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Preventative Care

Learn about the preventative care resources that Chapman offers.

P.S.: Reality Check

Learn about the impacts of prescription stimulant abuse through the stories of Alex and Cameron as they prepare for an upcoming exam. This video was created by our videographer and Chapman students!

Meet the Wellness Project

Get to know our team and the roles we play on campus.

Fall 2018 Sleep Deprivation

Our graphic designers and videographer collaborated on this video installation in December 2018 to illustrate the impact of sleep deprivation when studying for finals. Although "all-nighters" are popular during midterms and finals season, this behavior might not be as beneficial as students believe. Studies show that lack of sleep disturbs healthy memory encoding processes and can influence the retention of information and learning.

As time passes in this video, less text is visible on screen. This parallels the amount of information that is retained the longer a student studies without any sleep.


Spring 2018 Poolside Bash Promo

Poolside Bash

Thanks for joining us for some grub, games, and giveaways at our 90s style poolside bash!

Check out our events page for upcoming events!

Spring 2018 The PROs of CONflict

Learn how to manage conflict as Dean Price, Nathan Warden, Topper, and Officer Annessa Garcia share their experiences with conflict resolution.

Dean Price | Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students


Topper | Cross-Cultural Center & Student Engagement

Nathan Worden | Residential Life & First Year Experience, Resident Director

Officer Annessa Garcia | Public Safety Officer

Mission Statement

The mission of Chapman Wellness through the Dean of Students Office is to promote methods to reduce substance abuse within the Chapman community and to foster a campus culture in which students feel empowered to engage in healthy behaviors individually and in their various relationships.