As a leading educator on the West Coast, Chapman University prides itself on providing students with state-of-the-art facilities and top-notch equipment. With a goal of keeping the University at the cutting edge of education, Chapman has numerous project in planning that will not only improve the learning experience and community involvement, but will add to the already stunning campus beauty.
- Musco Center for the ArtsMusco Center for the ArtsBroadway-style productions, ballets and full orchestra performances all housed in a beautiful 1,100-seat, professionally tuned theater.
- Health Science CampusHealth Science CampusChapman's Health Science Campus, located in the heart of the Irvine Spectrum, contains two buildings that will house classrooms, laboratories and office space for graduate students in Chapman's Schmid College of Science and Technology.
- Center for Science and TechnologyCenter for Science and TechnologyThe future of Chapman sciences will reside within the halls of a brilliant new cutting-edge facility located on Chapman's beautiful campus. This will become the new home to the Schmid College of Science and Technology.
Musco Center for the Arts
This wonderful addition to Chapman's main campus will be a true game changer for the College of Performing Arts and the surrounding arts community. With an 1,100-seat, professionally tuned performance facility, Chapman will be able to accommodate full-scale Broadway style productions, full ballets, symphonies and operas, as well as chamber performances, jazz and more.
Center for Science and Technology
The future of Chapman sciences will reside within the halls of a brillian new facility located on Chapman's beautiful campus. The cutting-edge new home to the Schmid College of Science and Technology will be designed to promote discovery through collaboration, university-industry partnership, interdisciplinary problem-solving and student learning through innovative teaching.
Health Science Campus
Chapman University's new Health Science Campus, located in the heart of the Irvine Spectrum, consists of two large former research-and-development buildings located side by side on Jeronimo Road. The buildings will house classrooms, laboratory and office space for graduate students in Chapman's Schmid College of Science and Technology - Crean School of Health and Life Sciences who are enrolled in the doctoral program in physical therapy, in the new Chapman University School of Pharmacy and in an upcoming physician assistant program. Situated on 7.5 acres, the two buildings, constructed in 1986, encompass a total of 166,413 square feet of interior space. The Health Sciences Campus in Irvine marks the first time that Chapman University has expanded beyond its main campus in Orange.