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Notice of Required Disclosures
The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), includes many disclosure and reporting requirements that are intended to assist current and prospective students and their families in accessing information about higher education institutions.
Official statutory sources in which disclosure and reporting requirements are described include:
- U.S. Code: Title 20, Education, Chapter 28 – Higher Education Resources and Student Assistance
- U.S. Code: Title 20, Education, Chapter 31 – General Provisions Concerning Education
- Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-315) (.pdf)
In addition, the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 34, Part 668.41 - Student Assistance General Provisions mandate that a Notice of Required Disclosures is provided to all enrolled students on an annual basis and to all prospective students. Following is a list of Chapman University required disclosures, summary descriptions, and information to obtain a paper copy of each disclosure.
+ - Admission to Chapman University
Students interested in learning more about admission eligibility requirements, application filing periods, deadlines and the application process can visit the Office of Admission and select the appropriate student level and student group.
Students interested in learning more about admission to the Fowler School of Law can visit the Law School Office of Admission.
The Office of Admission can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (714) 997-6711 or (888) CU-APPLY.
+ - Annual Crime Awareness & Security Report (ASR) & Annual Fire Safety Report (Clery)
The annual security report is prepared by the Department of Public Safety in cooperation with Residence Life, Student Life and the judicial affairs staff, along with information provided by the Orange Police Department. To comply with the federal requirements, the Department of Public Safety collects crime statistics from local police departments, by providing the address of housing or off-campus property either owned or controlled by the University or public property immediately adjacent to campus.
The report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning crimes that occurred on-campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the University, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, report of crimes, sexual assault, fire safety and other matters.
The full text of this report can be obtained at the Department of Public Safety located at One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866 or by calling (714) 997-6763
All campus security authorities have an obligation to forward, to Public Safety, information on offenses reported to them for inclusion in the report.
Campus security authorities include not only Public Safety but also employees in the health center, staff members of Residence Life, athletic coaches, student activity coordinators and faculty advisors.
Annual Crime Awareness & Security Report (ASR)
+ - Athletic Participation Rates and Financial Support Data
This annual disclosure provides information on the number and gender of full-time undergraduates participating in the intercollegiate athletic competitions and on each team. Also included is information on coaches, coach salaries, and the revenues and expenses associated with each sport.
Chapman University is a member of NCAA Division III, a division that does not offer athletics-based financial aid but provides a well-rounded collegiate experience that involves a balance of rigorous academics, competitive athletics, and the opportunity to pursue a multitude of other co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities offered.
More information about athletics at the University can be found on the Chapman Athletics website.
+ - Campus Security Personnel
The Department of Public Safety, headed by Chief Randy A. Burba, is staffed by a professional staff of highly trained officers committed to facilitating a safe environment conducive to learning, working, and personal growth through education, engagement, and the development of community partnerships.
Chapman University's Department of Public Safety has an authorized staff of 1 Chief, 2 Captains, 1 Lieutenant, 3 Sergeants, 10 Public Safety Officers, 6 Dispatchers, 1 Community Service Officer, 1 Administrative Operations Coordinator, 1 Assistant Director of Parking/Transportation Services, 1 Parking/Transportation Officer, 1 Fire & Life Safety Marshall and 1 Fire & Life Safety Officer. The Department provides a variety of law enforcement and related services as well as ongoing programs in safety (R.A.D. – Rape Aggression Defense), disaster, crime and fire prevention on and around the campus community.
Additional information about the Department of Public Safety and their staff may be found on their website.
Chapman University Department of Public Safety can be reached at (714) 997-6763
+ - College Navigator
The College Navigator is provided by the U.S. Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences and is designed to assist students in choosing the college or university that is right for them. In addition to searching for and viewing profiles of Universities across the country, the College Navigator website features additional resources designed to assist students as they prepare for college. All colleges and universities receiving federal financial aid are required to contribute data to the College Navigator.
Please visit College Navigator and search for Chapman University to view our profile.
+ - Constitution Day
Every year, on or around September 17, the University celebrates the founding document of the United States of America: The U.S. Constitution. It is important to note that activities are open to all students.
- September 17: A celebration of the 227th anniversary of the Constitution was held in Atallah Piazza with information about the Constitution and the Founding Fathers distributed. Students received a pocket copy of the Constitution. Hosted by the Dean of Students.
