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Chapman celebrates and teaches diversity through academic coursework, events, speakers, student clubs, and workshops. Chapman University is committed to fostering learning and working environments that encourage and embrace diversity, multiple perspectives, and the free exchange of ideas as important measures to advance educational and social benefits. Below you can explore the academic programs, courses, and resources related to diversity, inclusion, identity and culture.

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.

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