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2 Message from the Chancellor Commitment to Access and Collaboration For more than 50 years, Chapman University College has been committed to providing quality undergraduate and graduate degrees, certificates, teaching credentials and extended education programs to working adults at campuses throughout California and Washington. As we move into our next 50 years, we have a new vision to be the leader in the evolution of adult education. To expand our educational opportunities for working students, Chapman University announced the renaming of Chapman University College to Brandman University, a separate, fully accredited university, and the first member of the Chapman University System. This transition was born of the desire to offer an increasing diversity of degrees, through more innovative online and on campus approaches, to a greater number of adult students in California, Washington, the United States, and some day, even abroad. As Brandman University, we ll be able to be highly innovative as we expand our services to meet the needs of adult students. As part of Chapman University, we will continue to proudly uphold the heritage of academic excellence synonymous with a Chapman degree since I personally invite you to become acquainted with us and experience the vision and core values that drive us - quality academic programs, innovative delivery systems, and personalized student services. You can visit one of our campuses located throughout California and Washington, or visit us online at to see how we can expand your intellectual and professional horizons. Gary Brahm Chancellor ii
3 Table of Contents Message from the Chancellor... ii Conditions of Accuracy... 2 Academic Calendar Academic Programs... 7 General Information Financial Aid and Expenses Undergraduate Admission Undergraduate Academic Policies and Procedures Undergraduate Degree Requirements General Education Requirements Undergraduate Degree Programs Undergraduate Certificates Graduate Admission Graduate Academic Policies and Procedures Graduate Degree Programs Course Descriptions Directories Academic Campuses Index
4 2 Conditions of Accuracy The information within is accurate at the time of publication. Students are responsible for informing themselves of and satisfactorily meeting all requirements pertinent to their relationship with the University. Chapman University College reserves the right to make changes as circumstances demand with reference to admission, registration, tuition and fees, attendance, curriculum requirements, student conduct, academic standing, candidacy, and graduation. Chapman University College admits qualified students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the institution. Chapman University College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs, and employment. The University recognizes that students with documented disabilities, such as mobility, sensory, health, psychological and learning disorders may need additional resources to enable successful completion of academic coursework. Chapman University College will make efforts to provide reasonable accommodations to the extent that they do not compromise the integrity of any degree or certificate, do not fundamentally alter the nature of a program, or are unduly burdensome to the institution.
5 Academic Calendar University College students attend concentrated nine week sessions in which classes meet once a week, typically on weeknights. Sessions are offered on a year-round, five-session schedule. FALL SEMESTER- AUGUST 17, JANUARY 10, 2010 Fall Semester Session August 17, 2009 October 18, 2009 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Fall Semester Session 1 July 1 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply July 17 Pre-Registration July 20 - August 16 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations August 15 First day of instruction August 17 Tuition, unit based fees, and other charges due August 17 Last day to add classes August 23 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment August 31 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Fall Semester Session 2 September 1 Labor Day (Administrative Offices closed) September 7 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an "FW" October 4 Last day for change of grade option October 4 Last day of instruction October 18 All Grades due October 23 Degree Conferral Date October 31 3 Fall Semester Session October 26, January 10, 2010 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Fall Semester Session 2 September 1 Pre-Registration July 20 October 25 First day of instruction October 26 Tuition, unit based fees, and other charges due October 26 Last day to add classes November 1 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment November 8 Thanksgiving (Administrative Offices closed) November Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Spring Semester Session 1 December 1 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply December 4 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an "FW" December 13 Last day for change of grade option December 13 Holiday Break (No classes) December 21- January 3 Last day of instruction January 10, 2010 All Grades due January 15 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations January 16 Degree Conferral Date January 31
6 4 ACADEMIC CALENDAR SPRING SEMESTER- JANUARY 18, 2010 MAY 30, 2010 Spring Semester Session January 18, March 21, 2010 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Spring Semester Session 1 December 1, 2009 Pre-Registration December 14- January 17 First day of instruction January 18 Tuition, unit based fees, and other charges due January 18 Last day to add classes for Session 1 January 24 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Spring Semester Session 2 February 1 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment February 1 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply February 26 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an "FW" March 7 Last day for change of grade option March 7 Last day of instruction March 21 All Grades due March 26 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations March 27 Degree Conferral Date March 31 Spring Semester Session March 29, 2010 May 30, 2010 Pre-Registration December 14 March 28 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Spring Semester Session 2 February 1 First day of instruction March 29 Tuition, unit based fees, and other charges due March 29 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Summer Session April 1 Deadline to submit Commencement Attendance Reply Form April 2** Last day to add classes April 4 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment April 11 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply May 7 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an "FW" May 16 Last day for change of grade option May 16 Last day of instruction May 30 Memorial Day (Administrative Offices closed) May 31 All Grades due June 4 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations June 5 Degree Conferral Date June 30 **Graduation Ceremony Participation Students graduating at the end of Spring Semester Session 2 who wish to participate in this year's CUC commencement ceremony must submit their Degree Conferral Application by February 1, Students participating in the Northern and Southern commencement ceremonies must submit their Commencement Attendance Reply online by April 2, Students who wish to participate in this year's commencement ceremony but will complete degree requirements in Summer Session must complete their Degree Conferral Application by April 1, Students participating in the Northern and Southern commencement ceremonies must submit their Commencement Attendance Reply online by April 2, 2010.
