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JUSTfilms: A fresh series of social justice films that will educate, inspire, challenge, and move you to action.

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Thank you for your interest in supporting the Just Films documentary series!Subscribe to get this VIP package: Guaranteed preferred seating at every screening (with registration – just tell us you’re coming and we’ll save … click to read more

Chutz-Pow! Superheroes of the Holocaust Exhibit

CHUTZ-POW! SUPERHEROES OF THE HOLOCAUST is an acclaimed and ongoing comic-book series created and published by The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh that seeks, as its mission, to place stories of UpStanders’ courage, resilience … click to read more

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

This month we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and all of the work done by those during the Civil Rights Movement. This display, located on the first floor of the JKM Library, will not only focus on MLK and the … click to read more

Fooling the winter blues with Therapy Dogs

Therapy dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve these feelings resulting in an improved mood … click to read more

OAAR @ Eden Hall!

A member of the Office of Academic & Accessibility Resources (OAAR) staff will be at the Eden Hall campus to provide disability support and academic coaching to students. Stop by the EBC common area for all your academic supp … click to read more

Knives Out Commuter and Transfer Showing

Come hang out with the Transfer, Commuter, and Gateway students while we watch Knives Out! Bring lunch but we'll provide the popcorn! See you there! … click to read more

Self-Love Series:

No BS self-love workshop with Ta'lor Pinkson … click to read more

Chatham's School Of Health Sciences presents, "How to start your own business."

Thinking about starting your own practice? Have you ever wondered what it might take to start your own practice? If yes, please join us to learn about the basic financial, business, and tax related information you will need … click to read more

Chatham Gateway Mixer & Happy Hour

Join Chatham Students and Staff to get to know current members of the Chatham community and fellow Gateway students. … click to read more

Welcome Aboard Mentorship Etiquette Dinner

Welcome Aboard Mentees and Mentors will learn invaluable insights into business protocol and dining manners at this networking and professional etiquette dinner! … click to read more

Black History Month Library Display

To celebrate Black History in America, the main display on the first floor of the library will be devoted to items by and focusing on black and African American people, history, and culture. But to put a local twist on it, we … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

Commuter & Transfer Lunch

Free lunch for Commuter and Transfer students in the Carriage House. Special guests will discuss opportunities for engagement and involvement on and off campus. … click to read more

Workshop: Website Round Table Review

Come to this round table discussion and learn from each other as we do website reviews with Meesha. Meesha is the Founder & CEO of RedTree. She has been building website for 13+ years and in this review, she will be looking o … click to read more

Concept to Launch

"Concept to Launch" is a 6-week entrepreneurial training program for women in the early stages of starting a business. Dates: Six Tuesday evenings from 6-8pm starting on February 4th and ending on March 10th. Classe … click to read more

Sleep & Stress

Stress and poor sleep habits can affect your well-being. This workshop can help you in taking care of you body while learning to relax with mindfulness exercises. … click to read more

Just Films - Netizens

This event is free and open to the public. Netizens delves into the lives of three women whose lives have been transformed by online harassment. Carrie Goldberg is an attorney in New York City, who launches an internet privac … click to read more

Coping with Homesickness & Adjustment to Campus Life

Learn skills to cope with adjusting to campus life … click to read more

Dialogues: Kaveh Akbar and Jaquira Diaz

On Thursday, February 6th, at 7:00 p.m, the City of Asylum and the Chatham University MFA in Creative Writing Program will present Dialogues, with featured authors Kaveh Akbar and Jaquira Díaz. The event will take place at Ci … click to read more

Fan Shuttle to Men's Hockey Game

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Fan Shuttle to Men's Hockey Game

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Ready to Run Philadelphia

Ready to Run is a non-partisan program for women who want to run for office, seek higher office, work on a campaign, get appointed to office, or learn more about the political system. Ready to Run is your one-stop training on … click to read more

Therapy Dogs

Therapy dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improved mood and relaxation. … click to read more

Helping manage your Time

Learn a few tips to better manage you time and schedules. … click to read more

Transfer Night Out; The Yard

Join new and returning transfer students for a night out at The Yard in Shadyside. Dinner is provided. … click to read more

MSN Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's MSN and RN-MSN programs … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues - Where Do We Draw the Line? - Part III: Using the “N” Word

Even in the Black community the use of the “N” word has polarized opinions and continues to raise questions on who can use the word and in what context. Come have a rare experience as you observe Chatham’s Black community hav … click to read more

