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Chestnut Hill College

United States
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About Chestnut Hill College

Chestnut Hill College is opened in 1924 as a Catholic, four-year, liberal arts college for women. Founded as Mount Saint Joseph College by the Sisters of Saint Joseph, the College was renamed in 1938.

Founded in 1924, Chestnut Hill College is a private, inclusive Catholic-affiliated institution marked by academic excellence and global awareness.  In today’s global society, it is so important to build personal and professional relationships with people from all over the world. That’s exactly why the College welcomes international students from six continents and offers a wide variety of rigorous academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.  The safe, inclusive, and supportive nature of the College community is ideal for international students.    

Campus information

The history of this College is a living, breathing dynamic filled with the mystery, magic and majesty of the human lives that create its reality at any given period. When you see Chestnut Hill College, you will be impressed by magnificent buildings and exquisite grounds, the beauty of historic architecture, the splendor of sloping hills and fragrant, flowering trees and plants. What is more important, however, and what pictures cannot adequately convey is the warmth, intelligence and humor of the people who populate the campus. They will make your time here most memorable. Enduring relationships of great value are a hallmark of a Chestnut Hill College education.

While the Chestnut Hill College community respects the past and the rich traditions that have brought us to this time and place, we anticipate with enthusiasm and energy the vast, unknown vistas promised by the future. The past one hundred years are unrivaled in the explosion of information and marked by numerous transformational changes. From typewriters to computers; from radios to televisions; from lecture halls to distance learning; from the Model-T Ford to space travel; from phonographs to CD players; and from the neighborhood to the global community, the history of the College reflects the history of our times. The splendor of the campus has largely remained unchanged, but the life within it is radically different. Between 1900 and 2015, our vision of who we are as human beings and the meaning of life on this planet has dramatically, irrevocably and irrefutably changed. 

Yet despite these many transformations and perhaps because of them, the deepest hopes and highest aspirations of our students remain surprisingly unchanged. Still they long for a better world, to contribute successfully to the society in which they live, to be successful professionals, to establish lasting and meaningful relationships, to be faithful to their consciences and to their God and to serve others justly and compassionately.

At Chestnut Hill College, we provide women and men the opportunity to master their chosen field of study, to become knowledgeable about the diverse races, cultures, and creeds of the world, to grow in mutual respect and understanding of one another, and to enter their professions with competence and confidence. Steeped in the Ignatian spiritual tradition, the College is committed to graduating students who are daring, bold, innovative and informed thinkers who are also dedicated to the service of others, to civility, to right action and to the spiritual dimension of life. It is not enough to graduate with the tools necessary to achieve excellence in one’s profession; to be fulfilled and happy, one must graduate with the personal maturity and integrity requisite to achieve excellence as a human being.

Chestnut Hill College is located at the northwestern edge of Philadelphia on 75 acres overlooking the Wissahickon Creek

Accommodation

Our four residence halls, each with a distinct personality, offer single, double and triple rooms, as well as suites. You’ll be on a hall with other students who will quickly become your extended family.

Each student will have a standard twin bed, a desk with chair, a dresser and a closet or wardrobe. Each room is equipped with a phone jack with a campus extension already assigned, which will be given during move-in day. The halls are wireless so your laptop or PC is good to go from most locations in the hall. Rooms are tiled in Fontbonne, and Fournier Halls. Fitzsimmons Hall and SugarLoaf Lodge have carpeted floors.

Roommates share: Cable television port, phone port with campus extension/voicemail and wireless Internet access

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 2 Computer Science and IT 3 Humanities & Social Sciences 3

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