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We hope you get a chance to visit Chapman and learn more about our University. Below you will find several opportunities for you to tour campus and learn about your area of interest.

To find events or happenings occurring around campus, please visit our main Chapman events calendar.

Tours & Information


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+ - Daily Campus Tours and Information Session

Walking tours are 90-minutes and led by current students. You’ll tour the campus and residence life area to get a better idea of the Chapman experience. Tours are followed by an optional information session. Learn more and sign-up online

Campus Tours and Info Sessions » 

Anyone is welcome to sign up for a campus tour, but the content is geared toward the undergraduate student experience. Several graduate programs offer visit experiences for potential students.

+ - Virtual Campus Tour

If you are unable to make it to campus, you can learn more about facilities and student opportunities on our Virtual Tour

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+ - Dale E. Fowler School of Law Open Houses

Prospective students are encouraged to visit the prestigious Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, tour beautiful Donald P. Kennedy Hall, meet with dedicated professors and observe the dynamics of a first-year class.

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+ - Department of Dance Tours

Department of Dance tours are for prospective students looking to major in dance. Our 30-minute tours include walking through the facilities, as well as speaking with a department representative about the application process and our distinguished programs. As class schedules allow, tours will also be able to observe classes.

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+ - Dodge College of Film & Media Arts Tours

Want to see behind the scenes of the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts? This award-winning school offers in-depth tours of the facilities so you can experience firsthand the dynamic learning environments and cutting edge equipment.

Dodge College of Film & Media Arts Tours »

+ - Escalette Collection of Art Tours

Tours of the Escalette Collection of Art take place on the main campus and must be booked ahead of time. These tours are subject to changes due to volunteer availability, class needs or school events. We offer an outdoor sculpture tour or a painting tour. If you would like to book a personal or group tour, please email us at artcollections@chapman.edu.

Escalette Collection of Art Tours »

+ - The Hilbert Museum of California Art

The Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University focuses on the California Scene painting movement of the 1920s through the 1970s and beyond of everyday life in the Golden State. The collection is a significant repository of 20th-century representational art by California artists. The museum is open to the public, and admission is free.

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+ - Keck Center for Science and Engineering Tours

The Keck Center is home to our Fowler School of Engineering and Schmid College of Science and Technology. Our tours are led by current students. You'll learn about STEM student opportunities while exploring our new 140,000-square-foot facility.

Keck Center for Science and Engineering Tours >>

+ - Musco Center for the Arts

Experience the recently opened Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Center for the Arts. Covering 88,000 breathtaking square feet, this state-of-the-art venue allows students to hone their talents, discover their voices and visions, and prepare for rich and rewarding lives in the arts.

Musco Center for the Arts Tours »

+ - Sala & Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library

The Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library is located on the 4th floor of the Leatherby Libraries. It includes an Oskar Schlinder Archive, which is the world’s most complete collection of primary and secondary source material on Askar and Emilie Schindler. The Library's permanent and rotating exhibits tell of the individual lives affected, or lost, during the Holocaust.

Sala & Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library »