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Student Service Departments

Career and Professional Development personalized career coaching and preparation

Cross-Cultural Center to be used by all Chapman students in order to gain greater insights into their own identity, develop a stronger sense of empathy for others' identities, and use their learning to help create a more positive and inclusive Chapman community.

Disability Services approves and coordinates accommodations and services for students with disabilities

Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) provides support for all of Chapman University's technology needs.

Public Safety provides a variety of law enforcement and related services as well as ongoing programs in safety

Student Business Services is responsible for student billing and providing support and advice to students to help them understand their student account.

Student Health Center: health care services from professionally licensed nurses, nurse practitioners and physicians. See the student health requirements and glossary of insurance terms.

Student Employment Also see employment information for international students

Student Psychological Counseling Services provides brief counseling and psychotherapy to students

Tutoring, Learning & Testing Center offers a variety of tutoring and testing services designed to assist students


Student Life on Campus

Chapman Diversity Project brings students, staff, faculty, administrators, alumni, community members, and trustees together for meaningful dialogue focused on developing strategic priorities and recommendations for diversity and inclusion at Chapman.

Dean of Students: To be a successful student, it is important, to do more than study! Meeting new people, exploring Southern California, staying healthy and active, and participating in the campus community are critical parts of a student’s life.  

Fraternity and Sorority: Greek Life

Harassment and Discrimination Policy (PDF)

Interactive Campus Map (Accessible Entrances, All-Gender Restrooms, Lockers, Microwaves, Bike Racks)

Mental Health Resources on-campus counseling, on-campus group sessions, student organizations, and online resources.

Proactive Education Encouraging Responsibility (P.E.E.R.) & Health Education educating students regarding subjects of sexual assault, domestic violence, alcohol abuse, and other general health issues.

Resources for LGBTQIA+ Students

Student Life: Chapman University offers a number of ways for you to get involved on campus

University Program Board: Student-driven events to engaging the students with entertaining, educational, and diverse programs.

Student Clubs and Organizations

There are approximately 190 recognized student organizations at Chapman University! By becoming involved with a club, students meet peers with similar interests, gain knowledge and skills relevant to their academic and career paths, and deepen their connection to their field of study, their community, and their passion.Chapman clubs and organizations fall into one of the below categories:
  • Academic
  • Civic Engagement
  • Diversity/Cultural (language, ethnicity, sexual orientation, International Student Association, and other identities)
  • Honors Societies
  • Leisure
  • Recreational
  • Religious/Spiritual
International students are encouraged to join clubs at Chapman. View the full list of clubs that you may consider joining. 

Chapman Statement on Diversity and Inclusion

Chapman University is deeply committed to enriching diversity and inclusion through on-going efforts to cultivate a welcoming campus climate for all members of the Chapman community. We strive to provide an inclusive academic curriculum, promote equity and access in recruitment and retention and develop meaningful outreach programs and partnerships with our diverse local communities. We value diversity and inclusion in the learning environment and believe it is vital to the fulfillment of the university mission. It is our conviction that an inclusive learning environment facilitates complex, critical and creative thinking and that differences in identities, values, beliefs, and perspectives are fundamental to a comprehensive education. At Chapman the term diversity implies a respect for all and an understanding of individual differences including race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, genetic information and any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal law, so that all members of the community are treated at all times with dignity and respect. For diversity-related resources, please visit Diversity and Inclusion Resources at Chapman.


International Education Week

Chapman's annual International Education Week is held every year in the fall semester. The Center for Global Education collaborates with student organizations and departments on campus to host various events, speakers, film screenings, discussions, and activities for the Chapman community to explore the importance and relevance of international and cross-cultural education at Chapman! We invite international students to get involved in the kickoff event called Global Fest, which involves a country flag parade as well as cultural performances! If you are interested in participating in International Education Week, contact the Center for Global Education. 

Contact Us

Susan Sams, PDSO, RO
Specialist, International Student & Scholar Services
(714) 997-6829
sams@chapman.edu
576 N. Glassell

Junko Takada
Department Assistant, DSO, ARO
(714)744-2110
takada@chapman.edu
576 N. Glassell