- September 17: The Fowler School of Law celebrated Constitution Day with a panel of speakers. Students, Faculty and Staff in attendance received cupcakes and pocket Constitutions.
- September 17: The Fowler School of Law is celebrating Constitution Day with an all-day workshop and series of speakers and panels in conjunction with The Claremont Institute.
- September 14: The Office of Civic Engagement Initiatives will be distributing pocket-sized Constitutions at the annual Student Involvement Fair. Students will also notice posters on lawn-stakes throughout campus highlighting Constitutional Amendments and offering questions for reflection.
Students can learn more about Constitution Day by visiting these websites:
+ - Copyright Infringement
+ - Costs and Consumer Information
Chapman University and the U.S. Department of Education provide several resources to assist students and families in calculating the cost of attendance. Please note that, once enrolled, each student will receive a personalized bill from the Student Business Services Office detailing all charges for the term.
Students and families with questions about Cost of Attendance should contact the Financial Aid Office. Undergraduate Students: (714) 997-6741; Graduate and Law Students: (714) 628-2730.
+ - Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation
At Chapman University, all students, faculty and staff have the right to an inclusive learning and work environment where all individuals are treated with dignity and respect.
More information about Chapman University's Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation policy including the complaint procedure and information about Title IX can be found on the Human Resources website.
+ - Drug and Alcohol Prevention
Chapman University is in compliance with Title 34 CFR 86 which requires notice to all students, faculty and employees concerning its drug and alcohol abuse prevention program. The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 require that institutions of higher education certify that they have adopted and implemented a drug and alcohol prevention program as a condition of receiving funding under any federal program. The Secretary of Education has, as required by the Amendments, issued regulations to enforce the law. These regulations, known as the “Drug Free Schools and Campuses”, may be found in 34 CFR 86 at http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title34/34cfr86_main_02.tpl
In addition, Human Resources publishes a Staff Handbook outlining in 2.11.8 information about substance abuse in compliance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act.
+ - Drug Violations and Consequences
A state or federal drug conviction can disqualify a student from receiving financial aid. Financial aid recipients are only held accountable for convictions that occurred during a period of enrollment.
The period of financial aid ineligibility for a drug possession or sale conviction is as follows:
For possession of illegal drugs
- First offense: one year from date of conviction
- Second offense: two years from date of conviction
- Three or more offenses: indefinite period
For sale of illegal drugs (including conspiring to sell drugs)
- First offense: two years from date of conviction
- Second offense: permanent ineligibility
If a student is convicted of both possessing and selling illegal drugs, he or she will be disqualified for the longer period of ineligibility.
Please note: A conviction that was reversed, set aside, or removed from the student's record doesn't count, nor do juvenile convictions, unless the student was tried as an adult.
+ - Emergency Management
Campus guides and resources regarding immediate emergency response and evaluation procedures.
Questions? Please contact the Public Safety Department at (714) 997-6763.
+ - Faculty Personnel
+ - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Chapman University is committed to the protection and confidentiality of student educational records, adhering closely to the guidelines established by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act - a federal legislation established to regulate access and maintenance of student educational records.
For more information about FERPA, or to obtain a paper copy of this policy, please contact the Office of the Registrar at (714) 997-6701.
+ - Federal Student and Parent Loan NSLDS Disclosure
Students and parents who borrow through a Federal Loan program including the PLUS Loan, Grad PLUS, Perkins Loan and Direct Loan programs will have information about your loans will be submitted to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS). Information in NSLDS is accessible to schools, lenders, and guarantors for specific purposes as authorized by ED.
Borrowers can access their own information via NSLDS for Student Access.
+ - Financial Aid Office Code of Conduct
Both the Undergraduate and Graduate Financial Aid Offices believe in and maintain a commitment to the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator's Code of Conduct.
1. No action will be taken by financial aid staff that is for their personal benefit or could be perceived to be a conflict of interest.
- Employees within the financial aid office will not award aid to themselves or their immediate family members. Staff will reserve this task to an institutionally designated person, to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest.
- If a preferred lender list is provided, it will be compiled without prejudice and for the sole benefit of the students attending the institution. The information included about lenders and loan terms will be transparent, complete, and accurate. The complete process through which preferred lenders are selected will be fully and publicly disclosed. Borrowers will not be auto-assigned to any particular lender.
