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Anonymous shared this review of Chapman University on Jun 3rd, 2018
"Use the education benefit for yourself or dependent. Many people don't use it and it is a tremendous benefit that helps you get the most out of your time."
Anonymous shared this review of Chapman University on Jun 2nd, 2017
"It overall is great! Really understanding community and supportive. Pay is on the lower side."
Anonymous shared this review of Chapman University on Mar 21st, 2016
"Senior Staff and Administration predominantly male. Lots of support staff positions on campus, most (if not all) of which are staffed by females. No work-from-home options for staff (administrators have the option). Had a child care facility on campus, but is now gone. There have been several attempts to reinstate. Lots of room for improvement for working mothers. Wages are lower than median (compared to public sector), but if you take advantage of the free education it pays off. Not a lot of room for growth, however, so that degree will likely be paying off elsewhere."