Pittsburgh Pathways Campuses
Eden Hall Campus
Pathways students live at Chatham's new Eden Hall Campus, 25 minutes north of Pittsburgh. It's the world's first academic campus built for the study of the environment and sustainability. It's the world's first academic campus built for the study of the environment and sustainability. This green campus uses environmentally responsible technologies to reduce carbon emissions to zero, manage all of the waste on campus, and produce more energy than it consumes.
Eden Hall Campus is surrounded by woodlands with deer, owls, and foxes. The food at Eden Hall is some of the best in Pittsburgh. Much of the food is grown on campus in the gardens, greenhouses, and aquaponics lab, and it is served fresh in a farm-to-table concept. Dishes vary, but include American and international foods.
Chatham's Shadyside campus looks and feels like a park with many beautiful trees, charming mansions, and roaming animals. Shadyside Campus is 15 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh and within walking distance to vibrant neighborhoods like Shadyside, Squirrel Hill, and Oakland. Chatham students frequently mention the campus as one of the main reasons why they chose to study here.
The Shadyside Campus is home to the Athletic and Fitness Center, featuring squash courts, a climbing wall, an eight-lane swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, and steam-room along with gym equipment and a yoga/dance studio. It also offers CafÃ© Rachel, the Carriage House with TV and juice bar, and plenty of grassy spaces for playing Frisbee, enjoying the sun, or just relaxing with friends.
A shuttle runs throughout the day from Eden Hall to Shadyside Campus for students to attend classes, events, and other activities. Eden Hall also offers round-the-clock safety and security.