- A borrower's choice of a lender will not be denied, impeded, or unnecessarily delayed by the institution, even if that lender is not included on the institution's preferred lender list.
- No amount of cash, gift, or benefit in excess of a de minimis amount shall be accepted by a financial aid staff member from any financial aid applicant (or his/her family), or from any entity doing business with or seeking to do business with the institution (including service on advisory committees or boards beyond reimbursement for reasonable expenses directly associated with such service).
2. Information provided by the financial aid office is accurate, unbiased, and does not reflect preference arising from actual or potential personal gain.
3. Institutional award notifications and/or other institutionally provided materials shall include the following:
- A breakdown of individual components of the institution's Cost of Attendance, designating all potential billable charges.
- Clear identification of each award, indicating the type of aid, i.e. gift aid (grant, scholarship), work, or loan.
- Standard terminology and definitions, using NASFAA's glossary of award letter terms.
- Renewal requirements for each award.
4. All required consumer information is displayed in a prominent location on the institutional website(s) and in any printed materials, easily identified and found, and labeled as "Consumer Information."
5. Financial aid professionals will disclose to their institution any involvement, interest in, or potential conflict of interest with any entity with which the institution has a business relationship.
+ - Financial Aid Office Statement of Ethical Principles
Both the Undergraduate and Graduate Financial Aid Offices believe in and maintain a commitment to the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator's Statement of Ethical Principles.
Financial aid administrators shall:
Advocate for students
- Remain aware of issues affecting students and continually advocate for their interests at the institutional, state and federal levels.
- Support federal, state and institutional efforts to encourage students, as early as the elementary grades, to aspire to and plan for education beyond high school.
Manifest the highest level of integrity
- Commit to the highest level of ethical behavior and refrain from conflict of interest or the perception thereof.
- Deal with others honestly and fairly, abiding by our commitments and always acting in a manner that merits the trust and confidence others have placed in us.
- Protect the privacy of individual student financial records.
- Promote the free expression of ideas and opinions, and foster respect for diverse viewpoints within the profession.
Support student access and success
- Commit to removing financial barriers for those who want to pursue postsecondary learning and support each student admitted to our institution.
- Without charge, assist students in applying for financial aid funds.
- Provide services and apply principles that do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, or economic status.
- Understand the need for financial education and commit to educate students and families on how to responsibly manage expenses and debt.
Comply with federal and state laws
- Adhere to all applicable laws and regulations governing federal, state, and institutional financial aid programs.
- Actively participate in ongoing professional development and continuing education programs to ensure ample understanding of statutes, regulations, and best practices governing the financial aid programs.
- Encourage colleagues to participate in the financial aid professional associations available to them at the state, regional, or national level and offer assistance to other aid professionals as needed.
Strive for transparency and clarity
- Provide our students and parents with the information they need to make good decisions about attending and paying for college.
- Educate students and families through quality information that is consumer-tested when possible. This includes (but is not limited to) transparency and full disclosure on award notices.
- Ensure equity by applying all need-analysis formulas consistently across the institution's full population of student financial aid applicants.
- Inform institutions, students, and parents of any changes in financial aid programs that could affect their student aid eligibility.
Protect the privacy of financial aid applicants
- Ensure that student and parent private information provided to the financial aid office by financial aid applicants is protected in accordance with all state and federal statutes and regulations, including FERPA and the Higher Education Act, Section 483(a)(3)(E) (20 U.S.C. 1090).
- Protect the information on the FAFSA from inappropriate use by ensuring that this information is only used for the application, award, and administration of aid awarded under Title IV of the Higher Education Act, state aid, or aid awarded by eligible institutions.
+ - Financial Assistance
Financial Assistance Available to Students
- Chapman University Grants and Scholarships
- Federal and State Grants and Scholarships
- Federal Loans including the Perkins Loan
- Please note: As of September 30, 2015, the Perkins Loan Program is no longer available. However, some students may still qualify for the loan. The Financial Aid Office will continue to award students who still qualify for the Perkins Loan.
- Institutional Loan
- Federal Work Study
- Scholarship Opportunities
Financial Aid Planning Resources
- Financial Aid Information Guide: A complete source for information about applying for and maintaining financial aid eligibility.