Falk School of Sustainability Virtual Information Session

Interested in a graduate program at Chatham University? Join us for a virtual information session! A virtual information session includes a brief presentation and overview of the program with the Program Chair and the Admis … click to read more

Open Communication for healthy Relationships

Sexual Halth id defined as "....as state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality." Learn ways to approach your relationships in a safe, pleasurable, manner, free of coercion and violence. … click to read more

Allies if back! preventive STDs testing

A preventive way of testing yourself and knowing that your sexual health is important. … click to read more

DNP Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's DNP program. … click to read more

Webinar: Implicit Bias: Our Choices, Actions and Behaviors are Influenced by Factors Beyond our Awareness

Implicit or “hidden bias” refers to the stereotypes that impact our actions, reactions, and decisions – all in an unconscious manner. It impacts everyone in almost every aspect of our lives. It encompasses favorable and unfav … click to read more

Open Communication for Healthy Relationships

Sexual health is defined as "....as state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality." Learn ways to approach your relationships in a safe, pleasurable, manner, free of coercion and violence. … click to read more

Mixed messages

Balancing resume building and self care: Part 1 … click to read more

Self-Love Series:

Life Mapping - Art expression w Mardi and Megan (PAAR) … click to read more

Academic Visit Day

Attend an Academic Visit Day to experience how Chatham University is committed to educating strong, smart, men and women like you to make the most of your future. Get to know campus better and take an in-depth look at our … click to read more

Cultural Adjustment for New International Students

Discuss the challenge of adjusting of adjusting to a new culture while embracing you own. … click to read more

Athletic Training Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's Masters of Science in Athletic Training. … click to read more

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

In celebration of Black History Month, the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship and the Women’s Institute at Chatham University will host a panel of speakers representing “Black Women in Leadership & Community Development.” Th … click to read more

Anxiety & Depression Prevention, Screening and Awareness

Educational materials on anxiety & depression as well as information about local treatment programs. Free anxiety & depression screenings will be available. … click to read more

Best of Pittsburgh: Phipps Conservatory

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a gorgeous botanical garden that shifts its theme to fit the season. Don’t miss the gorgeous reds and pinks this time of year at this Pittsburgh historic landmark! Registration … click to read more

Fan Shuttle to Women's Hockey Game

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University of Pittsburgh - 23rd Annual Steel City Step Show

Join Multicultural Affairs and RISE for the University at Pittsburgh's Steel City Step-show. Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall Step-shows are a time honored tradition of Historically African American Sororities and Fraternitie … click to read more

Fan Shuttle to Women's Hockey Game

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Women of Color HerStory Library Display

For this month between February and March, we will be adjusting our Black History Month display to focus on women of color. All items will be by or about women of color, their lives, struggles, accomplishments, and celebratio … click to read more

De-stress with Therapy Dogs

Therapy Dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improve mood and relaxation. … click to read more

Anxiety and Depression Prevention, Screening and Awareness

Educational materials on anxiety & depression as well as information about local treatment programs. Free anxiety & depression screenings will be available. … click to read more

Sheryl St. Germain and Jeffrey Thomson Reading

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Employer Registration- Career Development Job and Internship Mixer

This networking mixer will be a great opportunity for you to get to know students in a relaxed setting. With students representing various academic programs including sustainability, health sciences, business and communicatio … click to read more

Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - February 2020 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more

Fan Shuttle to Men's Hockey Game

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Fine Arts with the Finegolds: Beauty & The Beast (Pittsburgh Ballet)

Beauty comes from within. So does the nature of the Beast. See both sides of the story in Beauty and the Beast. The classic tales weaves a tender love story between the gnarled trees of the enchanted forest. Audiences are off … click to read more

Fan Shuttle to Men's Hockey Game

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Academic Scholarship Day

Register for the upcoming Academic Scholarship Day to earn more money for your education at Chatham. Join us at our stunning Shadyside Campus where you can learn more about our challenging academics in the areas of sustainabi … click to read more

Spring Break Pop-Up Library!

