Chatham University was found in the year 1869. The university was established as a private institution offering liberal arts programs in the US. Initial years, the university was a women’s college, and now it’s a co-educational institute. Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Chatham has a campus size of 427 acres. The Princeton Review recently ranked Chatham as of the Top 50 Green Colleges.
The university offers over 60 bachelors and masters programs in specialized areas such as sustainability, health and wellness, business and communications, and the arts and sciences. The Falk School of Sustainability has made Chatham an acknowledged leader in sustainability Chatham also offers an integrated program for students to earn a Bachelors and Masters Degree in five years. Students can also attain a degree from the partner program at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College.
Approximately 170 students from 25 countries add diversity to the 2200 student campus. Nearly 1000 students are enrolled in full-time undergraduate programs at the Chatham University. The student-faculty ratio is one of the best in the US, with one faulty for every 11 students at the campus. 92.8% of the faculties hold a Ph.D. or a terminal degree.
Chatham University encourages community involvement to students through various student organizations and activities. The home team, Cougars, compete in the NCAA Division III Presidents Athletic Conference
Notable Alumni – Rachel Carson (Environmentalist), Muriel Bowser (Mayor of the District of Columbia), Lea Wait (Author)
Chatham University Programs
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Bachelors: USD 36276
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Bachelors: 15th March – Fall, Nov 1st – Spring
Deadlines vary for each program, please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Chatham University Rankings
RegionalUnited States of America
Woodland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15232,United States of America