- How to Apply for Financial Aid
- Cost of Attendance
- Net Cost Calculator
- Satisfactory Academic Progress: Select "Non-Year Specific"
- Withdrawal Policy
- In addition, students are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office to determine how their award and/or SAP status may be impacted by withdrawing from classes.
Direct Loan Entrance and Exit Counseling
Entrance Counseling is required before a student's Direct Loan will be disbursed on their account. In some cases, a Parent may be required by the Department of Education to complete Entrance Counseling before the PLUS Loan will disburse. Entrance Counseling may be completed online at www.studentloans.gov.
Exit Counseling: Information About Federal Loan Exit Counseling is available on the Financial Aid website with more detailed information including information about repayment plans available at www.studentloans.gov.
Please contact the Undergraduate Financial Aid Office at (714) 997-6741 or the Graduate Financial Aid Office at (714) 628-2730 should you have questions.
+ - Fire Safety
Chapman’s Public Safety department publishes an annual fire safety report, including policies and procedures for on-campus student housing. It is combined with the Annual Security Report (ASR) and is available under the heading "Current Statistics" along with available Fire Statistics or you may download the Annual Security Report with annual notification (PDF).
View additional Fire Safety and Policy information.
+ - Fowler School of Law & ABA Required Disclosures
+ - General Consumer Information Contacts
+ - Health Center
The Chapman Student Health Center is located at the corner of Sycamore and Glassell and provides students with first aid care, care for acute illness, health maintenance including immunizations and testing and health screenings.
The Health Center is open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Walk-In hours are 8:30 a.m. - noon. during regular semesters.
An appointment is usually needed to see the doctor or gynecological nurse practitioners. Please call to schedule an appointment with a health care provider. Appointments are needed in the afternoons. Doctors' hours vary according to their availability.
Please note: All students are required to submit the Health Record Form. This form is available online and is maintained by the Chapman Student Health Center. Students will not be allowed to register for classes if they have not completed and submitted this form.
Call 911 for any life threatening emergency
More information about the Chapman Student Health Center and services provided as well as the required Health Record Form can be found on the Chapman Student Health Center website.
+ - Housing - Residential Life
The Office of Residential Life and First Year Experience assists students with both on and off campus housing and provides a variety of services to students and their families. Students and families may wish to review several resources related to Residential Life:
The Office of Residential Life and First Year Experience can be contacted at (714) 997-6603 or via email at email@example.com
+ - Identity Theft
In accordance with federal regulations, the Chapman University Undergraduate and Graduate Financial Aid Offices have systems in place to identify and resolve discrepancies in information received from different sources including the use of false identities. Suspected violators will be referred to the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Education.
+ - Immigration Requirements for Licensure
+ - Immunization
Chapman University requires the following immunizations:
- Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
Student Health Services will put a hold on student's who have health forms that indicate they are not up-to-date on the required immunizations. For questions or more information about required immunizations or student holds relating to health records, please contact Student Health Services at (714) 997-6851.
+ - Information Security
The Chapman University information Security program is managed by the information security office under the direction of the Information Security Officer. The program ensures the security and confidentiality of information and aims to protect the University against any anticipated threats to the security or integrity of such information and against unauthorized access to or use of information that could result in substantial harm or inconvenience to any customer, faculty, staff or student.
Key components of the Chapman information security program are:
• Audit committee responsibilities for oversight
• Identification and assessment of the risks that may threaten customer information
• Written programs, policies, procedures, and standards to control risks through prevention (including security awareness training), monitoring, and response controls.
• Security-related oversight of service provider arrangements
• Adjustments to the program on a continuing basis for changes in technology, the sensitivity of customer information, internal or external threats to information, and the University’s business arrangements.
Our information security website is: http://www.chapman.edu/security.
+ - Institutional Information for Chapman
The Chapman University Website and University Catalog provides a wealth useful and easily accessible information.
View the University Catalog, including archives of previous catalogs.
Other Useful Information
+ - Instructional Facilities
Chapman University's Orange Campus and Fowler School of Law are located in the city of Orange, California just steps away from the Orange Plaza Historic District.
The Chapman University School of Pharmacy and other Graduate Health Science programs are located on the Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus in Irvine, California.
+ - Loan Repayment Example
There are many tools available to assist students in determining which repayment plan is best and what payments may look like with each of the available options.
The U.S. Department of Education offers a comprehensive Loan Repayment Estimator.
