This webpage provides information about Chatfield College that pertains to certain disclosure requirements of the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), as amended and its implementing regulations.
Full-time retention rate (2019 cohort): 42%
Graduation rate (2019 cohort): 22%
Graduates who go on to further study within 3 years: 66%
- Financial Aid Statistics
- National Student Loan Data System
- Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator is a tool designed to help students estimate what it may cost to attend Chatfield College. This is an estimate based on the cost of attendance and the financial aid that was provided to full-time, first-time degree-seeking students. The Net Price Calculator is not intended to provide estimates for transfer, readmitted, continuing, or part-time students. The actual net price can vary significantly based on student eligibility for grants and scholarships. The submission of the FAFSA is the only way to obtain a true and accurate determination of eligibility. Estimates can be found by clicking on our Net Price Calculator link.
- Retention and Graduation Rates
- Withdrawal and Refund Policy
- Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy
- Tuition + Fees
- 2021-22 academic calendar
- Academic program requirements
- Admissions Policy
- Alcohol + Substance Abuse Policy
- Copyright Infringement Policy
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Grading system
- Post-graduate transfer rate
- Student body + other college statistics
- Student handbook+ course catalog
- Title IX (Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Violence Policy)
- Voter registration form
Chatfield College is committed to our students, staff, faculty, and legitimate visitors, enjoying a secure and safe setting. For this to occur, all those attending will be expected to adhere to policies and procedures implemented at the college. Although our campuses are relatively secure, the fact that crime can take place is always possible. We all have a duty to share a responsibility in prevention efforts.
- Keep your vehicles locked
- Keep your personal property secured
- While leaving at night, walk-in groups
- Stay away from secluded areas
- If you need an escort to your vehicle, notify office or maintenance personnel
How To Report a Crime
Crimes must be immediately reported.
- Cincinnati Campus:
- Cincinnati Police District 1: (513) 352-3505
- In an emergency, call 9-1-1
- St. Martin Campus:
- Brown County Sheriff's Department: (937) 378-4155
- In an emergency, call 9-1-1
Chatfield College will make every attempt to issue appropriate warnings in the event of a situation, on or off-campus, which constitutes a threat to the campus community.
Crimes reported to counseling centers are confidential by law. Some off-campus reports may also be legally confidential, such as clergy, social agencies, and hospitals. Reports that are confidential by law will not be reported to the College for inclusion in our annual Crime Statistics report. Crimes reported to College officials are included in our annual Crime and Safety report.
If you are the victim of a crime and do not want to pursue action within the College disciplinary system, you may still want to consider making a confidential report. Such reports will be kept with the Chief Academic Officer & Dean and included in the annual crime statistics for the institution.
Sexual Offense Procedures
In the event a sexual offense should occur, victims are strongly encouraged to report the incident to law enforcement. College personnel will assist students as requested in notifying the proper authorities. The victim should not change clothes or otherwise cleanse his/herself before going to the hospital in order to preserve physical evidence that may be needed for investigation and prosecution. If the victim is reluctant to contact law enforcement, she/he should still seek treatment at a hospital to preserve evidence and address any health concerns.
In cases of alleged sexual offenses, the College will follow the Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Policy as published in the student handbook.
Victims that want to request a change in their academic situation may do so by contacting the Academic Dean.
The unlawful possession, use, or distribution of drugs and/or alcohol by students or employees on college property or as a part of any college activity is prohibited. Violators will be prosecuted in accordance with applicable laws and ordinances and will be subject to disciplinary actions by the college, in conformance with Chatfield College Student Code of Conduct, Alcohol Policy, and/or Drug Policy. Sanctions for violations may include suspension, and/or termination/dismissal, as well as compulsory attendance at drug/alcohol education programs or other appropriate disciplinary measures.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law prohibiting discrimination based on sex in education programs and activities that receive federal assistance. The types of discrimination that are covered under Title IX include sexual harassment, failure to provide equal opportunity in courses and programs, and discrimination based on pregnancy.
Chatfield College recognizes all forms of discrimination based on sex, specifically sexual harassment and sexual misconduct, which includes domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking (terms are defined under other Federal laws called the Clery Act and the Violence Against Women Act).
Click here for Chatfield's policy on discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct.
If any person(s) experiences sexual misconduct, they should reach out to the Title IX Coordinator to make a report or request assistance.
Chatfield College Title IX Coordinator:
20918 State Route 251
St. Martin, OH 45118
513-875-3344 ext. 114
Title IX Training Resources
- Level 1: Higher education annual Clery training and intro to Title IX basics
- Level 2: Higher education Title IX coordinator training
- Level 2: Higher education Title IX decision-maker training
- Level 2: Higher education Title IX appeals officer training
Click here to read the Withdraw and Refund Policy
Students are expected to complete complaint procedures as outlined in the Student Handbook prior to submission of complaints to the agencies below.
To submit a complaint with the Higher Learning Commission, please click here.
To submit a complaint to the Ohio Department of Higher Education, please click here.