7 SUMMER SESSION: June 7, August 15, 2010 One Nine Week Summer Session or Two Five Week Accelerated Summer Sessions Nine Week Summer Session- June 7, August 8, 2010 ACADEMIC CALENDAR Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Summer Session April 1 Pre-Registration May 10 June 6 First day of instruction June 7 Tuition, unit based fees, and other charges due June 7 Last day to add classes June 13 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment June 20 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Fall Session I July 1 Independence Day Observed (Administrative Offices closed) July 5 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply July 16 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an "FW" July 25 Last day for change of grade option July 25 Last day of instruction August 8 All Grades due August 13 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations August 14 Degree Conferral Date August 31 Accelerated Five Week Session 1- June 7, July 11, 2010 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Summer Session April 1 Pre-Registration May 10 June 6 First day of instruction June 7 Tuition, unit based fees, and other charges due June 7 Last day to add classes June 13 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment June 20 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Fall Session I July 1 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an FW July 2 Last day for change of grade option July 2 Independence Day Observed (Administrative Offices closed) July 5 Last day of instruction July 11 All Grades due July 16 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply July 16 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations August 14 Degree Conferral Date August 31
8 6 ACADEMIC CALENDAR Accelerated Five Week Session 2- July 12, August 15, 2010 Deadline to file Degree Conferral for Summer Session April 1 Pre-Registration May 10 July 11 First day of instruction July 12 Tuition, unit based fees, and other charges due July 12 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply July 16 Last day to add classes July 18 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment July 25 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an "FW" August 1 Last day for change of grade option August 1 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations August 14 Last day of instruction August 15 All Grades due August 20 Degree Conferral Date August 31 Graduate Comprehensive Examination dates and application deadlines are as follows: Comprehensive Exam Dates Deadline To Apply August 15, 2009 July 17, 2009 January 16, 2010 December 4, 2009 March 27, 2010 February 26, 2010 June 5, 2010 May 7, 2010 August 14, 2010 July 16, 2010 University College Degree Conferral Application deadlines are as follows: Session Session Date Conferral Dates Application Due Fall Semester Session 1 08/17/09 10/18/09 10/31/09 07/01/09 Fall Semester Session 2 10/26/09 01/10/10 01/31/10 09/01/09 Spring Semester Session 1 01/18/10 03/21/10 03/31/10 12/01/09 Spring Semester Session 2 03/29/10 05/30/10 06/30/10 02/01/10 Summer Session 06/07/10 08/15/10 08/31/10 04/01/10
9 Academic Programs The following degree and certificate programs are offered through Chapman University College. Programs may not be offered at all locations. Some programs are offered online and on ground, and some are offered online only. Please inquire with your local campus for further information. Associate of Arts General Education Undergraduate Degrees Programs, Emphases, and Certificates Bachelor of Arts Applied Studies Criminal Justice Early Childhood Development Legal Studies Liberal Studies: Multiple Subjects Teaching; Culture and Media Studies Organizational Leadership: Organizational Administration; Organizational Communication Psychology Social Science Sociology: Social Work Bachelor of Business Administration: Accounting; Entrepreneurship; Finance; General Business; Human Resources; Marketing; Information Systems Management; Organizational Communication; Organizational Leadership Bachelor of Science Computing Technology: Information Technology; Business Systems Administration; Project Management Undergraduate Certificate for Academic Credit Nutrition and Wellness Graduate Degree Programs, Emphases, and Certificates Master of Arts Career Counseling Criminal Justice Organizational Leadership Psychology: Counseling; Marriage and Family Therapy Master of Business Administration: Accounting; Entrepreneurship; Finance; Health Administration; Health Risk and Crisis Communication; Human Resources; International Business; Organizational Leadership; Marketing; e-business Strategic Management; Enterprise Resource Management; Information Security Management Master of Health Administration Master of Science Health Risk and Crisis Communication Human Resources 7
