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Virtual Programming & Resources

» Spring 2020 Virtual Programming & Resources

Hello Panthers!  

As we all join our fellow global citizens in navigating the current situation, the focus on health and wellness is paramount. The social distancing we have been asked to practice is designed to be a helpful measure. We also recognize it can come with challengesas the connections we have with others inevitably change.   

Knowing that Panthers around the globe are focusing on keeping family, friends, and communities safe, this website has been created to help you maintain connections and engagement with others. Check back frequently, as online engagement opportunities will continue to be added!  

Wherever you may be, please know that Chapman is committed to helping you navigate the transition to, and use of, this interim online environment – including staying as active and engaged as possible!

For more information about any of the efforts below, contact the Department of Student Engagement.

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Argyros Forum Student Union

  • Netflix Party - The Argyros Forum Student Union is hosting a virtual movie night each Thursday via Netflix Party. To participate, you'll need a Netflix account. Follow @lifeatcu for the movie of the week! 
  • Together, In the Union - Join the Argyros Forum Student Union for Together, in the Union, a virtual at-home series based off Together, at Home concerts featuring Chapman University art and performance. Visit @lifeatcu for more information.

To suggest other ideas, email

Civic Engagement Initiatives

  • 10 Ways to Stay Civically Engaged Online - Stuck at home still wanting to make a difference in your community? Civic Engagement Initiatives has a few tips to stay civically engaged online!
  • 2020 Census - The 2020 United States Census is here and now is your opportunity to be counted! Accurate data is imperative to shaping community funding, the number of elected seats available to each state in the House of Representatives, and so much more!
    • If you were living in a university residence hall during the fall and spring semesters, the U.S. Census Bureau will ensure you are included through working in coordination with Chapman University. 
    • If you commuted to campus, be sure to respond to the 2020 United States Census online!  Email for more information.
  • Global Citizens Wall - Leave your thoughts about the week's question on Engage or @lifeatcu’s Instagram story. All responses are collected and posted on Engage on a weekly basis.
  • - Join the Civic Panthers team to participate in an ecochallenge for earth month (April) and stay connected with other students making choices to make a tangible impact on the sustainability of our planet.  Email for more information.
  • Voter Engagement - Stay updated on upcoming election and voter registration deadlines via Instagram and TikTok. Civic Engagement Initiatives will be “tabling” weekly on Wednesdays and Fridays on IG and Thursdays on TikTok.

To suggest other ideas, email

Cross-Cultural Center

  • APIDA Heritage Month Kick Off - RSVP to attend the virtual APIDA Heritage Month Kick Off oWednesday, April 8 (4-6pm, PST).  The event will include time to affirm and celebrate the APIDA community, reflect on Coronavirus-related racism against APIDA communities, and provide relevant resources.  All Chapman students, faculty and staff are welcome. 
  • I Am Chapman Campaign - In the new era of remote learning, the I Am Chapman campaign continues!  If you'd like to participate, complete the submission form and be sure to include a clear image of yourself in front of your background of choice.
  • Virtual Drop-in Hours - Keep the conversations going and stay connected with the Cross-Cultural Center in a casual, online setting via Google Hangout on the following days and times (PST):
    • Mondays, 12-1pm 
    • Tuesdays, 1-2pm
    • Wednesdays, 2-3pm
    • Thursdays, 3-4pm
    • Fridays, 12-1pm
  • We CU! Mentorship Program – The We CU! Mentorship program is facilitating virtual interactions for those involved in the program. Email for more information.

To suggest other ideas, email

Fitness and Recreation Services

  • 10-Minute Daily Challenge – Have fun and challenge yourself with 10-minute activities posted daily on Rec Portal. Challenges are designed to be easily done at home with no equipment and include activities such as high-intensity interval training, mindfulness walks, and cardio circuits. Participate to win prizes such as a Camelbak, Echo Flex, and a Keurig Coffee Maker.
  • At Home Fitness & Recreation Resources - Looking for fitness, mindfulness, and recreation resources? Check out workout videos, Apps, and other content now on Rec Portal. New content is added weekly!
  • Fitness On-Demand Flex - Professional Yoga, HIIT, Strength Training, and dance videos are now available on-the-go! Chapman students can stream 100+ Fitness on Demand virtual workouts directly from your phone or computer, wherever you are! Sign Up for Fitness on Demand Flex today on Rec Portal.

To suggest other ideas, email

Fraternity and Sorority Life

  • Panhellenic - The Panhellenic Council continues to meet weekly on Mondays at 12pm via Zoom. Please email Shannon Keane ( with any questions.
  • IFC - The Interfraternity Council continues to meet weekly on Mondays at 12pm via Zoom. Please email Rob Farmer ( with any questions.
  • FSL Presidents’ Meeting - Weekly Greek Presidents' Meetings will resume Friday, April 3rd via Zoom. Email with any questions.
  • Meet via Zoom - Want to meet online with your executive board or hold a general meeting with under 100 members? Email with your preferred day, time, and time zone for access to a Zoom account created exclusively for fraternity and sorority meetings.

To suggest other ideas, email

Student Organizations

  • Interfaith Discussions - The presidents and other members of religious/spiritual clubs will continue to meet on Fridays at 11am (PST) to discuss interfaith topics. Please email for the Zoom meeting link!
  • Student Organization Presidents' Meeting - Calling all organization presidents! Join the next virtual Presidents' Meeting on March 31 at 11am (PST).  Please email for the Zoom meeting link!
  • Resources for Recognized Student Organization
    • Meet via Zoom – Want to meet online with your executive board or hold a general meeting to check in? Email with your preferred day, time, and time zone for access to a Zoom account created exclusively for student organization meetings.
    • Elections – Engage has an elections feature that can be used to facilitate your leadership elections over the next few months. Log on to the Manage view of your Engage page, go to the left and select Elections. The primary contact and any officers with full access within their organization can create an election.

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Apply for an on-campus job!

Student Engagement is hiring student staff for the '20-'21 academic year, including positions that work with all of the areas coordinating virtual programming. With over 100 positions in six different functional areas, there are job opportunities that fit a variety of student interests.