Grab a beach read or nostalgic movie to enjoy over Spring Break at our Pop-Up Library! Our librarians will be bringing goodies to you outside the Anderson dining hall during lunch. We'll have everything from YA to mystery thr … click to read more

Commuter & Transfer Lunch

Free lunch for Commuter and Transfer students in the Carriage House. Special guest lunch attendees the Office of Career Development will talk about internships and taking the next step in your professional journey. … click to read more

The Job and Internship Search: How to Navigate the Process and Cultivate Resiliency

An informational and educational workshop for undergraduate and graduate students. Learn about self-care techniques to assist you in your job and internship search, as well as healthy coping strategies to employ when encounte … click to read more

Fooling the stress with Therapy Dogs

Therapy Dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improved mood and relaxation. … click to read more

Self-Love Series:

Journaling + Intuitive Dancing - Alyssa Kuzins … click to read more

Chatham Alumni Luncheon in Tampa, Florida

Calling all Tampa, FL- area alumni for a small group gathering with President David Finegold and other alumni & friends. Hosted by Virginia Wilson Gregory '60, we look forward to seeing you there! Seating is limited, reg … click to read more

Chatham Alumni Luncheon in West Coast, Florida

Calling all West Coast, FL- area alumni for a small group gathering with President David Finegold and other alumni & friends. Hosted by Cordelia Suran Jacobs '60, we look forward to seeing you there! Seating is limited, re … click to read more

Chatham Alumni Luncheon in East Coast, Florida

Calling all East Coast, FL- area alumni for a small group gathering with President David Finegold and other alumni & friends. Hosted by Susie Gilbert Tabor '74, we look forward to seeing you there! Seating is limited, re … click to read more

Mixed messages

Balancing resume building and self care: Part 2 … click to read more

Balance Your Life and Reduce Your Stress: A Stress Management Workshop

Explore ways in which our surroundings and self-care affect our mood and mental health. … click to read more

AAUW Work Smart: Salary Negotiation Workshop

AAUW Work Smart is a FREE two-hour salary negotiation workshop designed to give women the skills and confidence to advocate for themselves in the workplace. Participants learn how to research competitive salaries, articula … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues - Where Do We Draw the Line? - Part IV: What Employers REALLY Think?!

With an increase in social media usage and a decrease in online privacy, keeping work life and personal life separate has become a challenge. Over the past few years, there has even been some companies that have fired employe … click to read more

Just Films - I am the Revolution

This event is free and open to the public. I Am The Revolution is an inspiring documentary about three women fighting for freedom and gender equality - Selay Ghaffar, Rojda Felat, and Yanar Mohammed- while living in three o … click to read more

Fooling the stress with Therapy Dogs

Feeling stressed out and need some relaxation? Therapy dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improved mood and relaxation. … click to read more

Self-Love Series:

TBD (Women's Shelter LGBTQ +Advocate) … click to read more

Softball vs. Houghton

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Softball vs. Houghton

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Take a break and fool your stress with the Therapy Dog

Feeling stressed out and need a break? the Therapy dog is trained to help out to connect and relieve stress which will result in a relax way to improve your mood. … click to read more

Graduate Open House

Join us at a Chatham Graduate School Open House where you can meet faculty, learn more about your program of interest, and get your questions answered. Learn more about the following through tabled events and presentations: … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

Best of Pittsburgh: Scene75

Scene75 boasts a variety of Arcade games and indoor attractions like Go-Karting, Blacklight Mini-Golf, Laser Tag, and more! Join us for an immersive day of indoor fun to shake off that lingering winter chill. Registration … click to read more

Read 'Em and Eat! Book Display

To get excited for our upcoming International Edible Books Festival, the JKM Library has put together a display celebrating food!! Come browse cookbooks, food memoirs, food writing, and much more! Join us on Monday March 30th … click to read more

Health Week

Curious about your health & wellness? We have a whole week programmed for you to get current information about Health, Wellness and Mental Health. Every day a different theme can help you know more about how to help yourself … click to read more

Allies if back! preventive STDs testing

A preventive way of testing yourself and knowing that your sexual health is important. … click to read more

Hollander Lecture in Women’s Leadership featuring Kathi Elliot

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Balance Your Life and Reduce Your Stress: A Stress Management Workshop

Explore ways in which our surroundings and self-care affect our mental health. … click to read more

Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

Transfer Night Out: Social in Bakery Square

Join new and returning transfer students for a night out at Social in Bakery Square. Dinner is provided. … click to read more

Bewketu Seyoum and Rania Mamoun Reading

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Falk School of Sustainability Virtual Information Session

Interested in a graduate program at Chatham University? Join us for a virtual information session! A virtual information session includes a brief presentation and overview of the program with the Program Chair and the Admis … click to read more

A Tribute to Women Composers

Featuring works by Clara Schumann, Emilie Mayer, Lili Boulanger, Amy Beach, and Nancy Galbraith. Menghua Lin, piano … click to read more

Fine Arts with the Finegolds: Corningworks’ what will it take to make YOU leave home?