10 8 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Graduate Certificates for Academic Credit Administration and Leadership of Criminal Justice Organizations Career Counseling Criminal Justice Policy Gerontology Global Human Resources Health Risk and Crisis Communication Health Systems Administration Human Resources: Development; Management Organization Development Organizational Leadership Executive Certificate in Public and Nonprofit Leadership School of Education Graduate Credentials, Certificates, and Degree Programs Credential Programs in Education Multiple Subjects (SB 2042) Single Subject (SB 2042) Education Specialist: Preliminary Education Specialist Level I; Education Specialist Level II Administrative Services: Preliminary Administrative Services, Tier I; Professional Clear Administrative Services, Tier II Pupil Personnel Services: School Counseling; School Psychology Ryan Professional Clear Certificate Programs in Education California Teacher of English Language Learners (CTEL) that leads to the English Learner (EL) Authorization Professional Reading Master of Arts Education: Curriculum and Instruction; Educational Leadership and Administration; Instructional Technology; Leadership in Early Childhood Education; Professional Teaching Standards; Reading Education; Teaching and Learning; Professional Learning Community Education Specialist (Ed.S) in School Psychology/Master of Arts in Education Psychology and Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Psychology (PPSP) Educational Leadership and Administration with Administrative Services Credential, Tier 1 School Counseling and Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Counseling (PPSC) Special Education: Option #1; Option #2 with Level 2 Credential; Professional Learning Community Teaching: Elementary Education; Secondary Education; Special Education
11 9 CHAPMAN AT A GLANCE Chapman University Institutional Profile Chapman University is a 148-year-old independent institution of liberal arts and professional training dedicated to providing a solid foundation of knowledge that enables its graduates to become fully educated persons. Chapman is recognized for its liberal arts core, distinguished faculty, innovative programs and personalized attention to students. The University strives to develop in students the ability to think clearly, communicate effectively, explore issues from contrasting points of view, value human and cultural diversity and make informed ethical judgments in an increasingly complex world. History Chapman traces its roots to Hesperian College, opened at the very hour of Abraham Lincoln s inauguration as the sixteenth U. S. president. Hesperian and several other institutions later merged with California Christian College in Los Angeles. In 1934 the institution was renamed in recognition of its most generous benefactor, C. C. Chapman, a successful real estate investor, rancher, and pioneer Orange County church leader. The college moved to the city of Orange in In September of 1991 the college became Chapman University, further strengthening its commitment to international education and an innovative undergraduate curriculum and graduate programs. Chapman University College History For more than 50 years, Chapman University College campuses have served thousands of adult students who are interested in integrating higher education into their already busy lives. The central goal of University College is to help students develop their talents and to encourage them to extend their learning beyond the boundaries of the classroom as they pursue a lifetime of learning. The first adult program began at El Toro Marine Air Station in 1958 and soon other branches of the military requested degree programs for all military personnel. The majority of campuses are now community based, but the University does maintain a presence on many military bases. A wide range of graduate and undergraduate degree programs is offered at locations throughout California and Washington. Degree programs extend the educational objectives and historic purpose of Chapman University by recognizing and enhancing academic opportunities for nontraditional adult students. The University's reputation for excellence is consistent in every community it serves. Chapman University College was established to provide quality education for adult learners. The administration of Chapman University College is under the direction of the Chancellor of Chapman University College, the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, the Vice Chancellor of Enrollment and Student Affairs, the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and the Vice Chancellor of Marketing and Communications. This structure is designed to best meet the needs of the local communities served by Chapman University College. University College offers academic schedules with new sessions that start every 10 weeks on a year-round basis. Classes are offered online and in the evenings. Qualified full-time faculty, senior lecturers and adjunct faculty serve student needs in a variety of undergraduate, graduate, and credential programs. Each academic campus maintains a full-time professional staff that provides the personal attention to each student that is the hallmark of Chapman s University College program. In April 2009, University College announced it will become Brandman University, a separate, fully accredited university within the Chapman University System. Brandman University will have a dedicated focus on the adult student, allowing for the introduction of innovative education delivery approaches and greater diversity of degrees and credentials both online and on campus.
