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Check out the action-packed schedule of events to find out what's in store for The Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration October 11 - 13, 2018

Pre-Registration for the Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration has closed.

But you can still get in on the Chapman Family Fun!
On-site Registration will be in the Roszak Lobby, First Floor Beckman Hall on
Friday, October 12 from 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 13 from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
We look forward to seeing you there!

+ - Thursday, October 11, 2018

5 - 7 p.m.

Dedication and Grand Opening of the Keck Center for Science and Engineering
Sodaro Archway, Keck Center for Science and Engineering
It’s finally here: the 140,000-square-foot Keck Center for Science and Engineering is open for business! Join the Chapman Family as we celebrate this transformational moment in our University’s history. A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place at 5 p.m. followed by an Open House of this fantastic facility until 7 p.m.

+ - Friday, October 12, 2018

1 - 2 p.m.
School of Communication Alumni Panel
SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Conference Suite, Argyros Forum, Room 209C
Curious about what you can do with a degree in communication or how to make the best of your time at Chapman? Join us for an alumni panel and hear School of Communication alumni talk about their careers in a variety of industries and how their time at Chapman helped get them there. 

3 – 7 p.m.
Homecoming Registration and Check–In
Roszak Lobby, First Floor Beckman Hall
Pick up your event schedule, tickets, maps and more to kick off the weekend.

4 - 7 p.m.
Keck Center for Science and Engineering Open House
Arnold and Mabel Beckman Lobby, First Floor, Keck Center for Science and Engineering
Come see and tour the new Keck Center and witness science on display! Self-guided tour books will help you and your friends explore all that the Keck Center has to offer the Chapman Family as you walk the three floors of this amazing new space for learning at the university.

5:30 - 6:45 p.m.
The Class of 1968 and 50-Year Club Huddle
Teaching and Learning Lab, Reeves Hall, Room 1
The Class of 1968 and 50-Year Club Members are gathering for light refreshments, appetizers, and “pre-event gab” prior to the 7 p.m. Distinguished Alumni Awards.

6 p.m.
Shabbat Dinner and Service
Wallace All Faiths Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center
Come and experience a Shabbat service and complimentary kosher dinner provided by the non-denominational Chapman Hillel. Everyone is welcome, especially those who are attending their first Shabbat.

7 p.m.
Distinguished Alumni Awards
Bert C. Williams Mall
We’re proud to honor Chapman University alumni who are making significant contributions to businesses, organizations and communities. Join us for an evening of mixing, mingling and merriment featuring hosted wine and beer (plus a signature cocktail), food stations and entertainment throughout the evening. Learn more »

7 – 9 p.m.
Leo Freedman Foundation First Cut Screening
Folino Theater, Marion Knott Studios, Room 106
This annual event in Dodge College of Film and Media Arts presents the top student films from the previous year as determined by a panel of distinguished alumni and industry representatives. Films screening at this event are made possible in part through a grant awarded by the Leo Freedman Foundation. Parking is available in the Marion Knott Studios Lot or the adjacent West Campus Parking Structure.

7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Chapman Orchestra and Chapman University Wind Symphony Concert
Julianne Argyros Orchestra Hall, Musco Center for the Arts
Enjoy the musical stylings of Chapman's own orchestra and wind symphony in the spectacular Musco Center for the Arts. Note: tickets must be purchased separately and may be purchased here

8 p.m.
UPB’S Panther Nights
Student Union Ballroom, Argyros Forum, Room 119
Students: don’t miss this fun-filled evening, hosted by the University Program Board.


Athletic Events

5 p.m.
Women’s Soccer vs. UC Santa Cruz
Ernie Chapman Stadium
The Panthers take on the Banana Slugs in the first game of our double-header. This non-conference game is free and open to all.

7 p.m.
Women’s Volleyball vs. Cal Tech
Hutton Sports Center
The Chapman Panthers take on the Cal Tech Beavers in this conference match. Admission is free.

7:30 p.m.
Men’s Soccer vs. UC Santa Cruz
Ernie Chapman Stadium
The Panthers and the Banana Slugs meet again, this time with the men’s team taking the field. This non-conference game is free and open to all.

+ - Saturday, October 13, 2018

8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Homecoming Registration and Check–In
Roszak Lobby, First Floor Beckman Hall
Pick up your event schedule, tickets, maps and more.

