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Chatfield College Receives $1 million Gift

Chatfield College in Cincinnati and St. Martin, Ohio received $1 million from the late  Dr. Mary Lois Jung, its largest gift ever. Jung, was a surgeon, Catholic nun and dedicated philanthropist who valued providing educational opportunities to those in need. When she died last fall, she made sure someone would be able to go to…

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Chatfield College Teams Up with the Athenaeum’s LPMP

The Lay Pastoral Ministry Program (LPMP) and Chatfield College have entered into a cooperative agreement which will award graduates who have earned an LPMP non-degreed Certificate up to 24 college credit hours toward an Associate of Arts degree. “The formal articulation agreement between the Athenaeum and Chatfield is exciting for both institutions, and especially for…

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Chatfield Library Welcomes Assistant Librarians to the Over-the-Rhine Campus

Chatfield College in St. Martin and Cincinnati, OH is pleased to announce the additions of Judy TenEyck and Richelle Roth. Hyde Park resident Judy Ten Eyck joins Chatfield as an Assistant Librarian/Tutoring Coordinator at its new campus in Over-the-Rhine. Judy comes to Chatfield with experience that includes providing library services for the Galen College of Nursing in…

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Chatfield College Receives Award for Historic Rehabilitation of New Campus

Chatfield College recently received the Cincinnati Preservation Association (CPA) Rehabilitation Award for its newly renovated campus in historic Over-the-Rhine at the CPA’s  51st annual meeting. According to CPA, the Rehabilitation Award recognizes owners and developers of historic buildings that have been substantially restored or rehabilitated and comply with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for…

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Chatfield Instructor Receives Outstanding Educator Award

Reverend David Long, of Mt. Orab has been named the Chatfield College Recipient of the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities Outstanding Educator Award for 2015-2016. The GCCCU is an alliance of 18 colleges and universities in the Greater Cincinnati area formed to promote cooperation and collaboration among its member colleges and universities. Through…

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Chatfield Welcomes Recent Grad Back As New Admissions Counselor

 Chatfield College is pleased to welcome Heather Daugherty to the admissions team at the St. Martin campus in northern Brown County.  Heather will be working in the field at area high schools, agencies and businesses and on campus to recruit and register new students. “After losing my job two years ago, I realized that employers…

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New Video Gives Fresh Look to Historic College

In an effort to better promote our new campus and the exciting changes at Chatfield College, we have created a new website and a fresh video. These new tools will enable us to spread the wonderful things happening at Chatfield and why our students can achieve a better future here. We’d also like to thank Spotted Yeti Media…

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Chatfield College’s New OTR Home Maintains Community Ties, Provides Room to Grow

The paint might still be drying and floors still being laid, but Chatfield College’s new Over-the-Rhine facility on Central Parkway is already bustling with students and staff for the fall semester. Chatfield is a unique institution in Cincinnati: a private, not-for-profit, faith-based Associate’s Degree program that emphasizes the liberal arts. The college, founded in the…

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Chatfield Hosts Biggest 5K in College History

More than 125 runners and walkers ventured to Chatfield College in St. Martin to participate in the college’s annual 5K Run/Walk on July 18th.  The college also partnered with HealthQuest to host a Health Fair for the first time, including several vendors and presenters, such as Tyler Viars from MasterChef. “We were very excited about…

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Chatfield College Holds 44th Commencement Exercises

Class of 2015 is the largest in the college’s history. Chatfield College in St. Martin and Cincinnati, Ohio, held its 44th commencement exercises on Saturday, May 16 at 10 a.m., honoring 79 graduates – the largest graduating class in the college’s history. The ceremony was held at St. Veronica Church in Mt. Carmel, OH. The…

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