» Student Opportunities

Civic Engagement Initiatives offers a variety of learning opportunities to support Chapman students' aspirations for global citizenship by supporting the development of students' civic identity; understanding of our local, national, and global communities; and civic skill set necessary for effective advocacy and engagement in public issues.

CU at the Booths

CU at the Booths is a non-partisan voter education and registration initiative to support students' engagement in local and national politics.

LEAD 485/MLD 585: Leadership Through The Eye of the Storm

This 4-credit leadership course explores leadership and civic responsibility through analysis of Hurricane Katrina and the impact that disaster continues to have on New Orleans. LEAD 485/MLD 585 includes a nine-day service learning trip to New Orleans to work with Rebuilding Together on home rebuilding projects.

The Global Citizens Wall

The Global Citizens Wall, located in the Student Union, encourages the development of well-informed and engaged students through critical thinking and civil discourse on civic ideas and issues. Use this space to deliberate with your peers on things that matter to you!