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In Person Classes Resume in Fall

By Christina Mullis / July 20, 2020 / Comments Off on In Person Classes Resume in Fall

Chatfield College announces plans to resume in-person and online classes for the Fall Term, which will run from August 17-November 23, 2020. The administration has approved a Coronavirus (Covid-19) Infectious…

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Covid-19 Preparedness Plan

By Christina Mullis / July 2, 2020 / Comments Off on Covid-19 Preparedness Plan

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We Support the Black Community

By Christina Mullis / June 9, 2020 /

Chatfield College joins those who are speaking out against violence and seeking racial justice in America. Words alone are not adequate; only sustained action will place us on a path…

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Stay At Home Order

By Christina Mullis / March 23, 2020 / Comments Off on Stay At Home Order

Based on Governor DeWine’s announcement and the “Stay At Home Order” issued by Ohio Director of Health, Amy Acton, the College asks all employees to work remotely until further notice,…

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Covid-19 Update

By Christina Mullis / March 16, 2020 / Comments Off on Covid-19 Update

COVID-19 Important Update Chatfield College remains committed to providing as much information as possible about the COVID-19 impact on our community. Our goal is to protect the health and well-being…

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Free Spectrum internet being offered for some households for 2 months

By Christina Mullis / March 16, 2020 / Comments Off on Free Spectrum internet being offered for some households for 2 months

Charter Communications says that as part of the effort to help people deal with impacts of coronavirus, it will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to…

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A Notice About COVID-19

By Christina Mullis / March 12, 2020 / Comments Off on A Notice About COVID-19

March 13, 2020 Dear Members of the Chatfield community, We are committed to the health and safety of our faculty, students and staff. Chatfield College will continue to follow CDC…

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President Elmore Speaks About Future Plans for Chatfield

By Christina Mullis / February 25, 2020 / Comments Off on President Elmore Speaks About Future Plans for Chatfield

Originally published by Wayne Gates, News Democrat Elmore discussed his new job in an exclusive interview with The News Democrat. “It’s exciting. I am ready to go. It’s a lot…

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Chatfield Instructor Publishes Book

By Christina Mullis / February 4, 2020 / Comments Off on Chatfield Instructor Publishes Book

KipFaith comes by hearing, and hearing comes by the word of God. The biblical verse serves as the foundation for the book, The Sound of Faith. Terry addresses the idea…

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Chatfield OTR Celebrates Black History All Month

By Christina Mullis / February 3, 2020 / Comments Off on Chatfield OTR Celebrates Black History All Month

Black History “Museum” – Commences on Monday, February 3rd Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to bring in African American/Black History paintings, sculptures, drawings, pictures, biographies, portraits, etc. which will…

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New College Mascot Decided: The Chatfield Squirrels

Chatfield College’s marketing and admissions departments, in conjunction with the college president, have settled on a new mascot to represent the college community–The Chatfield Squirrels.

Chatfield’s former, and often forgotten mascot was the eagles. As the college celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, it made sense to reinvigorate a sense of Chatfield pride with a new mascot. After extensive market research, the team found that the higher education market was not saturated with squirrels, unlike the former eagle mascot. Squirrels were ultimately chosen because their characteristics mirror the essence of a Chatfield student: they prepare for the future, they’re compassionate, family-oriented, intelligent, have distinct personalities, and are good problem-solvers.

“Mascots are an important part of brand identity and school pride,” said Christina Mullis, Director of Admissions and Marketing. “Having a mascot shouldn’t be limited to only schools with sports teams. Our college community has much to celebrate, and a mascot can help build an emotional connection within and outside of our community,” said Mullis.

Students, alumni, faculty, and staff will have an opportunity to suggest a name for the college squirrel in the coming months. The marketing department will be working on an official graphic design for the mascot, as well as the creation of an official mascot costume.

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