The Chapman University campus in Orange, California is an understandable source of pride for Chapman. Palm trees line the sidewalks. Stately Memorial Hall with its grand neoclassical columns stands in contrast to the sparkling contemporary lines of the Argyros Forum student center.
Like our curriculum, which connects different disciplines, our campus blends historic and modern architectural styles with beautiful pieces of sculpture to create a campus that’s both serene and inspiring.
Why is this important? A beautiful campus lifts the heart. Art sparks the imagination. A bench near a flower garden invites conversation. It all conspires to make us better students and scholars.
From light-filled residence halls said to resemble “resort communities” and skateboard friendly sidewalks to fully wired (and wireless) classrooms and pieces of public art, the Chapman campus reflects our commitment to the Four Pillars:
Intellectual, Physical, Social and Spiritual.