• Chapman campus leaders posing together in Cross-Cultural Initiative t-shirts

Cross-Cultural Initiatives


Empathy–Identity–Community

» Empathy- Identity- Community

The Division of Student Affairs coordinates a variety of efforts and opportunities that will expose that Chapman community to identities and experiences that are different than our own while we affirm and support the identities that we , as individuals hold.

Affirmation

I AM CHAPMAN Profile

At Chapman University, we have a diverse community that adds to the Chapman culture. Through our programming, campaigns, and collaboration on special events, we seek to highlight and appreciate the many identities that our student, staff and faculty hold.

I AM CHAPMAN Photo Campaign Submission

 

Support

We Are Chapman Retreat Conversation All students should feel welcomed and included in our community. If there is ever an experience or situation that you feel is not welcoming, we want to know. We hope that you utilize our resources so that together we can create an open, inclusive and welcoming community.

Exposure

Social Justice BBQ In order to continue our growth and understanding of the world we live in, we must be challenged to see and understand it through a different lens. We invite our Chapman community to events and programs that are being hosted by Chapman students, staff, faculty and local community members to be able to continue the learning and growth for ourselves.

Make A Report

Fill out the form linked below to help us identify bias or hate incidents involving Chapman community members.

CERT Reporting Form

Is this an emergency?

If you are dealing with a life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately or directly call one of the following offices on campus:

Public Safety
(714) 997-6763
(all calls after regular business hours and on the weekends should be directed to Public Safety)

Dean of Students Office
(714) 997-6721
(regular business hours)

Housing and Residence Life
(714) 997-6603
(regular business hours)