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. Know of a resource you would like to see on this page? Contact us!
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The Dean of Students Office, as with all concerns, serves as a resource for students by assisting in matters that impact the learning of all students. Students needing access to food should contact the Dean of Students Office.
Food pantry for students in need
For several years Chapman has offered a food pantry assistance program to any students who have a need for additional resources. If you or a student you know could benefit from this assistance or would like more information on the food pantry program, click here.
Contact: Jerry Price | Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students | (714) 997-6721 | email@example.com | Argyros Forum 101
DeAnn Yocum Gaffney | Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Associate Dean of Students | (714) 997-6721 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Argyros Forum 101
Chris Hutchison | Assistant Dean of Students | (714) 628-7321 | email@example.com | Argyros Forum 303F
The Student Government Association Campus Inclusion Committee addresses issues of diversity and equity affecting the campus. The committee actively seeks the concerns of underrepresented groups on campus and challenges itself to solve those issues.
The Chapman Diversity Project, sponsored by the Office of the Provost, endeavors to bring students, staff, faculty, administrators and trustees together for meaningful dialogue focused on developing strategic priorities and recommendations for diversity and inclusion at Chapman.
ADVISORY GROUP ON THE STATUS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC STRATIFICATION
Chapman’s Advisory Groups evaluate and recommend services, policies and programs for enhancing diversity and inclusion. Each Advisory Group is comprised of students, staff, faculty, administrators and trustees and is open to people of all identities.
Contact: Crystal De La Riva | Staff Co-Chair, Advisory Group on the Status of Socio-economic Stratification | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Ascencio | Student Co-Chair, Advisory Group on the Status of Socio-economic Stratification | email@example.com
Cross-Cultural Engagement offers programs and services that encourage students to explore, celebrate, and share their diverse cultures; further examine and cultivate the multiple aspects of their personal identities; develop an appreciation of and respect for diversity; and hone their skills in cross-cultural leadership and dialogue while creating a welcoming and inclusive campus community.
Contact: Leti Romo, Asst. Director of Student Engagement, Cross-Cultural Engagement | (714) 628-7242 | firstname.lastname@example.org
CCE also offers the following opportunity:
Breaking Ground: Confronting Class serves as a safe environment to discussing basic concepts of class and classism. The presentation increases awareness and understanding of individual, institutional, and cultural manifestations of classism as well as to understand the experiences of people from other class backgrounds. In this training, students will learn about stereotypes and societal impacts of classism as well as the effects in Chapman's campus climate. By the end of this presentation, Participants will be able to identify ways of taking action against classism in everyday life and how to improve Chapman's campus by becoming an ally.
Cross-Cultural Initiatives provides a series of engaging experiences that expose students to multiple viewpoints on a variety of issues, as well as highlight the many different cultures that comprise the Chapman student community.
Contact: Leti Romo | Chair, Cross-Cultural Initiatives | (714) 628-7242 | email@example.com
CERT is an advisory group comprised of faculty, staff, and students devoted to a stronger, more inclusive community at Chapman. CERT works to empower students following potential bias incidents that affect our campus community.
INTERACTIVE CAMPUS MAP (BIKE RACKS, MICROWAVES, LOCKERS)
Bike racks located across campus can be found on the interactive campus map under parking. Microwaves and lockers can be found under the campus amentities.
If you’ve ever had your laptop misplaced, run out of battery, or temporarily broken, don’t panic, because the Student Union now offers Laptops-to-Go! This is a fully automated laptop rental kiosk, designed to get you onto a computer instantly and hassle-free. This service is free to all Chapman students with a valid ID. Just swipe your card, take a laptop, and return I within the 4-hour time limit. There are (6) Dell Latitude laptops and (6) Macbook Pro laptops available to rent. Laptops can be taken anywhere on campus including classrooms and dorms.
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Required Course Materials: Considering Socio-economic Stratification
The handout below is intended to be a guide for faculty to consider the impact that required course materials may have on students who are facing financial challenges.