9 - 10 a.m.
Grab & Go...or Grab & Gab Breakfast
Attallah Piazza
As you're kicking off your big day at Homecoming, please join us for light pastries, coffee, tea, orange juice and maybe some catch-up time with fellow Panthers.  Your name tag (picked up at Check-In) is your ticket for this light breakfast.

10 – 11 a.m. 
Faculty Master Classes
Get back into the classroom with Chapman’s world-renowned professors as they share their expertise and insight across a broad array of topics.

Forensic Science in the Courtroom
Mario Mainero, JD, Fowler School of Law
Aitken Trial Courtroom, Kennedy Hall, Room 255
Delve into the nature of hearsay, from the trial of Sir Walter Raleigh in 1603 to the present, and then discuss evolving issues in one aspect of hearsay: the use of scientific tests in cases involving alcohol, drugs, and DNA. Should the scientists who conduct forensic tests have to testify? Or are their reports good enough?

The Science and Engineering of the 2018 Nobel Prizes
Dean Andrew Lyon, Ph.D., Schmid College of Science and Technology
McCardle Steps, First Floor Keck Center for Science and Engineering
Typically, we find that the work behind a Nobel Prize occurs at the dynamic interface of creativity, science, and engineering, with each step forward in one domain leading to tremendous momentum in the others. Dean Lyon will dig into those intersections in an attempt to dissect these transformative advances into the smaller components that made it all possible.

Movie Advertising and the Importance of Opening Weekend
Jim Frederick, Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
Durant Tiered Classroom, Marion Knott Studios, Room 132
Did you go to an actual movie theatre this weekend? Did you actually pay $15 for the experience?! Let's talk about how hard it is to convince consumers to do likewise.

What the $!@% is Creative and Cultural Industries?
Dean Patrick Fuery, Ph.D., Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Harry and Diane Rinker Classroom, Doti Hall, Room 003
The 21st century has witnessed a profound shift in the way we view the world and ourselves in it. A key part of this shift is the rise of ‘The Creatives’ – individuals, institutions, cities and regions that engage in issues and ideas from a distinctive and unique perspective. Dean Fuery will show how the discipline of Creative and Cultural Industries looks at the vast array of cultural and creative activities from a local to global perspective.
Do Concussions Impact our Ability to Learn?
Mary Kennedy, Ph.D., Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences
Allred Classroom, Beckman Hall, Room 106
Concussions are a common occurrence these days.  If you get a concussion, does it automatically mean you'll have trouble with thinking, learning and communicating?  Come find out what the statistics tell us, and learn about what can be done to help those with lasting concussion symptoms.
Social Media for Good
Sophie Janicke-Bowles, Ph.D., School of Communication
Pralle Lecture Hall, Beckman Hall, Room 104
Is social media the root of all evil in today’s society? Find out why or why not, and get some practical tips for using social media platforms in ways that foster connection and well-being.
The Spread of Resistant Superbugs: The End of the Antibiotics Era?
Enrique Seoane-Vazquez, Ph.D., School of Pharmacy
West Classroom, Beckman Hall, Room 213
The introduction of antibiotics in clinical practice represented one of the most important advances in medicine, allowing for the expansion of interventional medicine. Today, antibiotic resistance threatens to undermine the health gains derived from these wonder drugs and is considered as one of the most important threats to public health worldwide.

Reinventing K-12 Education in the 21st Century
Dean Margaret Grogan, Ph.D., Attallah College of Educational Studies
Kathleen Muth Reading Center, Reeves Hall, Room 3
Education needs a new generation of professionals (teachers, counselors, leaders, researchers, and community agencies) who are dedicated to changing the status quo and ensuring all students have the opportunity to learn. Explore the kinds of changes we need in K-12 education for meaningful and purposeful innovation.

The Future of Real Estate Education at Chapman University
Dean Tom Turk, Ph.D., Argyros School of Business and Economics
Rinker Classroom, Beckman Hall, Room 107
Get a glimpse into the Division of Real Estate of the Hoag Center for Real Estate and Finance, coming soon to the Argyros School of Business and Economics. Dean Tom Turk and his colleagues will highlight current programming and share their vision for the future of real estate education at the Argyros School.

