Since 1861 Chapman University has provided a personalized education of distinction that leads its students to inquiring, ethical, and productive lives as global citizens. Recognized for its liberal arts core, distinguished faculty, innovative programs and personalized attention to students, Chapman University provides a solid foundation of knowledge that enables its graduates to become fully educated persons.
This tutorial has been developed to give you an introduction to academic advising and course registration. By completing this tutorial and submitting the information at the end, you will fulfill the freshman advising requirement, and your registration hold will be lifted. By the end of the tutorial, you will have an understanding of Chapman's General Education program, degree requirements, and registration procedures.
NOTE: To receive credit for completing the tutorial (REQUIRED to remove the Freshman Advising Hold and/or schedule a follow-up phone appointment), you must review all pages of the tutorial and SUBMIT YOUR INFORMATION on the final page (have Chapman Username and Password ready).
Transfer students are not required to complete advising, but this tutorial will provide transfers with valuable information regarding course selection and registration.
Follow-up phone appointments with an advisor are available for students who have additional questions after completing the tutorial and submitting their information. You may call (714) 744-7959 to schedule a follow-up phone appointment.
- Degree Requirements
- General Education Program
- Math and language placement
- AP/IB Credit
- First term courses
- WebAdvisor registration
In order to best use this information, you MUST have the following tools available to you as you complete the tutorial:
- Your Chapman ID number
- Your WebAdvisor login information (user name and PIN)
- A copy of your program evaluation
- You can print a copy of your program evaluation from WebAdvisor. For instructions on how to access and print your program evaluation, open and review this Program Evaluation Guide (opens a new window)
- Copies of your AP/IB scores (if you have them)
- A pen and paper