12 10 CHAPMAN AT A GLANCE Remaining part of Chapman University assures the student the same quality of instruction and distinction that has been synonymous with Chapman University since its founding in Mission The mission of Chapman University College is to provide students with a dynamic education based on excellence and flexibility that creates lasting value and relevance for evolving careers. The faculty of University College: Believe in continuous renewal and innovation. Believe in creating a participative and collaborative culture. Believe in ongoing academic and professional development. Value diversity and nurture respect for the contributions of all cultures. Stand for quality. Stand for success. Vision Chapman University College will be the recognized leader in the evolution of adult learning. Purpose Our purpose is to impart knowledge and skills that help students achieve their dreams. Values Innovative: We value new, viable ideas, and rigorously promote them. Respect: For each other, our students, our communities and our environment. Service-oriented: Through instruction and guidance we serve the needs of our students with knowledge and skills, putting others before ourselves. Teamwork: By supporting each other, we can accomplish more than what is possible individually. Integrity: Our personal and professional behavior is guided by honesty, ethics and conscience. Enrollment Approximately 12,000 students are enrolled in 25 academic campuses/sites throughout California and Washington. Faculty With 55 full-time faculty, 15 senior lecturers, and adjunct instructors and guest lecturers currently employed as professionals in the discipline, University College averages class sizes of Accreditation Chapman University College is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities, 985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda California, 94501; (510) The University s teacher training and credential programs are approved by the California State Department of Education. Membership Chapman is a member of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. It is also a member of the Independent Colleges of Southern California, the College Entrance Examination Board, the Western College Association, the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities, the American Council on Education, the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, and the Division of Higher Education of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). University College is affiliated with the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) and a member of the National Association of Institutions for Military Education Services (NAIMES). Church Relationship Chapman s roots are firmly grounded in its historic covenant with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). That rich spiritual legacy lives on through Chapman s focus on the development of the
13 CHAPMAN AT A GLANCE 11 ethical, spiritual, and intellectual person. A variety of religion courses and activities are offered, but not required. The dean of the chapel oversees an active interfaith program designed to meet the spiritual needs expressed in the religious backgrounds of the University s students, faculty, and staff. A full-time director of church relations strengthens the University s covenant with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) as well as provides programs for the broader ecumenical community.
14 12 General Information Non-discrimination Policy Chapman University College does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, color, age, disability, national origin, or ethnicity in any of its policies or practices, including, but not limited to admissions, academic requirements, financial aid or any other school-administered program or service. Freedom of Speech and Expression Freedom of speech, protected by the United States Constitution, is an especially important value within an academic community. Thus, all topics are appropriate for discussion and debate within the framework of academic inquiry. Students and student organizations are free to examine and discuss all questions of interest to them, and to express opinions publicly and privately. They are always free to support causes by orderly means which do not disrupt the regular and essential operation of the institution. At the same time, it is clear to the academic and the larger community that in their public expressions or demonstrations, students or student organizations speak only for themselves. Harassment Chapman University College is committed to providing an environment which is free from harassment, and every member of the University community must recognize that harassment of any type compromises the integrity of the University and the tradition of free and open inquiry among its members. Chapman also affirms its commitment to providing an environment in which each member of the University community feels free to comment on any issue or topic. It is the University s policy, therefore, to insist that all members of the University community are treated at all times with dignity and respect. The University has a strict policy which prohibits harassment in any form. This includes, but is not limited to, harassment because of age, disability, race, religion, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, marital status, sex, or sexual orientation. The University will not tolerate any conduct which has either the purpose or the effect of interfering with the work or scholastic performance of any member of the University community or creating an intimidating or hostile living, learning, or working environment. The University will also not tolerate any conduct which has the purpose or effect of singling out any specific group within the University community in a manner which leads to harassment or which creates an offensive working or learning environment for that group. It is a violation of University policy for anyone to engage in any form of harassment or to retaliate against a person who has initiated an inquiry or complaint. The right of confidentiality for any party involved in an alleged harassment incident, including the complainant and the accused, will be respected in so far as it does not interfere with the University s obligation to investigate allegations of misconduct and to take corrective action where appropriate. In keeping with its policies, Chapman University not only fully complies with all local, state, and federal laws concerning harassment, but also provides a means to assure fair treatment to any student or employee who believes the policy prohibiting harassment has been violated. It is the policy of the University that all charges of harassment be reviewed in a confidential, sensitive, and expeditious manner. For further information, please contact the Equal Opportunity Officer at (714) Local, State, and Federal Laws Students attending Chapman are subject to local, state, and federal laws. Chapman reserves the right to impose institutional sanctions for violations of public laws, even when such violations occur off University property. Students may also be subject to civil and/or criminal charges for offenses on Chapman property, if such offenses are in violation of local, state, or federal laws. Financial Responsibility It is expected that students shall be responsible for their financial obligations, both to the University and to the larger community. Students who do not meet their financial obligations may be prevented from further enrollment at Chapman and may be subject to conduct review.
