» Latino Staff & Faculty Forum

The Chapman Latino Staff & Faculty Forum was developed in Fall 2015 by Maria Contreras, Associate Director of Admissions Systems and Operations, and Rueben Martinez, Presidential Fellow in the College of Educational Studies. The Chapman Latino Staff and Faculty forum aims to provide support to Latino students, staff and faculty by developing connections and building a bridge between students, parents, alumni, community organizations and the Chapman community.

+ - Latino Staff and Faculty Forum Mission Statement

  • Embracing the Latino Identity
  • Celebrating, inspiring, educating and supporting diversity throughout Chapman University
  • Engaging the Chapman family to challenge stereo types and embracing inclusivity
  • Staff and Faculty guiding and assisting in the success of our whole student body.

+ - Spring 2016 Meetings

El Latido del Corazon Mexicano, The Heartbeat of Mexico

Tickets are now available for purchase for El Latido del Corazon Mexicano at muscocenter.org. This event will feature two of Southern California’s most acclaimed mariachi groups: Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano, with dancers from Folklor Pasion Mexicana, and Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles, with dancers from DanzArts – Sabor Mexico Dance Company.

Reserved Tickers for 6:00 p.m. are $20-35. A student discount of $10 off any level is available with ID.

Free activities will also be hosted on the Plaza from 1:00 p.m.-5:00

Meet the Latino Staff and Faculty Forum

On April 21, 2016 the Latino Staff and Faculty Forum hosted two Chapman alumni, Ernesto Sandoval, L.A. County Probation Supervisor and Chaffey College Professor, and Adam Martinez, music composer and After School Youth Supervisor. This event was open to students.