Join us for Scholarship Interview Day, a special event for prospective undergraduate students and their parents/guardians.
At this event, students have an opportunity to participate in an educational session, to interview for additional scholarships from Chatham, and to learn about other available scholarship programs.
In addition, individual and group financial aid sessions will be provided to answer questions about financial support and making your college education affordable at Chatham. Support will also be provided for completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and more.
For questions or to request disability-related accommodations that will facilitate full participation in the event for you/guests, please contact the Office of Admission at 412-365-1825 or email@example.com by Friday, February 7.
with student workshops and parent scholarship info sessions
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Women interested in the Chatham College for Women at Chatham University can participate in the World Ready Women (WRW) Scholarship Program. Learn how to enhance your negotiation and leadership skills in a workshop lead by the Heinz Negotiation Academy for Women.
Men and women interested in the Bachelor of Sustainability from the Falk School of Sustainability (FSS) at Chatham University can participate in the inaugural Eden Hall Campus (EHC) Scholarship Program. Students will participate in a hands-on sustainability workshop with FSS faculty and graduate students.
Parents and guardians can hear all about other scholarship programs available to undergraduate students at Chatham including alumni, corporate, and government-funded programs such as the Dollar Bank Scholars program, the S-STEM Scholars program, Girl Scout, alumnae legacy, and individual academic program scholarships.
Meet with representatives from Chatham's financial aid office to review your FAFSA, discuss your financial aid options, and get answers to all your questions.
with scholarship competitions
11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
As part of the WRW Scholarship Program, admitted students will interview with Chatham faculty or alumnae for a chance to receive a WRW scholarship (up to $3,000 in additional scholarship aid).
As part of the EHC Scholarship Program, admitted students will interview with FSS faculty for a chance to receive an EHC scholarship (up to $3,000 in additional scholarship aid).
Additional interviews will also be available to admitted students for awards ranging from $1,000 to $10,000. Contact your admission counselor to find out more about these specific opportunities.
* To be eligible for the scholarship, students are required to attend one of the two Scholarship Interview Day events held on Sunday, December 8 or Saturday, February 15, participate in an interview, be admitted prior to interview, enroll at Chatham as a full-time student, and remain in good academic standing with the University throughout their time here.