A student run mental health organization focused on changing the conversation about mental health and promoting a positive sense of well-being.
Asian Pacific Student Association (APSA)
An open social justice club with focus on the sharing, appreciate, and raising awareness of Asian and Pacific Islander culture.
Black Student Union (BSU)
The purpose of the Black Student Union is to empower the Black community at Chapman University by providing fundamental support, resources, and information, and by fostering connections with the other communities on campus.
Chapman Feminists (ChapFems)
This is an organization with a passion for social justice and equality! ANYone who believes EVERYone deserves equal rights regardless of sex, gender, age, sexuality, race, color, disability, religion etc. is a feminist. ChapFems want to set out to prove feminism is a relevant, important movement through events, discussion panels, screenings, community outreach, etc.
Chapman Veterans is a recognized Chapman University organization with a diverse membership of Chapman University student veterans and veteran supporters that support American veterans, disabled veterans, combat veterans, and student veterans with the resources and services needed to succeed in higher education and employment.
Chinese Cultural Club (CCC)
The Chinese Culture Club at Chapman University aims to promote and spread awareness of Chinese culture both on and off campus.
Chinese Students Association
Chinese Students Association is a cultural organization which is dedicated to provide a platform to connect Chinese students with the Chapman community. Providing opportunities, fun activities and more for members as well as all Chapman students to enjoy. We aim to help Chinese students to make easier transitions into Chapman community and enhance their experience during their academic career in Chapman University.
Food and Culture Club
Every person, every culture, and every cuisine is unique and incredible in their own way. Recognizing this, the Food and Culture Club have made it our mission to go out and explore one region of the world at a time. We accomplish this by bringing a piece of it to Chapman and by going on food trips to restaurants that represent the region's cuisine. There is only one catch, you need to bring an open mind and an empty stomach.
Hispanic Student Organization
Hispanic Student Organization facilitates activities such as fundraisers, holiday celebrations, outings, and networking events in which every student could learn about Latin American culture and have a great time.
I AM THAT GIRL (IATG)
A nonprofit organization helping women and men discover their innate worth while learning to love themselves and their natural beauty. The goal of I AM THAT GIRL: Chapman is to build a tangible community, inspire conversation, encourage self-confidence, and create healthy media.
International Students Association
Our mission is to foster new relationships between the international students community and the American students. Moreover, ISA will provide an environment for all international students to share about their cultures and meet others from their homeland.
A group for those interested in learning more about Japanese language and culture. Our primary goals are to add a extracurricular and social component to students in the Japanese department as well as make the culture and language available to the greater student body.
Korean Student Association (KSA)
The purpose or mission of KSA is to heighten the cultural awareness of Korean culture at Chapman University, provide educational and social opportunities for students to be engaged with Korean culture and history, and network with other Southern California Korean Student Associations on other campuses.
Latin American Filmmakers Association
The purpose or mission of the club will be to empower the abilities of Latin American students to create films that reflect their view points in a cinematic way. Through this association, the students will be able to better show their cultural differences and appreciations by the creation of films.
Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztln (M.E.Ch.A. de Chapman)
M.E.Ch.A. strives for educational, cultural, economical, political, and social empowerment within the Chican@ community in order to liberate nuestra gente, and undertakes the responsibility of retaining identity and furthering cultural awareness. M.E.Ch.A also uplifts and mobilizes Chican@s through higher education and implement plans of action concerning Chican@s, while also advocating for other social justice issues that are impacting the Chapman community, nation, or elsewhere.
Nikkei Student Union
The main purpose of the club is to create a place for the Japanese American community at Chapman to gather and share experiences. It will help international students from Japan transition into the Chapman community, connect with their own Japanese background by learning about Japanese culture and language, and will promote international career opportunities by creating a network for students.
Pua'ikeana is Chapman University's Hawai'i Club. It is our goal to add to the cultural diversity at Chapman by sharing the Hawaiian culture with the community, and through service, perpetuate and embody the "Aloha Spirit."
Queer Student Alliance (QSA)
This organization provides a safe and welcoming space for anyone who identifies as an ally or identifies with the LGBTQQIA community. Through social, educational, political, and community serving programming, QSA is here to support you.
Queer and Trans People of Color Collective
The Queer and Trans Persons of Color Collective serves to create a safe space for students who identify as non-white queer and/or transgender people, advocate for issues that queer people of color face, promote an understanding of intersectionality, create a platform for action, and engage the larger campus in awareness of queer, transgender, and race issues. Together we can gather to understand the issues that queer and trans persons of color face as we engage politics, history, art, and dialogue. All allies welcome.
Taiwanese American Student Association
The purpose of TASA is to promote cultural awareness and appreciation related to Taiwanese/American identities through social gatherings and/or educational programs. The TASA at Chapman shall serve as the Chapman University branch of the Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Student Association (ITASA).
The purpose of the club is to spread awareness of cognitive diversity. We would like to create a safe place on campus for students with dyslexia (and other cognitive pecuiliarities) to learn tools and techniques for in and outside of the classroom that will enable them to be successful as individuals. The club will also start a mentoring program for students in elementary school with dyslexia.
Vietnamese Student Association
Chapman's Vietnamese Student Association is a social club bringing people together in celebrating Vietnamese and Vietnamese-American heritage, culture, and people. Open to any in the Chapman community, we strive to create a welcoming space where students can find and form authentic and lasting connections, contribute to the greater community at Chapman and Orange County, and find pride in their unique cultural experiences.