What is a Chapman WebAdvisor?


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As of 2014, the Chapman WebAdvisor is an online tool that allows faculty, students and guest users at Chapman University to access information on the university's administrative database.

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Using WebAdvisor, students can register for classes and track their course schedules, financial records, transcripts and academic program evaluations. Faculty members can use the program to monitor class attendance, activities and assignments. They can also update students' grades and provide class advisee information. Prospective students can access Chapman's course descriptions and view information about transferring course credits from another school. User registration information, including user names and passwords, is provided by the university to students after application. Teachers receive their passwords at the beginning of their terms of teaching.

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