Chapman University’s approach to returning to campus centers around a single goal: To protect the health and well-being of all members of our community.
We know that as an alumnus you care deeply about the campus community. We are committed to doing everything we can to ensure your welfare at Chapman, with the understanding that we all have a role in keeping ourselves and others safe.
Here’s what that means for you as a member of the Chapman Family.
This information will be monitored and evaluated as updates to state and local health agency guidelines become available.
- “Close Contact” vs “Low Exposure Notice” Definitions for Contact Tracing (9/24/2021) - The following guidelines are used by our Contact Tracing teams to determine whether an individual… Continue Reading
- Staff and Faculty Can Print “Cleared” Status Message in Demille Hall (9/24/2021) - The Office of Human Resources (DeMille Hall 140) now has a computer and a printer… Continue Reading
- COVID-19 Task Force (9/20/2021) - Chapman University established a COVID-19 Task Force in January of 2020, to monitor and manage… Continue Reading
Chapman University is following all guidelines in accordance with state and county mandates.
In-person instruction for fall semester begins on Monday, August 30. Review our current COVID-19 Guidelines. For more information, call (714) 997-6815. The Department of Public Safety is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call (714) 997-6763.
CU Staying Healthy Guidelines
Read the CDC’s recommended health guidelines for campus.
Information on Chapman’s COVID-19 testing requirements for campus access.
Learn more about vaccine resources for Orange County.