The Information & Systems Technology department provides the services and support to faculty & staff for computing, network, telecom and media services. Among the services supported are Chapman email, network logon, wireless access on campus, media services for classes and special events, telephone equipment and voicemail, computers and computer security, as well as access and programming support of university software and applications.
For assistance related to your computer, network issues, logon or password help, email, or software applications, contact firstname.lastname@example.org by email or call 714-997-6600.
Faculty and staff use Microsoft Exchange mail and Webmail for email on campus. It can be access through Outlook or over the web. Learn more about email.
Chapman University has wired and wireless networking capabilties in most areas on campus. This free service allows students, staff, and faculty and campus guests to move around campus while maintaining an Internet connection.
Remote connection over VPN
While traveling or working from home or another office location, you can remotely connect into the Chapman network over our Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Blackboard is a web-based course management system that supports student and faculty communication by allowing the posting and sharing of documents, external links to web resources, and class discussion boards along with other helpful communication tools. Learn more about logging into Blackboard.
my.chapman.edu is a web interface that allows you to access information from Chapman University's administrative database. It has a Student Center, Faculty Center and Advisor Center. Its function is to provide students direct web access to portions of their academic and financial records, as well as the ability to register via the web. The faculty component provides class rosters, grading,etc. Learn more on the Registrar's website.
MyWindow is a secured, intranet or portal where you can view news and announcements specific to you and your role in the university, and interface with other campus-wide online applications.