Undergraduate Events

Whether you’re just starting to look at colleges, or have already been accepted to Chatham (congrats!), we’re excited to bring you on campus and help you take the next step of your college journey.

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Open Houses

Attending an open house—from Junior Visit Day to our Summer Open House—is one of the best ways to start exploring Chatham. You’ll be able to take a tour of our (famous) Shadyside Campus, meet with faculty, and meet your personal admission counselor. You’ll also earn more about scholarships and financial aid, and hear about Chatham’s approaches to student life and career development, as well as our DIII athletics programs.

Open House Schedule : Checkerboard 1 - Open Houses
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Academic Visit Days

Chatham offers more than 40 majors in sustainability and health; business and communications; and the arts and sciences. Whether you already know what you want to study or you’re ready to explore the possibilities, an academic visit day at Chatham will give you an in-depth look at our top-notch academics. 

Academic Visit Days Schedule : Checkerboard 2 - Academic Visit Days
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Other Opportunities

Chatham is happy to offer additional weekly virtual events for interested students to learn more about what makes our community unique. Join staff, faculty, and community members on Special Topic Tuesdays, or stop by our Zoom room on a Wednesday afternoon to meet interested and current students for a Cougar Chat.

Weekly Virtual Events Schedule : Checkerboard 4 - Other Opportunities
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Academic Scholarship Days

At Chatham, we’re proud of the financial aid we’re able to offer to students, and scholarship interview days are an important part of making that happen. In addition to the interview (which will take place with faculty in your academic area of interest) you’ll get to have a one-on-one meeting with a financial aid counselor to help answer your questions about Chatham’s affordability, applying for FAFSA, and other college financing questions. 

Academic Scholarship Days Schedule : Checkerboard 5 - Academic Scholarship Days