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 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 welcomed visitor to Chapman.
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
- Update on COVID-19 at Chapman (9/15/2021) - This week has shown substantial improvement in the number of cases of COVID-19 within… Continue Reading