Category - University News

LGBTQIA+ flag in front of Chapman campus building
What’s the Difference Between LGBT History Month and Pride Month?
Kainani Tacazon '24 talks with other students.
Water-Wise Plants and Practices Are Growing at Chapman By the end of this academic year, conversion to drought-tolerant landscaping is expected to save almost 485,000 gallons of water.
Helen Norris, Janine DuMontelle, College Creppell, Jamie Ceman pose in front of Chapmans global citizens plaza fountain
Chapman University Administrators Carry the Banner Of Leadership Global impact rises from actions close to home as a quartet of collaborative difference-makers share an unflagging commitment to innovation.
illustration of distinguished alumni award with photos in circles of 13 awardees
2022 Distinguished Alumni Awards Celebrate Accomplishments of Chapman Alumni
cheerleaders stand on field in front of packed stadium stands
2022 Chapman Family Homecoming Celebrates Panther Pride All Weekend Long
water conference
Chapman Leads Conversation on California Water Supply University Hosted Water Abundance Conference with faculty, water district reps and others
Collette Creppell
National Disability Employment Awareness Month Vice President of Campus Planning and Design Collette Creppell
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Chapman Continues Its Steady Climb in U.S. News & World Report Rankings 2023 rankings place the university at No. 121 in the nation, with notable presence on key rankings such as innovation and ethnic diversity.
Pete the Panther mascot stands with two men and two women in Chapman gear on Chapman campus
Get Ready for a Weekend of Fun at Chapman Family Homecoming
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Two Chapman Leaders Nominated for Women in Business Awards
Kennedy Hall
Commitment to Water Conservation Runs Deep at Chapman Since 2014, the university has taken scores of steps that are saving hundreds of thousands of gallons a year.
long tables with hygiene and school supplies lined with people putting them in backpacks
Chapman Staff Stuffs Backpacks for Local Students, Community Resource Center