As an example, a student who borrows $3,500 in subsidized Direct Loan with an interest rate of 3.76% will be paying $50 per month under the standard repayment plan. Additional examples are below:
|Plan Name||Standard Months||Actual Months||Monthly Payment||Total Repaid|
Under the Standard repayment plan, the final payment, month 80, would be less than $10. Months 1-79 would have monthly payments of $50.
+ - Missing Student Notification
Consistent with the Higher Education Act of 2008 (HEOA), Chapman University has adopted the following policy and protocols regarding the investigation of and response to reports that a student’s whereabouts are unknown.
How to Report
Chapman University takes student safety very seriously. To this end, individuals having reason to believe that a student has been missing should immediately notify the Chapman University Department of Public Safety at 714-997-6763.
These reports may also be made to Residence Life and First Year Experience in the Davis Community Center or the Dean of Students Office in Argyros Forum 101. If the missing person report is made to staff or organizations other than Chapman University Department of Public Safety, the entity must contact Public Safety immediately.
A student residing in on-campus housing is determined to be missing when the Chapman University Department of Public Safety or other law enforcement agency determines that:
- The student has been missing for more than 24 hours without any known reason,
- The reported information is credible, and
- The circumstances warrant officially declaring the student to be missing.
Unless there is evidence to the contrary, a student residing in on-campus housing will not necessarily be considered missing if the student provided information about their intended whereabouts to the Residence Life and First Year Experience or if the student is absent during recognized University holidays or breaks.
A student may be considered to be missing if his or her absence is contrary to their usual pattern of behavior and/or if unusual circumstances may have caused the absence. Such circumstances may include, but not be limited to, a report or suspicion that the missing student may be the victim of foul play, has expressed suicidal thoughts, is under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, is in danger, or has been with persons who may endanger the student’s welfare.
All enrolled students at Chapman University, regardless of their living circumstances, should designate a Confidential Contact.
A Confidential Contact is an individual(s) that the student prefers Chapman University officials contact in the event that the student is determined to be missing for a period of more than 24 hours. The information provided for the Confidential Contact is confidential and accessible only to authorized campus officials. The contact information may not be disclosed to any party except to law enforcement personnel in furtherance of an official missing person investigation. The University suggests that students notify their Confidential Contacts that they have been designated as such.
All enrolled students at Chapman University living on campus are required to designate a Confidential Contact during the housing application process. It is suggested that students living off campus also designate a Confidential Contact. Every student (resident and non-resident) has a student account on PeopleSoft where they may designate contact information for their selected Confidential Contact. Students should update their personal information at the beginning of each academic year. Students are solely responsible for the accuracy of the information provided and updating the information when needed.
In the event that the missing student is under the age of 18 and is not emancipated, the custodial parent or guardian on the student’s file at the time that the underage student is determined to be missing will also be contacted within 24 hours in addition to the student’s Confidential Contact. If at any time for any reason the custody or guardianship of the student changes during his or her time at the University, the student must update their records immediately.
When a Report is Made
When a report is received that a student’s whereabouts are unknown, Chapman may employ such steps as are appropriate in determining the student’s whereabouts; these step may include some or all of the following:
- Check of the student’s campus residence.
- Attempt to contact the student via phone or internet.
- Interview roommates or other students, as appropriate, to gather additional information about the student’s location and recent activities.
- Access the student’s class schedule and try to contact them in class.
- Investigate the students’ ID card usage to determine which room the student last used their ID card to enter and when they last used their ID card to purchase food on campus.
- Should the above measures be unsuccessful in locating the student, the university shall deem the student as “missing” and within 24 hours notify appropriate law enforcement agencies and the student’s Confidential Contact.
When Public Safety makes a determination that a student who is the subject of a missing person report has been missing for more than 24 hours and has not returned to the campus, the Department of Public Safety will initiate the emergency contact procedures in accordance with the student’s Confidential Contact designation and will also notify local law enforcement that has jurisdiction in the area the student went missing. This will be done within 24 hours, regardless of whether or not the student had a Confidential Contact, is above the age of 18 or is an emancipated minor.
Additionally, Public Safety may release a photo of the missing student as a tool to assist in locating the individual and may seek information and/or assistance from a variety of campus resources during the course of the investigation.
Policy updated July 2016.
