Chapman University has a rich history of engagement with communities near to and far from campus. Whether you're looking to learn more about social justice, participate in voter engagement efforts, incorporate civic development into your coursework, or join a student organization, community engagement is understood as a critical means to furthering the University's commitment to global citizenship.
» Community and Civic Engagement at Chapman University
Curricular and Scholarly Engagement
Co-curricular engagement includes intentionally designed experiential learning opportunities that occur outside of formal curriculum.
- Civic learning and democratic engagement experiences
- Civic engagement certificate (in development)
- Community service
- Immersion experiences
- Social justice education
- Voter registration and engagement
University-led initiatives include University-wide commitments to specific issues or places in the community.
Independent initiatives include independent and/or collaborative efforts that impact the community but are not coordinated by the University.
- Civic engagement student organizations
- Service on boards
Nina LeNoir, Ph.D.
Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education
Roxanne Greitz Miller, Ed.D.
Director of the Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Justin Koppelman, Ph.D.
Assistant Director for Civic Engagement Initiatives