» Specialized Career Resources for Transfer Students
As a transfer students you may have overlap between being a veteran, or an international student, or a first gen. You are encouraged to search through the additional resources of the other tabs to give you a more well-rounded view of the opportunities and support available to you.
Number one CDC advice for transfer students: Don’t let any opportunities slide! You have worked incredibly hard to get to Chapman University, now take advantage of every opportunity to join an organization, attend events that will advance your career, gain an internship, and volunteer/earn leadership opportunities. Come in to the CDC and speak with a career educator to get you moving in the right direction!
+ - On-Campus Resources
New Transfer Students Academic Advising http://www.chapman.edu/students/academic-resources/advising/new-students/transfer.aspx
First Year Students https://www.chapman.edu/students/new-students/first-year-experience/index.aspx
Assisting you with the transition and provided academic, leadership, and social programming
Studying abroad is possible & you are encouraged to study abroad – but you need to begin planning now.
Diversity & Cultural Clubs on Campus/Spiritual & Religious Organizations http://www.chapman.edu/diversity/resources/clubs-and-organizations.aspx
Chapman celebrates and teaches diversity through academic coursework, events, speakers, student clubs, and workshops.
+ - Additional Online Resources
How to Succeed in College Transfer
Transfer Students site full of useful articles, advice blogs, and scholarship opportunities
Association of American Colleges & Universities https://www.aacu.org/resources/transfer-student-success
Transfer Student Success – National Resources
Choosing the path of a transfer student
President Obama was a transfer student, here are his lessons for you