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Chatham University

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Rankings:
  • 396 2015 U.S. News Ranking: USA
Campus setting Urban
Living cost USD 880 per month
Student population Small (1,000 or less)
International students 8%
Institution type Private

About Chatham University

Since its establishment in 1869, Chatham University has seen many changes over the years as it has changed from being an all women’s college to a fully coed institution. Furthermore, it is offering over 60 undergraduate and graduate programs particularly in the field of sustainability, health & wellness, business & communications, and the arts & sciences to over 2,200 students and is still growing.

In almost 150 years of its operation, Chatham has become the alma mater of Chatham University’s environmental icon, Rachel Carson (Class of ’29) and is recognized as the pioneer in the field of sustainability, and has been selected among the Top 50 Green Colleges by The Princeton Review. Other notable alumni soon followed including Lea Wait, Muriel Bowser, and many more till this day.

In 2014, Chatham University made another attempt at building its image as a reputable institution by being the world’s first fully sustainable tertiary education institution — Eden Hall Campus.

Chatham University consists of four main academic schools which are the School of Health Sciences; the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment; the School of Arts, Science & Business; and the College for Continuing & Professional Studies.

Campus information

Chatham University has two main campuses located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Shadyside Campus
Chatham’s urban Shadyside Campus is located minutes from downtown Pittsburgh and is comprised of the original Woodland Road campus and the new Chatham Eastside. In 2008, the campus expanded with the renovation and opening of the LEED Silver building called Chatham Eastside.

Eden Hall Campus

This 388-acre Eden Hall Campus is located in Richard Township, located about 19 miles north of the Eastside Campus. Furthermore, this campus is home to the Chatham’s Falk School of Sustainability & Environment and is the first in the entire world to have built an infrastructure specifically to accommodate studies on sustainable living, learning, and development.

 

 

Accommodation

Undergraduate Housing 

  • Chatham Apartments
  • Fickes Hall
  • Julia and James Rea House
  • Marjory Rea Laughlin House
  • Pelletreau Apartments
  • Woodland Hall
  • Dilworth Hall
  • Linzer Apartments
  • Orchard Hall

Graduate Housing

  • Chung Apartments
  • Hicks Estate Main, Annex, and Carriage House 
  • Pelletreau Apartments
  • Linzer Apartments
  • Haber Apartments 
  • Orchard Hall

 

 

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Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Business, Management 2 English Language 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 3 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 2

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