This includes, but is not limited to: Flash (also requires the Adobe Flash Player), navigation, video, image galleries, etc. While
If you have an idea for a club on campus that doesn't yet exist, feel free to start one! Benefits of recognition include funding opportunities, marketing resources & access, use of campus facilities, and online portal & free website!
The Chapman Next Step Social Justice Retreat is an annual event that occurs every February. Next Step gives students a forum to develop knowledge and skills to become better change agents, leaders and activists in regard to diversity, equity, power, privilege, prejudice and discrimination.
Take part in short and long-term experiences focused on personal leadership development, understanding/serving our community, and living sustainably; while, at the same time, learning how to be an actively engaged global citizen.
The Union offers free fitness sessions 5 days a week. Break a sweat with your friends in between classes. Squeeze in some physical activity with sessions including kickboxing, yoga, zumba, and hot hula!
CU At The Booths is Chapman University's non-partisan voting initiative whose goals are election awareness and voter education. Find information on registering to vote, absentee voting, precincts and political parties.
Want fresh, local, seasonal produce delivered to you? Subscribe to CSA! Community Supported Agriculture connects you to local farms and food.
For $23 you’ll get 7-8 types of produce or for $33 you’ll get 11-12!
Chapman University’s Alternative Break Program seeks to provide students with an opportunity to work with community agencies, needs, and populations in a week-long service and immersion experience. Chapman students are connected to experiences that foster personal growth, mutual awareness, and civic engagement.
Discuss identity in a community of support! Stonewall is for LGBTQI students and those who are questioning their sexual and/or gender identities. Sisterhood Circle is for students who identify as women of color. B.A.M. is for students who identify as biracial and multiracial. QPOC is for people who identify as both queer and as people of color.
Safe Space reaches out to all types of individuals, inside and outside the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/transsexual, queer/questioning, intersex, and ally (LGBTQIA) community to spread, develop, support and promote respect and understanding in regard to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.