» Diversity and Inclusion Resources

Chapman celebrates and teaches diversity through academic coursework, events, speakers, student clubs, and workshops. Chapman University is committed to fostering learning and working environments that encourage and embrace diversity, multiple perspectives, and the free exchange of ideas as important measures to advance educational and social benefits.

Academic Programs and Resources »

Find out more about the academic programs, courses, and resources related to diversity, inclusion, identity and culture at Chapman University.


Advocates at Chapman »

Explore this list of self-identified advocates at Chapman including staff, faculty and administrators. Every person on this list has committed to being an open door and advocate for students. They have also committed to participate in a development workshop or training to enhance their skills in these support areas and to continue to learn from one another.


Clubs and Organizations »

Some of the co-curricular programs focused on diversity and inclusion are the Next Step Social Justice Retreat, Reel Justice, and the Breaking Ground Program. The university has also proudly hosted speakers such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Elie Wiesel, Dolores Huerta, Elizabeth Martinez, Tim Wise, Paul Rusesabagina and Sylvia Hurtado. explore the clubs and student organizations dedicated to diversity, culture, and inclusion at Chapman. 


Resources for Students of Color »

This is an online resource for students who identify as people of color This webpage was created in collaboration between Cross-Cultural Engagement and The Advisory Group on the Status of People of Color. 


Resources for Students with Disabilities »

This is an online resource for students with disabilities. This webpage was created in collaboration between Cross-Cultural Engagement and The Advisory Group on the Status of Disabilities & Accessibility.


Resources for Students Facing Financial Challenges »

This page was created by the Advisory Group on the Status of Socio-economic Stratification to serve as a resource for students who are facing financial challenges.


Resources for LGBTQIA+ Students (Queer Pages) »

Queer Pages is an online resource for students who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community. This webpage was created in collaboration between Cross-Cultural Engagement and The Advisory Group on the Status of LGBTQ Communities. 


Mental Health Resources

This is an online resource for mental health and provides information about on campus counseling, on campus group sessions, student organizations, and online resources. 


Resources for Students Who Are Undocumented »

This is an online resource for students who are undocumented. This webpage was created in collaboration between Marcela Valle and Diversity & Inclusion in the Office of the Provost. 


Resources for Veterans, ROTC, Reserves, or Military Connected Members »

This is an online resource for students who students who are Veterans, ROTC, Reserves, or Military Connected Members. This webpage was created in collaboration between Cross-Cultural Engagement and The Advisory Group on the Status of Military Affiliates.