We’re proud to offer many resources and services to Chapman University alumni, ranging from library access to career services and much more.
Monthly Alumni E-Newsletter
Each month the Alumni Association sends an e-newsletter to all alumni. Each issue highlights special events for alumni, Chapman news, volunteer opportunities and more. Update your contact information (including your personal e-mail address) to ensure you receive the e-newsletter.
Your official Alumni Association membership card is your key to accessing many of the benefits and resources listed here. Request your card today!
The Alumni Association is here to help you succeed professionally. Check out our Career Services section to learn more.
Chapman Alumni E-mail Account
Alumni will continue to have lifetime access to their Chapman email account. Alumni users also have the option of configuring their email address in the form of email@example.com, where username is your Chapman account name. Please follow the “How To” instructions on how to setup your alumni.chapman.edu email address.
If you have any questions please contact the Service Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (714) 997-6600. Alumni are also encouraged to keep their personal e-mail address on file with the Alumni Association to ensure that we keep you up to date about campus news and events. Click here to update your contact information, including your personal e-mail address.
Looking for a copy of your transcript? For an unofficial record, you can access your transcript through WebAdvisor. Call Chapman's Service Desk at (714) 997-6600 or via e-mail if you need assistance with the log-in process.
Click here for information about ordering official transcripts or contact the Registrar’s Office via e-mail, or at (714) 997-6701.
With your Chapman alumni ID card, you can check out books and use other library services at the Leatherby Libraries. Visit the library website for more information.
There are exciting things happening every day at Chapman. For the latest alumni news, events and happenings, explore the publications and blogs listed here.
The Guggenheim Gallery is housed in Moulton Center, near Waltmar Theatre, at the corner of Palm and Center, and was built in 1975 with a gift from Robert and Shirley Guggenheim. It sponsors an annual schedule of exhibitions by professional artists, students and community arts organizations. Learn more about the gallery here.
Finance and estate decisions require knowledge in many areas: accounting, finance, law, insurance, taxes, investments and charitable planning. In partnership with several non-profit organizations, Chapman University hosts a series of free workshops throughout Orange County every spring and fall. We invite alumni to attend and learn how to make wiser, more fully informed decisions about your financial future. Learn more »
Guide to Planning Your Will and Trust
The Office of Legacy Planning is pleased to offer alumni a complimentary copy of Chapman University’s Guide to Planning Your Will and Trust. Complete the form here to request a mailed hard copy or download a digital copy here. For more information contact the Legacy Planning office or visit their website.
If you are looking for a graduate program to achieve your goals or to be successful in your career and in your life, check out Chapman University’s graduate programs. Click here for more information.
Did you know your child may be eligible for a special scholarship? Children of Chapman alumni who are or plan to be enrolled full time on the Orange campus are eligible for an annual $1,000 scholarship award. Special applications are available in the Financial Aid Office in Bhathal Student Services Center. Visit this page to learn more or download the scholarship application. Or, contact the Office of Financial Aid at (714) 997-6741 or email@example.com.
The new signature family of class rings are available for purchase by alumni. Learn more »