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Chatfield College President Tafaro Announces Retirement

John P. Tafaro, president of Chatfield College, has announced his retirement after more than ten years in the position.  “It has been a great honor and privilege to serve as Chatfield’s fifth president” he explained. “We have a wonderful board, faculty and staff, and it has been an honor to work with so many great…

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Student Profile Terry Weathersby

Terry Weathersby, a student at the Over-the-Rhine (OTR) campus, is spending her summer interning with BASF, the world’s largest Chemical Company. BASF is headquartered in Germany, but maintains extensive US operations, including in Wyandot, Michigan, where Terry works.  BASF has been a great partner of Chatfield College over the years, providing funding for the state-of-the-art,…

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Faculty Profile – Kathy Broomall

Kathy Broomall is the Chair of Physical, Life, and Social Sciences at Chatfield College, where she is responsible for all science courses and programs at both the St. Martin and Over-the-Rhine campuses. Kathy earned her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Northern Kentucky University and then earned her PhD in Anatomy and Cell Biology from the…

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Gracie Roades to Attend University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Program

Once Chatfield’s tagline, “Big Dreams Come True Here”, this mantra still rings true. Especially for Gracie Roades, a student of the St. Martin campus who will be attending the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, often known as DAAP, this upcoming fall. The DAAP program is ranked among the best of…

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Student Profile- Hunter Ellis

Every college campus has them—the student who goes above and beyond, is always busy with some activity or club, and helps rally the other students behind a cause. Hunter Ellis is that student at Chatfield College’s St. Martin campus. Coming to Chatfield as a College Credit Plus (CCP) student as just a sophomore in high…

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What is Lent and are you ready for it?

By: Allison Carrelli – Fitzpatrick Hello fellow students and staff! Lent is right around the corner, for those of you who did not know, and for those of you who did, are you ready? If you are like me, this may be the first time you are taking Lent seriously, in the perspective of a…

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Reads for Black History Month

Black History Month is upon us and with it, the opportunity to pick up a great book by an African American author. The Chatfield College library has many books on African American history, and many by black authors – however a plethora of awesome titles are available to you through the SEO consortium and the…

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Live Stream of Lessons and Carols

LIVE STREAM Chatfield College presented Lessons and Carols on Friday, December 7, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the Sacred Heart Chapel, with a reception following in the Welcome Center on the St. Martin Campus in Brown County. Lessons and Carols remind us of the meaning of the Advent Season through music and selected readings by…

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Alumni Profile- Beth Myers

Who says you can’t go home? Coming back to Chatfield as a staff member after graduating a few years prior felt like coming home to Beth Myers. Working as an admissions counselor at the Brown County campus, Beth has a unique perspective to share with students—because she’s been in their shoes. Beth first attended Chatfield…

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Retirement Plans Provide Both Risk and Opportunity

According to the American Benefits Council, nearly 100 million Americans participate in “qualified”, pre-tax retirement plans, such as IRAs, 401(k)s, SEPs, SIMPLEs, or if you have worked in a non-profit environment, 403(b)s.  If you are one of them, and are age 70 ½ or older, or know someone who is both, you will want to…

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