+ - Mission Statement
+ - Private Education Loan Self-Certification Form
+ - Required Reports: Completion/Graduation and Continuation/Retention Rates
+ - State Law Violation Complaint Procedure
+ - Student Activities
With the goal of removing the phrase, "I'm bored" from a student's vocabulary, Chapman University fosters robust opportunities for involvement that serve to enhance students' college experience.
To learn more about opportunities for involvement and student resources, please feel free to explore these areas:
For more information about student engagement, activities and well-being, please visit the Chapman University Student Affairs Website and the Dean of Students Website.
+ - Teacher Preparation Programs
Chapman University offers multiple teacher preparation programs that prepare students in becoming credentialed teachers.
Title II Reports for passage rates of license examination completers
+ - Textbook Information
Students and guests may view required, recommended and supplemental course materials schedule for a given class via the Campus Bookstore Online. By clicking on the department, course number and section the following information is available: textbook title, the International Standards Book Number (ISBN), and the price for the book if purchased new or used (if available) or is utilized as a rental (if available) for required and recommended textbooks and supplemental materials.
Students are not required to buy their text books from the University Book Store.
The University Bookstore can be reached at (714) 997-6718.
+ - Title IX - Prohibiting Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence
In accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Chapman University prohibits gender and sex-based discrimination in academic, educational, co-curricular, and athletic programs and activities. Title IX protects all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from sexual harassment and sexual violence, which are forms of sex discrimination.
The policies regarding Title IX related matters are part of the University’s Harassment and Discrimination policy and Appendix Five of the Student Conduct Code which are accessible through the University website. The University also has a webpage that is inclusive of Title IX related policies, reporting processes, resources, and programs.
Chapman’s Annual Security report can be found on the Public Safety website under "Statistics".
The University has designated a Title IX Coordinator to oversee the implementation of Title IX, including the administrative responsibility of reviewing Title IX complaints. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX to university programs and activities may be referred to: DeAnn Yocum Gaffney, Ed.D., Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Senior Associate Dean of Students, Lead Title IX Coordinator.
+ - Transfer of Credit Information
- Only credit from regionally accredited institutions is evaluated for transferability.
- Credit is given for baccalaureate courses excluding preparatory level, technical, vocational, professional, and work experience/co-op credits.
- Minimum grade of C-.
- A maximum of 70 semester credits of community college credit will be applied toward the bachelor's degree.
- No limit is placed on the number of transferable credits from regionally accredited four-year colleges or universities. A student, however, must meet all the credit, grade, and residence requirements as stated in the Undergraduate Degree Requirements section of the current Chapman University catalog.
- No internship or practicum credit is accepted in transfer.
- Independent Study and special topics credit in transfer are not automatically accepted. Materials detailing the content studied may be submitted for credit consideration.
- Coursework may not duplicate or overlap other course credits.
- CSU transferability does not guarantee the course will be transferable to Chapman.
+ - Voter Registration
In addition to this convenient resource, voter registration cards are available in the Bhathal Student Services main lobby.
For more information on ways to become more civically engaged, such as serving as a poll worker, please contact the Secretary of State's Voter Education and Outreach Services team at (916) 651-3070.
+ - Withdrawal from the Institution
- The student drops all courses in which they are enrolled during a semester.
- After completing a semester the student does not return for the subsequent semester.
Undergraduate students who plan to return after interrupting their enrollment at Chapman University must review the Interrupted Enrollment policy.
Current Undergraduate students who are uncertain whether or not to withdraw from the university are strongly urged to contact the campus Dean of Students prior to withdrawing. Graduate students should contact the Provost's Office.
Graduate Students are considered withdrawn from the Chapman University if:
- The student drops all courses in which they are enrolled during a semester.
- The student does not return after more than one semester of non-attendance.
With the exception of Law students, the University Registrar is the Official withdrawal office. Students wishing to withdraw should contact the Registrar to complete the withdraw process.
Law students should contact the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Administration.
Graduate students who plan to return after interrupting their enrollment for more than one semester must review the Leave of Absence policy.
View additional information about the University's withdrawal policy.
It is important for students to understand that withdrawing from the university before the end of the term may impact your financial aid offer, even if you are only offered student loans. Information about withdrawing from the University and its impact on financial aid can be found in the Financial Aid Information Guide.
Students enrolled in the Fowler School of Law should consult section 4.1.7 of the Student Handbook available online (pdf) for specifics about withdrawal as a Law student.