Chatham University

Gateway Adult Students

Gateway Adult Students

For first year students 23 years of age or older...

There are several unique advantages to being a Gateway student:

Prior Learning Assessment Prior Learning Assessment is meant to assist Gateway students in identifying areas of college-level experiential learning. As such, degree-seeking Gateway students have an opportunity to be awarded academic credit for post-secondary knowledge gained prior to matriculating at Chatham University. Gateway students wishing to develop a portfolio are enrolled in a course that guides students through each and every step of the portfolio development process. Accordingly, Gateway students can potentially earn a maximum of 30 credits towards their educational goals. Read more about portfolio development for Gateway students.