You can find all accessible entrances listed on the interactive campus map. To view accessible entrances, select "accessibility" on the left hand menu.
Chapman University is committed to providing support services to achieve equal access to the education experience. Disability Services (DS) approves and coordinates accommodations and services for students with disabilities at Chapman to help students acquire skills essential to achieve academic and personal success. Information about registering with Disability Services is available here, You can find more information about accommodations such as sign language interrelation, use of voice recorders in classes, and peer note takers here.
The Dean of Students Office, as with all concerns, serves as a resource for students by assisting in matters that impact the learning of all students.
Contact: Jerry Price | Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students | (714) 997-6721 | email@example.com | Argyros Forum 101
DeAnn Yocum Gaffney | Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Associate Dean of Students | (714) 997-6721 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Argyros Forum 101
Chris Hutchison | Assistant Dean of Students | (714) 628-7321 | email@example.com | Argyros Forum 303F
To view a list of accessible entrances at Chapman, click "Accessibility" on the campus interactive map.
Chapman University encourages students of all identities to partake in study abroad. Visit the Center for Global Education’s Diversity, Access, & Identity student resource webpage and scroll down to the Students with Disabilities section. You will find information to that supports students with disabilities in going abroad. If you have a learning or physical disability, the Center for Global Education can help you find a program that will best fit your needs.
Contact: Jodi Hicks | Assistant Director of Overseas Programs | (714) 997-6629 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chapman Diversity Project, sponsored by the Office of the Provost, endeavors to bring students, staff, faculty, administrators and trustees together for meaningful dialogue focused on developing strategic priorities and recommendations for diversity and inclusion at Chapman.
Meets Wednesdays, 1 p.m.-2 p.m., every three weeks
Chapman’s Advisory Groups evaluate and recommend services, policies and programs for enhancing diversity and inclusion. Each Advisory Group is comprised of students, staff, faculty, administrators and trustees and is open to people of all identities.
Contact: Art Blaser | Faculty Co-Chair, Advisory Group on the Status of Disabilities & Accessibility | email@example.com
Chelsea Dempsey | Staff Co-Chair, Advisory Group on the Status of Disabilities & Accessibility | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jillian Strong | Alum Co-Chair, Advisory Group on the Status of Disabilities & Accessibility | email@example.com
Cross-Cultural Engagement offers programs and services that encourage students to explore, celebrate, and share their diverse cultures; further examine and cultivate the multiple aspects of their personal identities; develop an appreciation of and respect for diversity; and hone their skills in cross-cultural leadership and dialogue while creating a welcoming and inclusive campus community.
Contact: Leti Romo, Asst. Director of Student Engagement, Cross-Cultural Engagement | (714) 628-7242 | firstname.lastname@example.org
CCE also offers the following opportunity:
The Breaking Ground: Disability Awareness training introduces individuals to the topic of disability awareness, focusing on the variety of disabilities represented at Chapman as well as on the national level. Individuals will gain insight into the nuances of what it can mean to live with a disability, supplemented by voices from the Chapman community. The session will include a brief introduction to the disability rights movement and the concept of ableism. In addition, trainees will develop proficient advocacy knowledge and skills, including but not limited to definitions, terms, people-first language, Disability Services resources, and campus accessibility ins-and-outs.
Cross-Cultural Initiatives provides a series of engaging experiences that expose students to multiple viewpoints on a variety of issues, as well as highlight the many different cultures that comprise the Chapman student community.
Contact: Leti Romo, Chair, Cross-Cultural Initiatives | (714) 628-7242 | email@example.com
CERT is an advisory group comprised of faculty, staff, and students devoted to a stronger, more inclusive community at Chapman. CERT works to empower students following potential bias incidents that affect our campus community.
The Diversity Affairs Committee addresses issues of diversity and equity affecting the campus. The committee actively seeks the concerns of underrepresented groups on campus and challenges itself to solve those issues. If you have an issue involving an underrepresented group on campus, please contact the Diversity Affairs Chair.
