5 SoCal Stereotypes Made True by Chapman Students

by Annie Sullivan


1. “People are always surfing”


In 2012, Chapman University students in the Freshman Foundations Course (FFC), The Surfing Industry, had the opportunity to take a professional surf lessons as part of the class requirements.


2. “It’s full of beautiful women”

Chapman’s study body is notoriously beautiful, and with it’s male to female ratio being 43% to 57%, this stereotype can be illustrated daily on a stroll through campus.


3. “Everyone has nice cars”

Have you looked around in the Lastinger parking lot recently?


4. “It’s a party all the time”


With the help of Red Bull and Chapman Radio, Matt King and several other Chapman Students congregated to celebrate the start of the 2014 fall semester at the dorm pool. Photo credit: Tommy Driver


5. “It’s always sunny”

Chapman University’s website boasts, “you’ll come for the academics and Chapman’s unique learning environment, but you’ll stay for the laid back, beachfront, sun soaked lifestyle and all the wonderful things that Southern California has to offer.”

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