10 – 11 a.m.
Parent Perspectives: Staying On Course
Lyon Conference Center, Second Floor, Argyros Forum
Get insight from parents who have been in your shoes and learn what the upcoming year has in store for your student and your family. Attend the session for your student’s current class year: each year holds something new for students and our panel of Chapman parents is here to lend some advice and help guide you through your student’s Chapman journey.

10 – 11:30 a.m.
College of Performing Arts Facilities Tour
Tours begin at Moulton Hall
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the facilities for the College of Performing Arts! The tour will include Moulton Hall, Waltmar Theatre, Bertea Hall, Oliphant Hall, the Entertainment Technology Center and the Partridge Dance Center.

10 – 1 p.m.
Italian Studies Retreat
Kennedy Hall, Room 237
Italian Studies alumni and current students are invited to enjoy presentations, workshops and social activities. This is an excellent opportunity for students to get to know Italian Studies professors, classmates and alumni, get insight on degree requirements and course offerings, and learn more about internships and study abroad programs. Note: this event is exclusively for Italian Studies alumni, current students, faculty and staff.

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Keck Center for Science and Engineering Open House
Arnold and Mabel Beckman Lobby, First Floor, Keck Center for Science and Engineering
Come see and tour the new Keck Center and witness science on display! Start exploring by checking in at the Beckman Lobby on first floor of the Keck Center, across from Argyros Forum.

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
California’s Gold Exhibit and Huell Howser Archives
Lower Level, Leatherby Libraries
The joy that the late TV legend Huell Howser shared with generations of Californians infuses a permanent exhibit sponsored by the Automobile Club of Southern California. The exhibit includes images, texts and artifacts that depict Howser’s career and legacy in California.

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Center for American War Letters Archive
Lower Level, Leatherby Libraries
Visit this unique and extensive manuscript collection of previously unpublished war letters from every American conflict, beginning with handwritten missives composed during the Revolutionary War and continuing up to emails sent from Iraq and Afghanistan.

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Union Fit's Special Yoga Class
Student Union Ballroom, Argyros Forum, Room 119
Re-energize and find your flow in Union Fit's special Homecoming Yoga class.  Classes are open to all parents, students and alumni!  Treat yourself to delicious yogurt parfaits at the end of your class!  Space is limited to 60.

 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Keck Center Art Tour
Arnold and Mabel Beckman Lobby, First Floor, Keck Center for Science and Engineering
Join Art Collections staff for a special tour of the Keck Center’s art installations and discover the intersection of science and art. Explore artwork specially commissioned for the Keck Center, as well as pieces from Chapman’s Escalette Permanent Collection of Art chosen for this new site.

11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Hilbert Museum of California Art Tour
Hilbert Museum of California Art (167 N. Atchison St.)
Led by Director Mary Platt
Enjoy a guided tour of the museum’s permanent collection and its current exhibitions, including “Magical Visions: The Enchanted Worlds of Disney Legend Eyvind Earle,” “The Star Wars Art of Robert Bailey,” and “Scenic View Ahead: The Automobile Club of Southern California’s Westways Cover Art Collection.” Catch a shuttle at Schmid Gate to take you to the museum, if you'd like!  If tours are filled, you can still browse the Hilbert Museum on your own -- it's open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

11 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Complexions Contemporary Ballet Company Rehearsal
Partridge Dance Studio, Studio 107 (190 N. Cypress St.)
The world-famous Complexions Contemporary Ballet Company holds an open rehearsal with the full company for Chapman Alumni, students and guests.  See some of the best dancers in the world up close and personal as they rehearse excerpts from Dwight Rhoden's celebrated work "Bach 25" and "Star Dust: a ballet tribute to David Bowie".  Join us as Mr. Rhoden coaches his remarkable dancers and explains the behind-the-scenes process of his work.  Seating is limited for this very exclusive event; reserve your spot through Homecoming registration.

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
50-Year Club Luncheon
Bush Conference Center, Beckman Hall, Room 404
Though decades have passed since their graduation, the Chapman spirit burns brightly within members of our 50-Year Club. This year, we’re inducting the Class of 1968 in celebration of their 50-year reunion.

