New students who would like to live on campus will receive priority if their housing application is completed and submitted by the priority filing date.
Continuing students who would like to live in on-campus housing for Interterm and/or Spring 2018 must submit a housing application.
Chapman University has limited housing available for graduate and law students and their families. Students who are interested in living in one of our university-owned properties must complete a Graduate and Law Student Housing Waitlist Form. Housing is not guaranteed - students will be contacted if a property becomes available. Graduate and law students are encouraged to look for alternative living arrangements off campus.
Chapman University has many housing options for students living on-campus including traditional residence hall rooms, suites, and apartments. Learn more about each residential community here.
We eagerly look forward to move-in day each semester and strive to make it an enjoyable experience for students and their families. Here you can find tips and resources that will help you prepare for living in the residence halls and make your move-in day experience a memorable one.
The time comes each year when students need to move out of the residence halls. This page will help you learn what you need to do to successfully check out of your room.
Residence Life and First Year Experience offers its students different residential programs to extend each student’s educational experience beyond the classroom. Those programs include the First Year Residential Experience (FYRE), Living-Learning Communities (LLC), and the Doti-Struppa Climbing Wall.
Every student is expected to participate in their community by being a respectful and active resident. Learn more about your rights and responsibilities as a Chapman University resident.
Residence Life and First Year Experience is committed to providing students with the resources and services they need to be successful. Here you can find resources and services students will use while they live on-campus including emergency information, guest registration, forms, and other services.