Campus Connections

Fish Interfaith Center

Jennifer Heatley – Assistant to the Dean

heatley@chapman.edu

The Fish Interfaith Center assists students in their spiritual journeys and equips leaders for interfaith understanding in the world through the center’s award-winning Wallace All Faiths Chapel and interfaith programming. At the Fish Interfaith Center, we believe that everyone should have a place to worship and to practice their beliefs in a safe, sacred space. We provide students of all faiths the opportunity to utilize our facilities at any time – to study, meditate, and pray. We also provide a forum for respectful interfaith dialogue for students seeking spiritual growth, or simply for those who wish to learn more about other religions and beliefs.

Through our various events, speakers, and dialogues we seek to give students the chance to not only grow in their own spiritual way – but to learn to accept the beliefs of others, and constantly thrive to create a peaceful environment for the entire Chapman community. Whether you’re looking for a spiritual group to join, a quiet space, or just someone to talk to, we at the Fish Interfaith Center are here for you. For any additional information, please contact us at any time!

The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education

Marilyn Harran – Director, The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education

harran@chapman.edu

Holocaust education at Chapman University has grown from a single course into a distinctive multi-faceted program.  The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education is one of only a very few centers in the United States located in and supported by a private university.

J Street U

jstreetuchapman@gmail.com

J Street U Facebook

J Street U is the campus arm of J Street, a political advocacy organization advocating for a negotiated two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Alpha Epsilon Pi

info@chapmanaepi.com

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