students free of charge, compliments of the Alumni Association.
CALL will return for the Spring 2015 semester - stay tuned for more details. If you have previously participated in CALL or if you're interested in participating, please e-mail Andi Doddridge with your comments and suggestions for improving the program. For example, what days and times are most convenient for you to take classes? Would a shorter format (rather than a full semester) work better for you? We value your opinion and look forward to your feedback. An interest list for the Spring 2015 semester is currently being compiled.