A raw, audience immersive work — an unprecedented artistic collaboration with the renowned international humanitarian organization, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and CORNINGWORKS. what will it take … click to read more

Softball vs. SUNY Canton

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Softball vs. SUNY Canton

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Commuter & Transfer Lunch

Free lunch for Commuter and Transfer students in the Carriage House. Special guest lunch attendees the Office of Multicultural Affairs will provide an update current events, programs and initiatves that you can get involved … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues: Global Focus Year - Morocco: A Conversation on Women & Islam in the United States

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Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

Learn how to keep your mind and body healthy through the end of the school year stress! … click to read more

Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

Learn how to keep your mind and body healthy through the end of the school year stress! … click to read more

Self-Love Series:

Trauma-Informed Yoga with Kristie Lindblom … click to read more

2020 Pittsburgh Regional Faculty Symposium

Hosted at Chatham University this year, the Symposium is a regional collaboration of colleges and universities with attendance made up of faculty, graduate student instructors and faculty support specialists from across disci … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

Best of Pittsburgh: Texas de Brazil

This authentic Brazilian steakhouse boasts flavors as bold as Texas, with all meals cooked over an open flame with natural wood charcoal. Join us for an exciting early dinner at this Station Square staple. Registration on … click to read more

Softball vs. Bethany

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Softball vs. Bethany

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+ Add to Calendar 03/30/2020 4:30PM 03/30/2020 5:30PM 15 International Edible Book Festival Join us in the JKM Library for Chatham's 9th celebration of The International Edible Book Festival, sponsored by the JKM Library and the Food Studies Program. According to the official website, “This festival is a celebration of the ingestion of culture and a way to concretely share a book; it is also a deeper reflection on our attachment to food and our cultural differences.” What's an edible book? It's up to your interpretation! It could be a cake shaped like a book, food that was described/consumed within a book, a pun on a book's title, or anything else you can come up with. Simply pick one of your favorite books and craft a food item inspired by that book! This event is open to students, faculty, staff, and the general public. Schedule of events: 4:30 - 4:45: Books on display only. 4:45 - 5:30: Edible book tasting (Vote for your favorite for the Most Popular Votes prize by 5pm!) 5:15: Prizewinning edible books will be announced. Prizes will be awarded for the following categories: 1) Grand Prize (based on overall taste, presentation and creativity) 2) Most Creative Literary Interpretation 3) Best Tasting 4) Most Sustainable 5) Crowd's Choice Rules for those submitting edible books: 1) Register on myChatham to submit an edible book or attend the event. 2) All edible book entries must be "bookish" through the integration of text, literary inspiration or, quite simply, the form. 3) Your “books” will be consumed, so please list all ingredients for those with food allergies. ALSO, if you’re attempting to win the “Most Sustainable” prize, be sure to list all sustainable elements, such as local, organic, fair trade, net zero energy use, or recycled. 4) Please bring a serving utensil for your dish. 5) All books must be dropped off in the library lobby between 3:30pm and 4:15 on Monday, March 30th. 6) If at all possible, please include a separate sample of your book for judge taste testing (approx. 4 judges). JKM Library: Lobby Jocelyn Codner j.codner@chatham.edu

International Edible Book Festival

Join us in the JKM Library for Chatham's 9th celebration of The International Edible Book Festival, sponsored by the JKM Library and the Food Studies Program. According to the official website, “This festival is a celebration … click to read more

Fooling the stress with Therapy Dogs

Feeling stressed out and need some relaxation? Therapy Dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improved mood and relaxation. … click to read more

Fooling the stress with Therapy Dogs

Therapy dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improved mood and relaxation. … click to read more

Messages

Balancing resume building and Self care: Part 3 … click to read more

Poetry Month: a Reading with Heather McNaugher, Sheila Squillante, and Leia Wilson

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National Poetry Month Library Display

April is National Poetry Month...and your librarians can't think of anything to rhyme with "month" so we won't even try. But we will be decking out our main book display with glorious works of poetry, both the rhyming kind an … click to read more

2019-2020 Elsie Hillman Chair in Women and Politics

Join the Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics at Chatham University for the 2019 -2020 Elsie Hillman Chair in Women and Politics. The program will feature a moderated conversation with former Governor Jennifer Granholm … click to read more

