Chapman University is a private university serving its student, faculty, and staff community. The Leatherby Libraries’ mission is to support the teaching and research needs of the Chapman University community. K-12 group tours and access to the Library’s facilities for class assignments and projects, not affiliated with a Chapman University-sponsored program, are decided on a case-by-case basis. Approval for K-12 students to tour or use the Library may be limited due to the following:
- Collection and resources may not be age-appropriate to the class assignment and/or project.
- Only one designated “public” computer provided with limitation to 30-minute use per person. This computer is provided for Chapman University guests. This is a non-filtered computer that may not be appropriate for K-12 age students. It does not have print capability.
- Priority given to CU students for reference services; reference desk normally staffed by one librarian.
- Study space is limited and priority is given to the CU community.
Any requests for tours or use of the Library for class assignments/projects should be directed to: Carolyn Radcliff, Chair of Public Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org