The mission of Career and Professional Development is to assist the undergraduate and graduate students at Chapman University with identifying, developing, and implementing their career goals through self-direction and personal responsibility.
Chapman University is committed to providing support services to achieve equal access to the education experience. Disability Services (DS) approves and coordinates accommodations and services for students with disabilities at Chapman to help students acquire skills essential to achieving academic and personal success.
Chapman University Student Health (CUSH), is staffed with professionally licensed nurses, nurse practitioners and physicians. We feel your health plays a vital role in how successfully you achieve your academic, social and personal goals during your college years. Good health promotes favorable results, poor health can be a major liability.
Student Psychological Counseling Services (SPCS) is a department of the division of Enrollment and Student Life.
We are licensed and professional psychologists, therapists, and Marriage and Family therapist interns who provide students with counseling services to help them function successfully in the academic environment.
This department provides students with information regarding:
The Healthy Panther Initiative, Alcohol and substance abuse, Dangers of caffeinated alcoholic energy drinks, Sexual assault prevention and resource information, Communication and life skills, Conflict resolution, STDs (including HIV/AIDS), Stress reduction, Time management, Eating disorders, and Assertiveness.
The Office of Residence Life and First Year Experience provides on-campus housing options and off-campus housing resources to undergraduate and graduate students.
The Veterans Resource Center supports veterans and their families throughout their time at Chapman. Visit their website for more information on the center or to get in touch with a staff member.