Chatfield is one college with two unique locations. The original St. Martin campus near Fayetteville is located on approximately 100 beautifully wooded acres in the northern Brown County panhandle. While its reputation as the “little college in the woods” is well deserved, the St. Martin campus is less than 20 minutes from the eastern suburbs of Cincinnati. Chatfield’s original campus is just a few miles north of State Route 32 near the intersection of US50 and US68. Students from Clermont, Brown, Clinton, Highland and Adams County find traveling to St. Martin an easy commute.
Our urban Cincinnati campus is located on the corner of Central Parkway and Liberty Street in the heart of Over-the-Rhine. Findlay Market, Washington Park, Music Hall, and the Cincinnati Ballet are all a short walk from our front door. Nine bus lines, the Central Parkway bike lane, and the Cincinnati Street Car make Chatfield College one of the most accessible locations in the city. With a small park and renovated historic buildings, Chatfield’s Cincinnati campus brings the history and rural tradition of the college into one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in the city.
Either campus you choose offers a welcoming environment and a supportive learning experience.