Chatham Eastside

A mile from Woodland Road, Chatham Eastside is in the heart of one of Pittsburgh's fastest-growing and historic neighborhoods. It is home to our School of Health Sciences, programs in interior architecture and immersive media, the Center for Women's Entrepreneurship, and the Women's Business Center

Virtual Tour

Check out a virtual tour of Chatham Eastside, and see some of our cutting edge educational spaces.

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A Place for Women's Leadership

Chatham Eastside is home to the Center for Women's Entrepreneurship (CWE) as well as the award-winning Women's Business Center (WBC). On site, you’ll find room for trainings, consulting, and a prototyping and design lab, open to community-based women entrepreneurs, as well as to Chatham University students, faculty and staff who are interested in designing and prototyping physical products.

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Shuttle Information & Schedule

Frequent shuttles connect Chatham Eastside to the Shadyside Campus (though it's a really nice walk, too).

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Floor Plan

Download a floor plan to get a sense of the layout of Chatham Eastside.

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The facility is just down the road from Bakery Square, home to Google's Pittsburgh office as well as a wealth of shops, eateries, and housing options.

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Ready to visit? We've got some great recommendations of places to stay (including a mansion right here on campus), many of which offer discounts to prospective students and their families.

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Chatham’s East End Location Brings Space and Revenue to the Shadyside Campus

It’s true: Chatham Eastside is not surrounded by historic mansions. Not once has it been used as a summer retreat. It lacks both a pond and an orchard. But the building at 6585 Penn Avenue is every bit as much about the lauded location, location, location as our campuses at Woodland Road and Eden Hall.

Physical Therapy Students and Local Women Amputees Assist Each Other

Shannon Jenkins, of Somerset, lets out a laugh while holding her balance with the aid of Chatham University physical therapy graduate student Brandon Maharaj. Maharaj was one of several physical therapists on hand to help evaluate women amputees.

A Look at the (Award Winning) Chatham Women’s Business Center

Chatham’s Women’s Business Center (CWBC), part of the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Chatham University (CWE), was selected by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) as the 2018 Women’s Business Center of the Year.

Alumna Profile: Hallie Dumont, Master of Interior Architecture ‘16

"From the beginning at Chatham I was interested in creating intelligent, smart, efficient residential spaces," says Dumont.