The journey to your home can be filled with a lot of experiences. Maybe you chose the first school because of friends, or the excitement of a campus filled with thousands of people. And, maybe you realized that you need something more personal. We’re proud of you for owning your future and we’ll make your transfer easy for you. We’re glad that you will now call Chatfield home!
Transfer Credit to Chatfield from another institution
Students wishing to transfer credit earned at another regionally accredited academic institution must submit an official transcript to the Registrar’s Office for evaluation. The student must have earned a grade C or higher for a class to be considered for transfer credit. The Registrar’s Office will evaluate each transcript and award credit for equivalent Chatfield courses on a case-by-case basis. Grades earned for transfer credit will be printed on a student’s Chatfield transcript, but will not be calculated into the student’s cumulative GPA. In order to receive a Chatfield College of associate of arts degree, students must complete the last 17 credit hours at Chatfield. (Chatfield Student Handbook, page 37)
|Steps:||What You Need to Do:|
|Step 1||Complete an online application|
|Step 2||Send your official high school transcripts or GED to:
20918 St. Rt. 251
St. Martin, OH 45118
|Step 3||Submit official college transcripts
Mail an official, sealed transcript from each college and university you have attended to your admissions counselor.
|Step 4||Schedule your campus visit|
|Step 5||Meet with Financial Aid
Chatfield offers several options for financial aid to qualified students including scholarships, need-based grants, and work-study opportunities, and low-interest loans. To get a head start, you may begin by filling out the FAFSA using Chatfield’s school code 010880.
|Step 6||Meet with an academic advisor to discuss your educational goals and get registered for classes.|
|Step 7||Attend Orientation|
Click here for a printable version of the Chatfield College Admissions Checklist.