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First-Time Student

Click here for a printable version of the Chatfield College Admissions Checklist

Starting college can be intimidating.  If you follow the simple steps below, the application process is sure to be painless.

1.     Complete an application online or print a paper copy
       to send by mail.
        Chatfield does not have an application fee for students who apply

2.     Provide official high school transcripts or GED scores
        High school seniors may submit a partial transcript that shows              
        completion of at 
least 7 semesters.  However, a final transcript will be
        required upon high school 

        All official transcripts must be mailed directly to Chatfield College at the
        following address:

        Admissions Office                Admissions Office   
        Chatfield College        OR     Chatfield College
        20918 State Route 251        1800 Logan Street
        St. Martin, OH 45118           Cincinnati, OH 45202
3.     Campus Visit

4.     Meet with Financial Aid
        Chatfield offers several options for financial aid to qualified students
scholarships, need-based grants, and work-study      
        opportunities, and low-interest 
loans.  To get a head start, you may
        begin by filling out the Free Application for 
Federal Student Aid
        (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Chatfield’s school code is 

5.     Schedule your Placement Test
        Contact an admissions counselor to schedule an ASSET placement
        test.  This
test will allow Chatfield to identify your strengths and needs
        in math, reading,
writing, and computer skills so that we can build a
        solid plan for your academic 
success in college.  Appointments are
        available Monday through Friday, from 9
am to 5 pm, and on select
        Saturdays.  Please allow approximately 2 to 3 hours 
for the exam.

6.     Register for classes
        Meet with an Academic Advisor to discuss your educational goals and
registered for classes.

7.     Orientation
        Attend orientation to finalize paperwork and learn about available
        resources to 
help students successfully transition into college.


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