Chapman University
COVID-19 Resources

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Latest covid indicators

Under all CDC community levels, Chapman University’s protocol is that any faculty, staff and students with symptoms or who has been exposed to COVID-19 should get tested. When Orange County’s community level is at high, visitors to campus should complete the Visitor Health Survey.

Current Community Level: LOW

Learn more about the COVID-19 Community Levels (Tiers)

With the rise of at-home COVID testing by everyone, including our campus community, we are shifting to relying more on CDC data. As a result, the Chapman COVID-19 Dashboard will no longer report campus and Orange County data. Please see the CU Staying Healthy Covid Resources page to learn more about low-exposure notices and CDC COVID-19 community level information 

vaccination data

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Low Exposure Notice for Chapman Students

Low exposure notifications are used to notify students that a COVID-19 case has been identified in a communal setting (i.e. classrooms, gyms, and community areas). Please see the dashboard below for the list of locations and dates identified.

The risk of developing COVID-19 from this exposure is low, however, you should monitor yourself for symptoms of infection for 14 days from this exposure. Signs and symptoms may include: fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, fatigue, congestion, headaches, and body aches.

You do not need to be quarantined and you may access campus as normal. However, if you start to experience any of these symptoms you should stay home and follow up with the Student Health Center for follow up testing.

For questions and concerns about this notice, feel to email our Chapman University Internal Contact Tracing team at contacttracingteam@chapman.edu.

AB Potential Exposure Notice for Chapman Employees

There was an individual in each building listed in the chart below who has tested positive for COVID-19.

This is a notice of a potential exposure. The purpose of this notification is to encourage you to monitor for any symptom development and to provide transparency throughout the Chapman community.

Staff required to be onsite will continue to be required to be onsite even after such a notification unless they experience COVID-like symptoms. Anyone with a documented and approved exemption can continue to work remotely.

If you have questions about this notice, please do not hesitate to contact Chapman University’s COVID-19 Internal Contact Tracing team at contacttracingteam@chapman.edu.