» Programs with Minor Participants

The university is committed to promoting the safety and well-being of students and others who are an element of University programs. To accomplish this objective the university has developed policies and procedures to describe requirements placed on administrators, faculty, staff, students, volunteers and others working with minors—to promote their protection, to fulfill our obligations as mandated by law and to provide the best possible experience for any child visiting our campuses or in university-related programs. From the below link(s) members of the university community can access those policies and procedures.

These procedures require registration of your program(s) on the Chapman University Registry of Programs Involving Minors. New programs as well as repeat programs, both on and off-campus must be reported. Within this form you will identify the various staff and volunteers who will be servicing the program. This online registration form will provide information necessary to assist you in your activities and/or programs that involve interaction with minors. Our goal is to assist you in the development and management of programs that provide a successful experience for all parties and help the University to comply with state and federal legislation related to this age group of individuals. 

Risk Management Protocol for Programs Involving Minors

View the Chapman University Registry of Programs Involving Minors

The online training course on Protecting Children from Sexual Misconduct, is available on LearnUpon, the risk management training system. To register for this course, please fill out the online training request form. You can register up to 6 learners per request. If you need to request registration for more than 12 learners email risk@chapman.edu with the names of the learners and their full Chapman University email.