» Chapman Alumni Lifelong Learning

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.

Check out the schedule for the fall 2017 semester, and stay tuned for more details. 

+ - Deadlines and Important Dates

Monday, August 16, 2017: First day to contact professors for permission to audit a course (professors must be contacted before the first week of classes)

Monday, August 16, 2017: First day to turn in CALL registration form with professor’s signature to Registrar’s Office

Friday, August 25, 2017: Last day to contact a professor for approval to audit a course (professors must be contacted before the first week of classes)

Monday, August 28, 2017: Instruction begins

Friday, September 1, 2017: Last day to turn in CALL registration form with professor’s signature to Registrar’s Office

Monday, September 4, 2017: Labor Day (University closed)

Monday - Friday, November 20 – 24, 2017: Thanksgiving Recess (University closed)

Saturday, December 9, 2017: Last day of instruction

+ - Lifelong Learning Testimonials

Check out what alumni and students alike are saying about the experience. 

Alumni:

“The class is very informative, educating and entertaining, and I am enjoying it immensely. The students participate willingly and comfortably and the atmosphere makes this class a great learning experience.” – Joyce Miller ’51, ’77

“My professors, years ago, were very talented teachers. Professor Lehnof is definitely a continuation of this tradition, and he possesses the first pre-requisite of a gifted teacher – he really likes the students. Thank you Chapman for this chance to enjoy such enrichment.” –Betty Rivera ‘62 

Future Alumni (Current Students):

“I think it is wonderful to have alumni participating in the class through the Lifelong Learning program. It makes it feel like a Chapman family and it is a program I would like to eventually be a part of after graduation. It is really nice as a student to know that Chapman is a home base that we students can always return to.” 

“I thought it was a really cool experience having a Chapman alumna in our class. It was neat to know that she was sitting in our seats once, and she was able to offer significant contributions to our class. I’m excited to participate in this program on day as an alumna!”

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(714) 997-6681
alumni@chapman.edu

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