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Chatfield College to Host Community Fall Frolic

Chatfield College in St. Martin, Ohio is inviting all Chatfield students, alumni, faculty, friends and neighbors to join the college on Saturday, September 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a community service frolic and work session. Planned projects for the day include landscaping, cleaning, painting, concrete walkway repair and cleaning various statues. “This…

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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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Chatfield College to Host Fall Festival Featuring the Quilt, Craft, & Car Show

For the first time, Chatfield College will host the Fall Festival featuring the Quilt, Craft, & Car Show on Saturday, October 19 from 10:00am-7:00pm at its St. Martin Campus, located in Brown County. For many years every spring, the community favorite Quilt, Craft, and Car Show attracted crowds from all over because of its beautiful…

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Chatfield College’s Nun Run 5K Race Biggest One Yet

On Saturday, July 20th, more than 145 signed up to participate in Chatfield’s annual Nun Run 5k at the St. Martin Campus. This race, which is run primarily around Chatfield’s historic campus, has steadily grown since 2012—the first year it was held. Going into race day, the pre-registration number was higher than it had ever…

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Chatfield College Receives Good News From Higher Learning Commission

Chatfield College recently received formal notification from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) that the college has successfully met HLC’s Criteria for Accreditation.  Accreditation by HLC, commonly known as “regional accreditation”,ensures that Chatfield students are eligible to take advantage of all federal and state financial aid programs and greatly enhances the transferability of credits earned at…

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Area Kids Invited to Run in Chatfield College’s ½ Mile Fun Run

For the first time in its nine years, the Chatfield College 5K will feature a kids run. Renamed the Nun Run in 2017, this race welcomes walkers and runners of all ages out to the picturesque campus in Brown County. Kids 12 and under will have the chance to compete in their own race day…

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Ashley Farnsley Joins Chatfield as Business Office Manager

Ashley Farnsley has recently joined Chatfield College as Business Office Manager. Her main responsibility will be assisting students and staff with Financial Aid at both the Brown County (Ohio) and Over-the Rhine (OTR) campuses. Her other duties include processing student payments, performing account activities, and coordinating with the Registrar, Academic Advisors and Admissions Counselors to…

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Brittaney Harp Joins Chatfield as English Chair

Brittaney Harp has recently joined Chatfield College as its new English Department Chair. In this position, she will be managing and recruiting English department faculty, revising and maintaining the English department curriculum, teaching English courses, and participating in various academic initiatives. Brittaney earned her associate’s degree from the University of Cincinnati in Liberal Arts, her…

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Bethany McCormick Joins Chatfield as Community Health Worker Program Director

Bethany McCormick has joined Chatfield College as the Community Health Worker Program Director. In this position, her primary roles are to oversee the program, keep the curriculum up-to-date and relevant, as well as maintain its approval with the Ohio Board of Nursing. Bethany graduated in 2005 from the Christ Hospital School of Nursing, and began…

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Chatfield Legacy and Recent Grad Joins Air Force

Fayetteville resident Cole Brown received his associate degree from Chatfield College on May 18th. Not only did he graduate from college, but that same weekend he graduated from Fayetteville High School. This was all possible because of the Ohio College Credit Plus Program (CCP) where students can earn college credits paid for by the State….

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