The Dean of Students Office, as with all concerns, serves as a resource for students by assisting in matters that impact the learning of all students.
DeAnn Yocum Gaffney | Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Associate Dean of Students | (714) 997-6721 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Argyros Forum 101
To view a list of accessible entrances at Chapman, click "Accessibility" on the campus interactive map.
Chapman University encourages students of all identities to partake in study abroad. Visit the Center for Global Education’s Diversity, Access, & Identity student resource webpage and scroll down to the Students with Disabilities section. You will find information to that supports students with disabilities in going abroad. If you have a learning or physical disability, the Center for Global Education can help you find a program that will best fit your needs.
Contact: Jodi Hicks | Assistant Director of Overseas Programs | (714) 997-6629 | email@example.com
The Chapman Diversity Project, sponsored by the Office of the Provost, endeavors to bring students, staff, faculty, administrators and trustees together for meaningful dialogue focused on developing strategic priorities and recommendations for diversity and inclusion at Chapman.
ADVISORY GROUP ON THE STATUS OF DISABILITIES AND ACCESSIBILITY
Chapman’s Advisory Groups evaluate and recommend services, policies and programs for enhancing diversity and inclusion. Each Advisory Group is comprised of students, staff, faculty, administrators and trustees and is open to people of all identities.
The mission of the Cross-Cultural Center has always been about student learning. Specifically, our work is guided by the following Student Affairs Learning Outcome: A Value and Respect for Differences - students will learn to recognize, respect, and value diverse experiences, ideas, backgrounds, and identities.
Contact: Argyros Forum 304 | (714) 997-6735 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Official Hours: Monday- Friday 7 a.m.-midnight; Saturday- Sunday 8 a.m.-midnight
CERT is an advisory group comprised of faculty, staff, and students devoted to a stronger, more inclusive community at Chapman. CERT works to empower students following potential bias incidents that affect our campus community.
The Diversity Affairs Committee addresses issues of diversity and equity affecting the campus. The committee actively seeks the concerns of underrepresented groups on campus and challenges itself to solve those issues. If you have an issue involving an underrepresented group on campus, please contact the Diversity Affairs Chair.
The Disability Services Office is designed to help students who have average or above average potential for learning and who exhibit significant difficulties due to a disability. We will support students to understand his/her limited abilities and compensate for them with ADA accommodations and alternative resources as well. Here at Chapman, we want to prepare students for the future by practicing self-advocacy. We will help guide the student on that journey by utilizing all available resources.
Contact: Ana Ochoa | Counseling & Disability Services Coordinator | (714) 516-4520 |email@example.com |410 N. Glassell Street (House between Public Safety & Student Health
Under the auspices of Chapman University’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program, the Center operates as a non-profit clinic for individuals, couples, families, and children. The dual mission of the Center is to provide high quality and affordable mental health services to the local community and to provide an excellent training and research environment to the graduate students in the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program at Chapman University.
Contact: (714) 997-6746
Chapman University is committed to providing an environment which is free of any form of harassment and discrimination. You can report any instances of harassment and/or discrimination to the Equal Opportunity and Diversity Officer. The Equal Opportunity and Diversity Officer is also the ADA/504 Compliance Officer responsible for ensuring that policies and procedures developed by the campus comply with federal, state and University requirements
Contact: Misha Martinez | Equal Opportunity and Diversity Officer, Human Resources | (714) 997-6847 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Leatherby Libraries are committed to providing access to library services for all patrons in the Chapman community. The Library provides access to research materials and services through reasonable accommodations such as readily accessible adaptive technology and software, special equipment and personal assistance. The information on this Patrons with Disabilities Portal website is provided to help users with disabilities make the most efficient use of library facilities, materials and services.
Student Psychological Counseling Services (SPCS) provides psychotherapy to students at Chapman University and is staffed with licensed and professional psychologists, counselors and counselor interns.
Student Psychological Counseling Services will be offering the following group sessions this fall:
Contact: Andrea Killian | Counseling & Disability Services Coordinator | (714) 516-4520 | email@example.com |410 N. Glassell Street (House between Public Safety & Student Health)
The Thompson Policy Institute (TPI) on Disability and Autism is a new think tank that will gather data and develop its own independent research to study and, when appropriate, advocate on topics surrounding the issues of disability and autism. The Institute’s aim will be to educate policymakers and decision-makers on these topics toward improving the quality of lives of children and adults with disabilities and their families.