Many different resources are available to you to facilitate your success at Chapman. Please check out and utilize the resources below to assist you throughout your time here:
Not sure what classes to take? Want to stay on track for graduation? Visit the Academic Advising Center.
Interested in pursuing an internship? Want to develop and strengthen your resume? Questions about career exploration, the job search process, and more? Visit the Career Development Center.
Would you like an academic mentor to help you with time management and procrastination? Would you like to sign up for a tutor and take advantage of our tutoring and writing center resources? Visit the Tutoring, Learning, and Testing Center.
Interested in studying abroad? Would you like to travel and receive academic credit for these experiences? Visit the Center for Global Education.
Interested in getting involved in a student club/organization? Interested in getting involved in civic engagement, service, diversity/social justice opportunities, and sustainability initiatives? Visit Student and Campus Life.
Questions about living on campus? Searching for off-campus housing? Visit the Office of Housing and Residence Life.
Questions about your student academic record? Need to find the form to add a course from the waitlist? Requesting transcripts? Need transfer credit evaluated? Visit the Registrar’s Office.
For all financial aid questions (loans, scholarships, grants, etc.) visit Financial Aid.
Questions about your student account and billing? Visit Student Business Services.
Looking for a job on campus? Visit Student Employment Services.
Questions about university policy? Interested in checking out the requirements for academic majors/minors on-campus? Visit Academics.
For library resources visit the Leatherby Libraries.
These are opportunities geared towards first-generation college students that you might consider exploring - these are great opportunities to apply to:
- Health P.A.S.S. Program - this program through DesMoines University is a great way for promising first-generation college sophomores and juniors to prepare for and enhance their chances of getting into medical school and other health professions programs. The three-week program is high-quality, hands-on and FREE. Housing, meals, and transportation is provided to selected participants.
- Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (SUROP) at Kansas State University (KSU) gives undergraduates from under-represented groups, including first-generation college students, a first-hand experience with the research process. This experience is designed to help students prepare for graduate school and other advanced study. Participation in a program such as SUROP provides a first-hand look at the process and excitement of discovery through research and such experience is viewed favorably by the admissions committees for graduate and professional schools. This program provides selected participants with a stipend, travel costs, and housing/meals during the summer program.
- TELACU Scholarship Program - this is a scholarship program that low-income, first-generation college students are eligible to apply for and this program is more than a scholarship program as it provides resources to assist TELACU Scholars in their transition into college as well as in the workplace.
These are great additional opportunities to consider open to all students:
- Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program at Chapman - this is a great opportunity to have a paid summer fellowship on campus with a faculty member in addition to professional programming, social events, and other activities designated for this group of SURF participants. This program is a great opportunity for students interested in pursuing graduate study and research.
- Amgen Scholars - this program has the goal of increasing learning and networking opportunities for undergraduate students committed to pursuing science or engineering careers with an interest in pursuing a Ph.D. or M.D.-Ph.D.; and to spark the interest and broaden the perspective of undergraduate students considering scientific careers. Sophomores, juniors, and non-graduating seniors are eligible to apply. There are several host universities that students can apply to.