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First-year student admission is for applicants entering directly from high school, without enrolling in prior post-secondary course work (other than college courses completed while attending high school).
Chatham University welcomes applications from transfer candidates both from in the United States as well as other countries. Transfer students at Chatham are part of a vibrant community, as more than one-third of Chatham students are transfer students. Transfer students coming into Chatham may transfer up to 90 credits previously earned from a two-year or four-year accredited college or university where the student has earned a C or higher. A preliminary evaluation of transfer credit can be made prior to admission to provide an indication of class standing. Contact us today to get started!
Chatham University, in an effort to recognize academic excellence, awards scholarships to deserving incoming full-time students. Many of these scholarships are funded by our various endowed scholarships. To qualify for a Chatham Scholarship, students must complete an admissions application, be granted acceptance to the University, and, in some cases, interview or audition. Premier scholarships require a separate application. Please see our scholarship website for more details. >
The best way to get to know Chatham is to visit! We offer daily visits (M-F) as well as on select Saturdays during the spring and fall. A daily visit can be customized to your interests and will include a campus tour with a current student and a meeting with your admission counselor. In addition to daily visits, special visit events are offered throughout the year. which provide an opportunity to explore Chatham, meet with current students, meet faculty and coaches, and really see why our students love our location in Pittsburgh. Schedule today at https://www.chatham.edu/admission/visit.cfm
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