15 GENERAL INFORMATION 13 Confidentiality of Student Records The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. They are: 1. The right to inspect and review the student s education records within 45 days of the day Chapman University receives a request for access. Students should submit to the Office of the Registrar written requests that identify the record(s) they wish to inspect. The Registrar will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the Office of the Registrar, the student shall be advised of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed. 2. The right to request the amendment of the student s education records that the student believes are inaccurate. Students may ask Chapman University to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate. They should write the Registrar, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate. If Chapman University decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, the student shall be notified of the decision and advised as to his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the student when notified of the right to a hearing. 3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception which permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by Chapman University in an administrative, supervisory, academic or research, or support staff position (including law enforcement personnel and health staff); a person or company with whom Chapman University has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the Board of Trustees; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate education interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. As allowed within FERPA guidelines, Chapman University may disclose education records without consent to officials of another school, upon request, in which a student seeks or intends to enroll. 4. The right to file a complaint with the U. S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Chapman University to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA is Family Policy Compliance Office, U. S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW., Washington, DC, At its discretion Chapman University may provide Directory Information in accordance with the provisions of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act. Directory Information is defined as that information which would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. Designated Directory Information at Chapman University includes the following: student name, permanent address, local address, temporary address, electronic mail address, telephone number, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, theses titles/topics, photograph, full-time/part-time status, most recent previous school attended, date and place of birth. Students may withhold Directory Information by notifying the Registrar in writing; please note that such withholding requests are binding for all information to all parties other than for those exceptions allowed under the Act. Students should consider all aspects of a Directory Hold prior to filing such a request. Although the initial request must be filed during the first two weeks of the enrollment period, requests for non-disclosure will be honored by the University for no more than one academic year. Re-authorization to withhold Directory Information must be filed annually in the Office of the Registrar within the first two weeks of the fall semester. Distance Learning Courses To provide increased access to high-quality education, Chapman offers an online option for a selection of courses in existing programs. In addition, fully online degrees are offered in many disciplines. These programs provide the opportunity for students who prefer the fully online environment to complete their degree from anywhere in the world. Students should consult their
16 14 GENERAL INFORMATION academic advisor for guidance and restrictions. Course programs and select course offerings are available at the Distance Learning website at The class schedule is also available through WebAdvisor. Chapman University College Extended Education The mission of Extended Education is to provide high-quality personalized education for those seeking education and training beyond or instead of a degree program. The department provides opportunities for upgrading professional skills to help meet the changing needs of the professional, educational, and technical world. This is done by offering a constantly changing mixture of specially designed courses (non-credit) and facilitating special symposiums, workshops, lectures and online interaction. These opportunities are available through many University College Campus locations. Course styles vary and can include traditional classes, independent study, and online courses. Program offerings focus in three major areas: 1) K-12 Education; 2) Business, Legal, and Technology; and 3) Leadership Services Program. For more information, visit us online at Library Resources and Services The library s web page ( is the starting point for accessing more than 300,000 items, including 10,000 E-books, 135 databases, and 34,000 full-text journals available 24/7. Students and faculty may borrow books and media from the Library's extensive physical collections, sent directly to their home, and supplemented by an efficient document delivery and interlibrary loan service through the Annenberg Satellite Education Information Center. Library instruction is available throughout the academic year, ensuring that students are connected to the information resources they need to succeed in their courses. Bookstore Chapman University College has an agreement with MBS Direct to provide textbooks for our students through Contact your local campus at CHAPMAN for questions on textbook ordering for your campus. Services for Students with Disabilities Program Chapman University is committed to making its educational opportunities accessible to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. By providing full access to qualified students with disabilities, Chapman University College demonstrates its belief that the community will benefit from the skills and talents of these individuals. In this regard, Chapman University has implemented the following policies: Chapman University strictly prohibits any form of discrimination on the basis of an individual s disability. Chapman University offers reasonable accommodations to otherwise qualified individuals. The Disabilities