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 family members your utmost concern is for your student’s health and safety. We are committed to ensuring their welfare while at Chapman. Our entire campus community will be working to meet that goal with the understanding that we all have a role in keeping ourselves and others safe.
Here’s what that means for you and your student as members of the university community.
CU Health and Wellness
CU Health and Wellness provides a centralized resource for students, faculty and staff to access Chapman health and wellness resources, tools and events. To learn more about maintaining wellness in your daily life, visit our centralized website.
This information will be monitored and evaluated as updates to state and local health agency guidelines become available.
- Protocols for Accessing Campus Buildings (7/30/2021) - Continue Reading
- Twice-Weekly COVID-19 Testing, Effective Aug. 16th (7/30/2021) - Continue Reading
- Masks Recommended Indoors for Vaccinated Individuals, Required for Unvaccinated Individuals (7/29/2021) - This week, the CDC released updated guidance that now recommends face coverings to be worn… Continue Reading
In-person instruction remains optional for students through the end of this academic year. Summer courses will also continue hyflex options, allowing students the flexibility to select in-person or remote instruction. Fall, on the other hand, will be back to Chapman-as-usual.
Students who are scheduled to return to on-site work must successfully complete all the return to campus process requirements:
Are you a new incoming student? Find out more information on our incoming student page.
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.