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Special Master Class - President Emeritus Jim Doti, Ph.D. presents: "How Research is Used in the Classroom - A Case Study in Econometrics"
Pralle Lecture Hall, Beckman Hall, Room 104
Be one of the lucky ones to sit in the classroom with Chapman's President Emeritus and current Economics professor Dr. Doti as he shares how research can be used to enliven the classroom experience.  Specifically, his course in econometrics was used to investigate why housing prices are so high in Orange County.  It will also show how one goes from theory to actual empirical testing in the classroom.  Seating is limited, so be sure to register early!

11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Chapman Family Picnic: Red, White and Blue Salute to Our Hometown Heroes
Bert C. Williams Mall
Enjoy an afternoon of fun for the whole family including life-sized lawn games, build-your-own “hero” sandwiches, salads, sides and frozen treats as we recognize and thank our Hometown Heroes: veterans, active-duty military and first responders.

12 - 1 p.m.
Union Fit's Special Zumba Class
Student Union Ballroom, Argyros Forum, Room 119
Re-energize and find your flow in Union Fit's special Homecoming Zumba class.  Classes are open to all parents, students and alumni!  Treat yourself to delicious yogurt parfaits at the end of your class!  Space is limited to 60.

12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Estate Planning 101
Lyon Conference Center, Argyros Forum, Room 206
Whether you have a plan in place or want to learn for the future, this is your chance to get insight about the core documents needed in a properly planned estate as well as review common estate planning mistakes.

12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Reeves Hall Learning Labs Showcase
Teaching and Learning Lab, Reeves Hall, Room 1
Visit the newly renovated historic Reeves Hall for a demonstration of Chapman’s new learning labs, where Attallah College of Educational Studies faculty and staff will showcase innovative technology for the 21st century classroom.

12:30 – 4 p.m.
Leatherby Libraries Open House
Leatherby Libraries
Enjoy a self-guided tour of the arts and displays of the Leatherby Libraries. Meet staff and librarians, and learn more about the many programs, awards, benefits and services offered to Chapman University graduate and undergraduate students, alumni, faculty and community members.

1 – 3 p.m.
Alumni Association Past Presidents’ Advisory Council Social
Town & Gown Conference Room, Beckman Hall, Room 401
Past presidents of the Chapman University Alumni Association from across the decades are invited to a social gathering to share memories and discuss their vision for the future of the Alumni Association.

2 – 3 p.m.
Faculty Master Classes
Get back into the classroom with Chapman’s world-renowned professors as they share their expertise and insight across a broad array of topics.

Film Scores: The Power Behind the Picture
Dan Pavelin, Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
M. Douglas Film Studies Theater, Marion Knott Studios, Room 111
Film scores are far more than just background music. Get insider insight into musical strategies film scores use to enhance mood, plot, setting, characterization and more.

10 Things Everyone Should Know About Medication
Kathleen Hill-Besinque, Pharm.D., School of Pharmacy
Elliott Classroom, Beckman Hall, Room 209
When was the last time you checked your medicine cabinet? Get the scoop about the best ways to use medication and learn how to avoid medication-related problems.

Vietnam’s Long Legacy: Withdrawing from a War Not Won
Greg Daddis, Ph,D., Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Lyon Conference Center, Argyros Forum, Room 211 
Fifty years on, the war in Vietnam continues to elicit strong debate among Americans. Was it necessary? Who was most responsible for its outcome? This master class delves into America’s final years in Vietnam and tackles some of these deeply contested issues while offering important historical perspective.  Dr. Daddis served as the Chief of the American History Division in the Department of History at the United States Military Academy at West Point and is a retired US Army colonel who served in both Operations Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom. Dr. Daddis specializes in the history of the Vietnam Wars and the Cold War era.

Act Naturally: How Performance Techniques Taught Me to Be Myself
Michael Nehring, College of Performing Arts
Moulton Hall, Room MC 212
Find out how decades of studying performance techniques can impact one’s approach to relationships. Our faculty expert offers simple breathing exercises and fun performance techniques that can help you be more relaxed and present in your relationships.

Happiness and Health
Julia Boehm, Ph.D., Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences
Haney Amphitheater, Lyon Conference Center, Argyros Forum, Room 202
Do happy and optimistic people have better health and live longer than less happy and optimistic people? Get insight on recent findings from the field of psychology that help answer this question.