Specialist in the Disabilities Services Office administers these policies. Information concerning these policies is maintained in the Disabilities Services Office. Summaries and references to these policies are provided in the University s application and admissions materials. Any personal learning accommodations that may be needed by a student covered by the "Americans with Disabilities Act" must be made known to the Campus Director or Advisor as soon as possible. This is the student's responsibility. Information about services, academic modifications, and documentation requirements can be obtained from your local Chapman University College Campus Director. The Disabilities Services Office, located on the Orange Campus, serves as the clearinghouse for all requested accommodations. It is the responsibility of the student requesting accommodations to make these needs known in a timely fashion and to provide recent documentation and medical evaluations as required to the local Campus Director. It is recommended that the student provide these materials prior to the beginning of the academic year or session so that the University may better serve the student s needs and the student may avoid any irreversible academic consequences. Once notification has been made, University College, in collaboration with the Disabilities Services Office and the local campus, will engage in an interactive process in order to
17 GENERAL INFORMATION 15 identify and provide reasonable accommodations. Services provided will be based on the individual needs of the student, and may include extended test time, notetakers, readers, etc. The granting of any accommodation will not be retroactive and cannot jeopardize the academic standards or integrity of the course. Veterans and Service Personnel In accordance with Veterans Administration Regulation CFR , Chapman adheres to the Guidelines for Institutions Enrolling Veterans and Eligible Persons: Standards for Maintaining Adequate Records and Policies for Satisfactory Progress, Previous Education and Training, Conduct, and Attendance. 1. Chapman maintains a written record of previous education and training. Transcripts of college-level education are part of the record. The records clearly indicate that appropriate credit has been granted with training periods proportionately shortened and the VA so notified. Chapman University maintains an official record of previous education and training of the veteran or eligible person which clearly indicates that appropriate credit has been given by the institution for previous education and training, with the length of the degree program shortened proportionately. The veteran and VA will be notified of this official evaluation of prior education or training. 2. Chapman maintains adequate records to show the progress of each veteran. Records show continued pursuit at the rate for which enrolled and progress being made. Records include final grades in each subject for each session. Cumulative permanent records are maintained to reflect grades in all subjects undertaken. Students are not permitted to enroll repeatedly in courses not attended and withdraw without penalty. A veteran student may repeat a course in which a passing grade has been achieved only when a higher grade is required by the major. The school records reflect the point in time when educational benefits should be discontinued for unsatisfactory progress, unsatisfactory conduct, and withdrawals. The policy includes the grade point average (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) required for graduation. A minimum grade point average (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) must be maintained to achieve credit for a given proportion of the course load. Academic probation and means for dismissal are clearly delineated. VA interpretation of academic probation requires that a veteran student be placed on probation at the beginning of the session immediately following that in which the veteran student fails to maintain the minimum grade point average. A veteran student must meet the required academic standard during the probationary session or be subject to interruption of benefits and/or academic dismissal. The VA is notified when a student is determined to be making unsatisfactory progress resulting in interruption of benefits and/or academic dismissal. No veteran student will be considered to have made satisfactory progress when the student fails, receives no credit, or withdraws from all subjects undertaken when enrolled in two or more subjects, except when there are extenuating circumstances. 3. Chapman enforces a policy relative to standards of conduct and progress as defined in the undergraduate academic policies and procedures in this catalog. Class attendance policies are determined by each instructor and shall be included on the course syllabi distributed during the first week of each class. The university recommends as a minimal policy that students who are absent 20% of the course should be failed. Service members Opportunity Colleges (SOC) is a consortium of colleges and universities and functions in cooperation with the Department of Defense (DoD), the Military Services including the National Guard, and the Coast Guard to help meet the voluntary higher education needs of active service members and their family. A Service member and their adult family members in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps benefit by participating in a SOCAD, SOCNAV, SOCMAR, or SOCCOAST programs by obtaining a SOC student agreement contract. A SOC student agreement contract provides a student the flexibility to complete degree requirements by transferring courses from SOC network colleges back to Chapman University once they have met the residency requirements. A SOC agreement with Chapman University College is issued to a student, who has completed a minimum of 6 semester hours at Chapman, is admitted into a SOC 4-year degree program, and
18 16 GENERAL INFORMATION has submitted a Request for Student SOC Agreement which has been approved by the student's advisor. A student with a Student SOC Agreement has a 7-year time limit from when he/she is officially admitted to complete a degree in a SOC 4-year program. A degree will not be issued to a CUC SOC student who returns for an academic program no longer conferred by the University (i.e. Bachelor of Science in Electronics). An active service member may contact their CUC campus to obtain a Student SOC Agreement.
