Chapman offers a multitude of resources to help you achieve your academic goals. Whether you are registering for classes, finding ways to expand your academic resume, or looking for help in a course, the links below will provide the support you need to navigate toward success.
Stay on top of your academics by finding out important academic dates like first day of class, last day to drop, holidays, application deadlines and final exam times per a specific academic year.
Responsible for advising all undeclared students and for serving as an advising, information, resource and referral center for all Chapman students needing current information about general education, degree requirements and academic policies. Get informed.
Blackboard is a web-based course management system that supports student and instructor communication by allowing the posting and sharing of documents, external links to web resources, and class discussion boards along with other helpful communication tools.
The goal of a well rounded education is to help you archive your professional and career goals. Through Career and Professional Development, students have access to many services that will help guide them through every step of this journey. Believe it or not, starting early with Career and Professional Development can make all the difference come graduation.
The Center for Global Education offers programs of varying lengths throughout the year that broaden students’ perspectives. This is something for everyone:all majors and student levels to enhance your overall education and world view. Open your eyes to new ideas, cultures and experiences.
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Are you the first in your family to attend a four-year college/university to attain a bachelor’s degree? Being first-generation is a very proud accomplishment and we recognize that you will face unique experiences as you begin this exciting journey. We look forward to supporting you and bringing together the first-generation Chapman community!
The registrar is responsible for scheduling classes and managing you academic records. This important department on campus can support you registration needs to make sure your academic success is on path. Learn more about all the services the Registrar offers and or how our registration system WebAdvisor works.
The TLT offers a variety of tutoring services designed to help students attain their academic goals and make their education at Chapman more successful. You don't have to be falling behind in your studies to use these programs. In fact, most student use these programs all-throughout their time at Chapman to stay ahead.
For specifics on course descriptions or to find out what classes are required for a certain degree view the undergraduate catalog. Know your academic path and what to expect in each class you take.
Designed for academically curious students who want to pursue exacting studies in a wide range of intellectual concerns that cross disciplines and cultures, the University’s Honors Program combines a flexible, interdisciplinary curriculum with small discussion-centered classes.
Writing is a big part of the college experience, but we know it doesn't come naturally to everyone. The writing center is a great resource to help you with any part of the writing process, from understanding the assignment and finding a significant topic to editing your final drafts.