Softball vs. Fransciscan

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Softball vs. Fransciscan

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Softball vs. Fransciscan

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Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Chatham Choir Spring Concert

A collection of secular, sacred and pops music presented by the Chatham Choir & Chatham Chamber Choir … click to read more

Softball vs. St. Vincent

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Softball vs. St. Vincent

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Fine Arts with the Finegolds: Carmen

The Spring 2020 Fine Arts with the Finegolds season wraps with the popular Opera, Carmen. This event is for Spring 2020 cohort members, and transportation is provided. Limited additional tickets may be available for n … click to read more

Falk School of Sustainability Virtual Information Session

Interested in a graduate program at Chatham University? Join us for a virtual information session! A virtual information session includes a brief presentation and overview of the program with the Program Chair and the Admis … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

Where do we draw the line? … click to read more

Me Too Rally

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Allies if back! preventive STDs testing

A preventive way of testing yourself and knowing that your sexual health is important. … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues - Where Do We Draw the Line? - Part V: Sexual Violence & Accountability

We have all heard about or had experience with the #MeToo movement. With the rise in accusations and convictions of public figures, #MeToo has become more prevalent in recent years. For some, this hashtag is only engaged duri … click to read more

Fooling the stress with Therapy Dogs

Feeling stress out and need some relaxation? Therapy dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improved mood and relaxation. … click to read more

Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

Polly the Therapy Dog is back

Therapy Dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improved mood and relaxation. … click to read more

Softball vs, Geneva

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Softball vs, Geneva

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SHS Career Exploration Day

Admissions and the School of Health Sciences (SHS) partner for the 3rd annual SHS Career Exploration Day on April 17, 2020. This daylong event exposes high school junior & seniors to the health professions represented at Chat … click to read more

Department of Science Student Research Day

The Department of Science Student Research Day is designed to showcase undergraduate and graduate student research performed throughout the academic year. Oral and poster presentations will encompass independent study, capsto … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

4th Annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk & Concert

When you walk in the Out of the Darkness Walks, you join the effort with hundreds of thousands of people to raise awareness and funds that allow AFSP to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public … click to read more

Not Alone: A Concert for Jack

An Evening of Music & Poetry featuring members of The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, reflecting on the struggles of mental health issues and suicide Donations will fund research and education through the American Foundat … click to read more

Out of the Darkness Walk

Out of the Darkness Walk … click to read more

DNP Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's DNP program. … click to read more

MSN Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's MSN and RN-MSN programs … click to read more

Healthcare Informatics Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's Master's of Science of Healthcare Informatics program and certificates in Healthcare Informatics and Analytics. … click to read more

Healthcare Informatics Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's Master's of Science of Healthcare Informatics program and certificates in Healthcare Informatics and Analytics. … click to read more

Athletic Training Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's Masters of Science in Athletic Training. … click to read more

Undergraduate Housing Closes for Spring Term

Undergraduate Residence Halls and Apartments close for Spring Term at noon. on April 24, 2019. Only residents who are graduating or been approved to stay are permitted to remain on-campus. … click to read more

Junior Visit Day

Join faculty and current students to learn more about Chatham University! This information packed and hands-on day will help high school juniors early in their college search to learn more about the college admission process … click to read more

Softball vs. Westminster

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Softball vs. Westminster

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Final Reading: MFA in Creative Writing

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Jewish Heritage Month Library Display

Come to the first floor of the JKM Library to browse and check out materials that celebrate and honor Jewish and Jewish American heritage during the month of May! … click to read more

Asian and Pacific Islander Month Library Display

Stop by the first floor of the JKM Library to learn more about Asian and Pacific Islanders ( both American and not) and to browse and check out items focusing on their history and culture! … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Summer Reading

Stop by the first floor of the JKM Library to pick up a recommended read for your summer vacation! All books have been included on the JKM Library's official Summer Reading list in 2020 or earlier years. Don't leave without a … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - June 2020 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more

Summer Visit Day

Attend a Summer Visit Day to see how Chatham students benefit from our mix of highly professional preparation and liberal arts skill-building in areas driving tomorrow's economy - health and sustainability; business and commu … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Summer Visit Day

Attend a Summer Visit Day to see how Chatham students benefit from our mix of highly professional preparation and liberal arts skill-building in areas driving tomorrow's economy - health and sustainability; business and commu … click to read more

Summer Open House

Attend our Summer Open House to see how Chatham University is committed to educating strong, smart men and women like you to make the most of your future. At the Open House you will take a tour of campus and learn about our t … click to read more