19 Financial Aid and Expenses The Financial Aid Office, located on the Orange campus, is responsible for awarding financial aid to all Chapman University students. Information and application materials are available from Financial Aid Specialists at each University College campus. The Specialists have been expressly trained and work closely with the Financial Aid Office to assure that all Chapman students are well served. All students who need financial assistance are encouraged to apply. Application Procedure To submit an application, students need only complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and submit it to the federal processor. Californians who are undergraduates are urged to complete the Cal Grant GPA Verification Form by March 2, When completing the FAFSA, please indicate Chapman University, Orange, California in step six of the form. The title IV school code for Chapman is The preferential filing date for mailing financial aid applications is March 2 of each year preceding the academic year. For the academic year, the preferential filing date is March 2, 2009, for the academic year, the date is March 2, Every effort will be made to assist those who apply after the preferential filing date; however, disbursement of assistance may be delayed, and funds may be exhausted in some grant programs. The federal government may require additional documentation from financial aid applicants, such as copies of tax returns. The government and the Financial Aid Office will notify students who need to provide additional documents. Students must be admitted to the University without restrictions in order to receive financial aid. Federal Student Aid Federal financial aid programs consist of Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants, Federal Stafford Loans, and Federal PLUS Loans. State of California Student Aid The State of California provides Cal Grants to financially and academically eligible undergraduates. Tuition and Unit-Based Fees Tuition and unit-based fees vary by academic campus. Please consult local campus for specific information. Non Unit-Based Fees Application $50 Re-application $50 Auditing (per credit) $60 Comprehensive exam fee $55 Undergraduate/Graduate Certificate Processing fee $40 Degree Conferral Processing fee $40 Lab and material fees Varies by course Late registration fee $50 Return check fee $25 Transcript $10 Transcript (additional charge for expedited service) $25 Add/Drop or Withdrawal - Tuition and Unit-Based Fees Credit Policy To add or drop a class, please see the appropriate "Academic Policies and Procedures" sections of this catalog. To add or drop a class, students must complete an Add/Drop Form. 17
20 18 FINANCIAL AID AND EXPENSES Dropping below full-time or part-time status will affect any financial aid that has been awarded. Please refer to the Financial Aid Office. Completely withdrawing from the University or dropping classes after the tuition and unitbased fees credit deadline does not affect students' financial obligation to the University. The date of withdrawal for purposes of tuition and unit-based fees credit shall be the date on which the class was dropped through WebAdvisor or at the campus. Students who register but do not attend classes will not receive a tuition and unit-based fees credit unless they officially withdraw by the posted tuition and unit-based fees credit deadlines. Students who receive federal financial aid are subject to a pro-rated return of federal funds. Any tuition and unit-based fees credits resulting from drops will be applied to the current balance, if applicable. Note: Failure to attend class or merely giving notice to an instructor will not be regarded as official notice of add/drop or withdrawal. Interest Charge Interest is calculated at percent per annum based on the student account balance at each month end and is calculated on the average daily balance. Interest rate is subject to change each June 1. Tuition and Unit-Based Fees Credit Granted Prior to the first day of classes 100% Within the first week of classes 90% Within the second week of classes 80% After the second week of classes none There are no exceptions to this policy.
