January 4th, 2019
Housing & Commuting
Chatham University has a two-year residency requirement. However, students who are living within 30 miles of campus with a parent/guardian, or are over the age of 23, or are transfer students who have previously lived for two years on campus at their prior institution, may request a waiver.
- To apply for on campus housing, please contact the Office of Residence Life at email@example.com or 412-365-1518. After you pay your tuition deposit & your housing deposit, you can complete the Housing Application (via the StarRez Portal). Once processed by our office, you will be notified of your housing assignment. Students receive all housing assignments via Chatham University webmail on a rolling basis.
- All students who wish to commute must complete the Application for Commuter Student Status which can be found on myChatham. Once approved, you will be able to apply for a parking pass. For more information, contact Dr. Mary Utter, assistant dean of students, at (412) 365-1482 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Health/Immunization Record Information
Due December 1; January 2nd for students admitted after Dec. 1
You are required to submit health information and immunization record information by December 1, 2018, through a secure web-based software platform called Med+Proctor, which will become part of your health record in the Office of Student Health Services. For those admitted after December 1, this information is due by January 2, 2019.
You will be receiving an e-mail to your Chatham University e-mail account from Med+Proctor shortly after you deposit prompting you to set-up your account, where you will complete and upload the required health and immunization record information, which will need to be verified by your doctor’s office. Please be sure to check your Chatham e-mail account regularly (including the clutter and junk folders) for this e-mail from Med+Proctor. (medproctor.com)
- Please contact Valerie Martincek at (412) 365-1714 in Student Health Services if you have any questions.
AlcoholEdu and Haven
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