Contact: Daryl Zhao | Diversity Affairs Chair | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Disability Services Office is designed to help students who have average or above average potential for learning and who exhibit significant difficulties due to a disability. We will support students to understand his/her limited abilities and compensate for them with ADA accommodations and alternative resources as well. Here at Chapman, we want to prepare students for the future by practicing self-advocacy. We will help guide the student on that journey by utilizing all available resources.
Contact: Andrea Killian | Counseling & Disability Services Coordinator | (714) 516-4520 | email@example.com |410 N. Glassell Street (House between Public Safety & Student Health
Under the auspices of Chapman University’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program, the Center operates as a non-profit clinic for individuals, couples, families, and children. The dual mission of the Center is to provide high quality and affordable mental health services to the local community and to provide an excellent training and research environment to the graduate students in the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program at Chapman University.
The Smith Center’s group therapy sessions will begin the week of Monday, September 12, and end the week of October 17. The following sessions will be offered:
Contact: (714) 997-6746
Chapman University is committed to providing an environment which is free of any form of harassment and discrimination. You can report any instances of harassment and/or discrimination to the Equal Opportunity and Diversity Officer.
Contact: Misha Martinez | Equal Opportunity and Diversity Officer, Human Resources | (714) 997-6847 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Leatherby Libraries are committed to providing access to library services for all patrons in the Chapman community. The Library provides access to research materials and services through reasonable accommodations such as readily accessible adaptive technology and software, special equipment and personal assistance. The information on this website is provided to help users with disabilities make the most efficient use of library facilities, materials and services.
Student Psychological Counseling Services (SPCS) provides psychotherapy to students at Chapman University and is staffed with licensed and professional psychologists, counselors and counselor interns.
Student Psychological Counseling Services will be offering the following group sessions this fall:
Post-Study Abroad (reverse culture shock – A search for a new normal)
Mondays 4-5pm; Start date to be determined
Anxiety Reduction Workshop
Tuesdays 10-11:15 a.m.; Beginning 9/6
Adjusting to College Life (transitions group)
Wednesdays from 10-11:15 a.m.; Beginning 9/7, for 6 consecutive weeks
Contact: Andrea Killian | Counseling & Disability Services Coordinator | (714) 516-4520 | email@example.com |410 N. Glassell Street (House between Public Safety & Student Health)
The Thompson Policy Institute (TPI) on Disability and Autism is a new think tank that will gather data and develop its own independent research to study and, when appropriate, advocate on topics surrounding the issues of disability and autism. The Institute’s aim will be to educate policymakers and decision-makers on these topics toward improving the quality of lives of children and adults with disabilities and their families.
Active Minds is the only organization working to utilize the student voice to change the conversation about mental health on college campuses. By developing and supporting chapters of a student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy group on campuses, the organization works to increase students’ awareness of mental health issues, provide information and resources regarding mental health and mental illness, encourage students to seek help as soon as it is needed, and serve as liaison between students and the mental health community.
AbilityFirst offers after school program for children with physical and developmental disabilities and provides a variety of social and recreational activities. Contact: (714) 821-7448 | 2660 West Broadway, Anaheim, California 92804
National Alliance on Mental Health Orange County is a grassroots, family and consumer self-help support and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with severe mental illnesses, i.e., schizophrenia, bipolar disorder (manic depression), clinical depression, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and PTSD. Contact: (714) 544-8488 | 1810 East 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705
LD Online seeks to help children and adults reach their full potential by providing accurate and up-to-date information and advice about learning disabilities and ADHD. The site features hundreds of helpful articles, multimedia, monthly columns by noted experts, first person essays, children’s writing and artwork, a comprehensive resource guide, very active forums, and a Yellow Pages referral directory of professionals, schools, and products.
Learning Disabilities Association of America provides cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and a comprehensive network of resources.
Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder was founded in 1987 in response to the frustration and sense of isolation experienced by parents and their children with AD/HD.
Learning Ally records the textbooks used in schools from coast to coast, in every grade level and every subject area. In addition to the classics, Learning Ally also works to provide the most current editions of state adopted texts.
ADDitude has provided clear, accurate, user-friendly information and advice from the leading experts and practitioners in mental health and learning.
International Dyslexia Association helps individuals with dyslexia and their supporters.