The Briefcase, the Bottle and the Trunk: Encountering the Holocaust through Material Culture
Marilyn Harran, Ph.D., Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education
Lyon Conference Center, Argyros Forum, Room 207 
Often we think of history in terms of events and people, but material culture offers us another vantage point from which to view history, illuminating relationships among people, events, and places and leading to new questions and discoveries.  Dr. Harran is professor of history and religious studies and the founding director of the Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education and the Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library at Chapman University where she teaches courses on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust.

Designing for Diversity
LouAnne Boyd, Ph.D., Schmid College of Science and Technology
McCardle Steps, First Floor Keck Center for Science and Engineering 
Human-centered computing has become a popular approach to designing technology. By focusing on factors such as usability, learnability, and the user’s overall experience, designers can ensure the success of their products. Join our expert to learn about some of the ways that designing for diversity improves access and outcomes for all.

Mathematics as Play
Cathery Yeh, Ph.D., Attallah College of Educational Studies
Kathleen Muth Reading Center, Reeves Hall, Room 3
Mathematics is often valued for its ability to describe the world in beautiful ways. However, mathematics in practice often falls short of these ideals. Come engage in mathematical play and consider how the innate ways we see and engage in mathematics can be channeled to not only cultivate mathematical knowledge but also build perseverance, community, and joy.

Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll
Mary Gutierrez, Pharm.D., School of Pharmacy
Kennedy Classroom, Beckman Hall, Room 105
Explore the intersection of human sexuality and pharmaceutical science, and get an overview of the four components necessary for good sexual function, prevalent sexual dysfunctions, and common drugs and medical conditions that impact sexual function.

2 – 3 p.m.
Charitable Giving with the New Tax Laws
Lyon Conference Center, Argyros Forum, Room 206
If the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has you scratching your head about how to maximize charitable deductions in 2018 and beyond, join us for this educational session and get insight from David Moore, assistant vice president for Legacy Planning, about strategies for continuing your support of nonprofit organizations.

2 – 3 p.m.
Hilbert Museum of California Art Tour
Hilbert Museum of California Art (167 N. Atchison St.)
Led by Director Mary Platt
Enjoy a guided tour of the museum’s permanent collection and its current exhibitions, including “Magical Visions: The Enchanted Worlds of Disney Legend Eyvind Earle,” “The Star Wars Art of Robert Bailey,” and “Scenic View Ahead: The Automobile Club of Southern California’s Westways Cover Art Collection.” Catch a shuttle at Schmid Gate to take you to the museum, if you'd like!  If tours are filled, you can still browse the HIlbert Museum on your own -- it's open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

2 – 5 p.m.
Class of 1968 Social
Elliott Alumni House
It’s been 50 Years since graduation.  Isn’t it time you got caught up?  Reminisce, laugh, share photos and memories of such an impactful year.  Vietnam, the Cold War, civil rights, human rights, youth culture and of course, Chapman in the 60’s.  You have much to talk about!  Enjoy light snacks and drinks with old and new friends. 

3 – 4 p.m.
Remembering War in Southern California
Henley Galleria, Lyon Conference Center, Second Floor, Argyros Forum
Take a tour of this war memorialization exhibit, presented by M.A. in War and Society students in coordination with the Chapman University Director of Arts Collections, and explore research developed from memorials across Southern California honoring a wide range of conflicts.

3 – 4 p.m.
Interfaith Interfananza
Fish Interfaith Center
Sponsored by the Dean of the Chapel and the Interfaith Council.
Join Chapman’s spiritual organizations to experience a labyrinth walk, a meditation or mindful coloring. Take a guided tour of the Fish Interfaith Center and its artwork.

3 – 4 p.m.
“A Golden State of Mind” Screening
Huell Howser Archives, Lower Level, Leatherby Libraries
Check out a special screening of this documentary about Huell Howser's life and career.

3 – 5 p.m.
Musco Center for the Arts Tours
Musco Center for the Arts
Explore this spectacular venue and learn about its architecture and technology on a quick guided tour, beginning at the Global Citizens Plaza, continuing inside the theatre and concluding at the lobby doors.

4 - 6 p.m.
Argyros School of Business and Economics Alumni Reception
Lineberger Loggia Terrace, Third Floor, Argyros Forum
Welcome back home ASBE Alumni! Please join us for a hosted reception with Dean Tom Turk.  

