COVID-19 Task Force

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Chapman University established a COVID-19 Task Force in January of 2020, to monitor and manage the impact of the global pandemic on the university. This team has been in place since before the pandemic forced Chapman to move to virtual learning and has remained in place, meeting weekly, throughout the health crisis. Today, the group has grown to include representation from the following areas:

  • Provost Office
  • Public Safety 
  • Restaurant Services  
  • Strategic Marketing and Communications 
  • Student Health Center
  • Legal Affairs  
  • Faculty Senate and additional faculty
  • Student Government Association 
  • Administrative Affairs
  • Event Management
  • IS&T 
  • Athletics 
  • Graduate Education
  • Enrollment   
  • Human Resources
  • University Advancement  
  • Dean of Students 
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 
  • Residence Life and First-Year Experience 
  • Facilities Management 
  • Risk Management  

For questions, we encourage individuals to review the CU Safely Back website content including the FAQs page. If you cannot find an answer, you may email