Big Thinking For A Big World
Whether you are in high school considering what college to attend, or looking to advance your career with a graduate program, the Chatham University academic experience is dedicated to enabling its graduates to make an impact on the world around them.
Chatham University provides bachelors, masters, and doctoral degree programs in both traditional, on-campus formats and distance online education. Beginning in the Fall 2015 academic year, all Chatham undergraduate programs will be open to women and men, joining our graduate, online, and Falk School of Sustainability programs that are all currently coeducational.
What Does Chatham Offer?
- Undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1 (total university is 11:1)
- More than 500 courses of study
- More than 140 years of history and tradition
- Graduate and continuing education programs
- Ability to earn a bachelor's plus master's degree in as few as five years
- State-of-the-art courses, facilities, and equipment
- Tuition assistance, grants, scholarships and graduate assistantships
- Falk School of Sustainability
- Office of Sustainability
- Rachel Carson Institute
- Eden Hall Campus
- Chatham's Climate Commitment