21 Undergraduate Admission Students may enroll either as a "degree seeking student" in a particular academic program (including undecided) or as a "non-degree seeking student." Prospective students should consult the staff of the Chapman campus they wish to attend for specific information regarding enrollment forms and formal application procedures. Degree Seeking Student Applicants Students wishing to obtain a degree or certificate are required to make formal application and may apply for admission into a degree seeking program at any time. It is important to note that "degree seeking students" must meet the degree requirements published in the catalog current at the time of their formal admission acceptance. Admission status is valid for one year from date of admission. Students must have completed 12 or more transferable baccalaureate level credits or the equivalent for admission to University College. The 12 credits may consist of all or any combination of the following credit types: transfer work, dual credit, Advanced Placement, international Baccalaureate, approved PLA (Prior Learning Assessment), CLEP (College Level Examination Program), and DANTES Subject Standardized Test (DSST) scores. Prospective students must submit the following: 1. Completed application package with $50 application fee. Applications are available online. 2. Official transcripts from ALL colleges and universities attended. Only credits from regionally accredited institutions will be accepted in transfer. Failure to report any previous academic work at another college or university is considered a violation of academic integrity. A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA in all prior college-level coursework is required for formal admission into an undergraduate degree or certificate program. The grade point average that determines admission is based solely on work at other regionally accredited post-secondary institutions. Official documents submitted for admission consideration become property of the University and cannot be returned or copied for distribution. Students are not eligible for Financial Aid until regular admission status is achieved. Non-Degree Seeking Student Enrollees Students wishing to take credit courses for personal enrichment, job improvement or reasons other than to complete a degree program at Chapman may enroll as non-degree seeking students." "Non-degree seeking students" are required to fill out a brief enrollment information form each session that they are enrolled and must meet all the prerequisites published in the catalog for enrollment in the individual courses. High school completion (diploma) or its equivalent is required for enrollment in any Chapman University College course. There is no limit on the number of credits that may be taken by a "non-degree seeking student." However there is also no guarantee that such courses taken as a "non-degree seeking student" will be accepted toward meeting degree program requirements if the student formally applies for "degree seeking student" status at a later date. That student will then need to meet the degree requirements in the catalog current at the time of his or her formal admission acceptance into the degree program. Admission status is valid for one year from date of admission. If formally admitted to a degree program, an official evaluation will be completed to determine which program requirements have been met. A "non-degree seeking student" is ineligible to receive most types of financial aid. 19
22 20 Undergraduate Academic Policies and Procedures Catalog The catalog assigned to newly admitted students is determined by the date of formal admission. Admission status is valid for one year from date of admission. Students must meet the degree requirements of the catalog under which they are admitted or may select a later catalog for a year in which they are enrolled. However, for all other policies (except degree requirements and limitations of credit), students must adhere to the current catalog for each year they are enrolled. Statements in the catalog are for informational purposes and should not be considered as the basis of a contract between students and the University. Information regarding any changes in degree programs, graduation requirements, or academic policies will be made available by the Office of the Registrar and the appropriate academic Schools. Transfer Credit Policies General Transfer Credit Policy Only credit from regionally accredited institutions is evaluated for transferability. Credit is given for baccalaureate courses excluding preparatory level, technical, vocational, professional, work experience/co-op credit. These credits are not accepted even if accepted as baccalaureate degree applicable at the home institution. (See Associate Degree Block Transfer section regarding transferability of coursework contained within transfer AA/AS degree programs.) No internship or practicum credit is accepted in transfer. Independent study and special topics credit in transfer is not automatically accepted. Materials detailing the content studied may be submitted for credit consideration. CSU course transferability does not guarantee transfer to Chapman. Coursework does not duplicate or overlap previous work. Transfer and Cumulative GPA Calculation All transferable baccalaureate credit attempted is calculated into the transfer and cumulative GPAs. When a course is repeated in transfer from one or more transfer institutions the credit and grade for the course with the higher grade is counted in the transfer and cumulative GPAs. When a course is repeated at Chapman and a transfer institution, only credit for one course will apply and both grades are calculated into the cumulative GPA. GE Block Transfer Completion of the full CSU or UC IGETC certification (CA), Washington and Oregon state-approved Direct Transfer degrees or other state s equivalent transfer certification prior to the student being admitted, enrolled and attending his/her first session in a bachelor degree program at Chapman satisfies all Chapman University College GE requirements except LBSU 300. Associate Degree Block Transfer Chapman University College awards a minimum of 60 semester credits for successful completion of an Associate degree from regionally accredited colleges and universities. Associate degrees must be completed prior to the student being admitted, enrolled and attending his/her first session in a bachelor degree program. The coursework toward completion of the associate's degree will be evaluated for general education and major requirements. The remaining credit needed to reach 60 credits will be added to the record as general elective credit. Additional coursework from regionally accredited colleges and universities beyond the associate's degree will be individually evaluated for credit. If a student is admitted during a semester/session and is currently enrolled and attending in that semester, then the Associate Degree Block Transfer option would be allowed if completed prior to the next session start date.
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