 

4 – 6:30 p.m.
9th Annual Chili Cook-Off
Presented by Chapman University Alumni Association
Aitken Arts Plaza, Musco Center for the Arts
It’s back and better than ever! Don’t miss this beloved Chapman tradition, featuring a record number of teams cooking up the best chili in Orange. The competition is fierce as teams battle to take home the highly-coveted awards. Enjoy sampling unique chilis, visiting with friends, and hanging out on the beautiful Bette and Wylie Aitken Arts Plaza.

College Tailgate Zone
While you're enjoying your chili, explore our College Tailgate, which features a hub of free activities, games, prizes, and fun for all ages, showcasing programs, services, and colleges from across the campus.

Food Trucks
Tummy still rumbling? Feast on fare from a selection of our favorite food trucks right here on campus from 4 – 8 p.m.

4 –6:30 p.m.
Student End Zone Party
Performers Court, Musco Center for the Arts
Heads up, students! Looking to grab a bite and have some fun before the football game? Head to the Student End Zone Party, hosted by UPB, to pump up your Panther Pride with music, food, face-painting, giveaways and more.

4:30 – 7 p.m.
Fish Interfaith Docent Reunion
The Fashionables Courtyard, Fish Interfaith Center
Stroll down memory lane with previous docents and staff of the Fish Interfaith Center from across the years, and enjoy an evening of food, friends and FIC-inspired games.

6 - 8 p.m.
First-Gen Family Social
The Fashionables Terrace, Leatherby Libraries, Room 403 
Promising Futures Program is a campus community for students who are the first in their family to attend (and graduate from) college. First-generation alumni, students, and families are invited to mix and mingle with fellow first-gens while enjoying some food, fun, and Chapman spirit!

6:30 – 10 p.m.
Panther Pub Party: Growls, Grub and Good Times
Women of Chapman Gallery, Third Floor, Keck Center for Science and Engineering
Calling all alumni! Want the best seats in the house to watch the Homecoming football game? Head to the third floor of the Keck Center for this exclusive alumni party loaded with food and fun, including a hosted beer and wine bar. Be sure to register online - ticket prices go up at the door.

Heads up, Classes of 2008 and 2013! In celebration of your milestone 10- and 5-year reunions, your ticket to the Panther Pub Party will also include a bonus Chili Lover’s Package, which includes a free drink ticket for beer or wine and five chili tastings for the 9th Annual Chapman Chili Cook-Off.

7 p.m.
Homecoming Football Game vs. Occidental College
Ernie Chapman Stadium
It wouldn’t be Homecoming without the big game! It’s a battle of the big cats as our Chapman Panthers take on the Occidental Tigers.

Please note: tickets for the football game must be purchased through the athletics department. A ticket guarantees entrance to the stadium but does not guarantee a seat on the home side. A wristband will also be needed to enter on the home side.  Wristbands will be available starting at 5 p.m. on game day at the entrance of the stadium. Quantities are limited.  An endzone (standing) section is available as well as the home side stadium seating.

7 – 10 p.m.
Beyond the End Zone 
Panther Plaza 
Can't get tickets to the game? Or are you looking for a more casual atmosphere where you can enjoy beer and wine while you watch? Head to Panther Plaza - right outside the End Zone - where we’re live-streaming the football game on the NEW Wilsontron!  We'll have limited seating, but bring your own lawn chairs if you'd like, relax on the lawn and enjoy the end of Homecoming with your friends.

Calling All Chili Chefs!

Got a great recipe for chili? We're looking for teams to participate in the 9th Annual Chili Cook-Off!

To learn more about entering a team in the Chili Cook-Off, contact Deanna Blanchet '12

Join our Team of Volunteers!

It takes an army of volunteers to put on this fun-filled event! Would you like to join us? We would certainly appreciate your help!

 

Class of 1968 Reunion and Induction into the 50-Year Club

Hello "First Year of the Baby Boomers!" Please join us as we celebrate our 50-Year Reunion and formally get inducted at the 50-Year Club Luncheon. For more detailed information and FAQs click here.

Click here to help Student Scholarships through the Chapman Fund in honor of the Class of 1968!

Contact Us

For alumni inquiries:

Office of Alumni Engagement
(714) 997-6681
alumni@chapman.edu 

For parent and family inquiries:

Office of Parent Engagement
(714) 997-6558
parents@chapman.edu 

For general inquiries:

homecoming@chapman.edu