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Chatfield Celebrates Black History Month

February 4, 2021 Chatfield College is celebrating Black History in the month of February 2021. Resources and events have been prepared for students at both campuses. Chatfield will also be hosting its 3rd annual readers’ symposium, Voices of Black History. The date of the virtual event will be posted soon. The symposium will consist of…

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CHATFIELD COLLEGE GIVES SPECIAL CARE TO STUDENTS DURING PANDEMIC TO KEEP DREAMS OF A COLLEGE EDUCATION ALIVE

Chatfield College made the decision last fall to continue offering classes on-campus while expanding online courses for those students who needed to continue their education but unable to attend in-person. Special care was given to in-person instruction while keeping the safety of the student and staff a priority. All students, faculty, and staff were required…

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Ohio Historical Marker Planned for St. Martin Campus

December 2, 2020 In commemoration of the Brown County Ursulines’ 175th anniversary and their pioneering spirit, sacrifice, and service, the Brown County Ursulines Alumni Association honored the current Brown County Ursulines with pens made from the trees which previously lined the St. Martin campus. Additionally, through the combined efforts of Chatfield College, the Ursulines, and…

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Lessons and Carols 2020 to Stream on Youtube

Chatfield College will present Lessons and Carols on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 7 p.m. via Youtube. The event will begin on Youtube at 7 p.m. Please join us by clicking on the video below. Lessons and Carols remind us of the meaning of the Advent season through music and selected readings by the students…

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Two New Degree Programs Added

November 17, 2020 Chatfield College has been approved by the Higher Learning Commission and the Ohio Department of Higher Education to offer two new degree programs, the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Early Childhood Education and the Associate of Applied Science in Human Services. These degree programs will be in addition to the Associate…

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Thanksgiving Mass to Celebrate Ursulines of Brown County’s 175th Anniverary

The public is invited to join the Ursulines of Brown County for a Mass of Thanksgiving to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the arrival of the Ursulines of Brown County online. Bishop Joseph Binzer will officiate Mass. For more details, please see the attached flyer.

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Chatfield Mourns the Loss of John A. Ruthven

Chatfield mourns the loss of long-time supporter, John A. Ruthven. John received an honorary degree from Chatfield College in 2012. His wife, Judy, who passed away in 2011, posthumously received her honorary degree the same year. John and Judy were supporters of Chatfield with their time, talent, and treasure. They served on the board of…

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Chatfield College Mourns the Passing of Sister Francis Marie Thrailkill

Reprinted from The Catholic Telegraph Sister Francis Marie Thrailkill died peacefully at Our Lady of Wisdom Healthcare Center in New Orleans, LA on October 2, 2020. The daughter of Franklin and Mary Myrtle Huggins Thrailkill, she was born Barbara Ann Thrailkill on September 21, 1937 in San Antonio, TX. She was preceded in death by…

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Welcome Back Message for Students

Dear Chatfield Students, You are the heart of Chatfield College.  Since 1845, when the Ursuline educational mission began in Ohio, our core values of Faith & Community, Empowerment & Accountability, and Learning & Growing have set thousands on the pathway to success and a life of fulfillment. To help you get off to a great…

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Chatfield Welcomes New Enrollment Advisors

Chatfield College is pleased to welcome two additional Enrollment Advisors, Dyonta Bizzle-Brown and Laura Hils. Bizzle-Brown and Hils will assist prospective students primarily at the Cincinnati location in Over-the-Rhine. Dyonta Bizzle-Brown is a 2018 graduate from Berea College with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. “Chatfield is a very warm and welcoming place! It was…

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