What Makes Us Special

About Chatham University

Founded in 1869 and now fully coed, Chatham University provides its 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students with a blend of liberal arts learning and professional career preparation through the School of Health Sciences; the Falk School of Sustainability; School of Arts, Science and Business; and College for Continuing and Professional Studies. Classes are offered at our Shadyside campus (Woodland Road and Eastside locations), new Eden Hall Campus, and in fully online formats.

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Admissions  Help

Middle 50% SAT Range For Freshman Class

Evidence-Based Reading and Writing530-630

Average High School GPA of Freshman Class: 3.68

Freshman Class Geographical Profile  Help

Enrollment  Help

Gender: All Undergraduates  Help

Women 72%
Men 28%

Diversity: All Undergraduates  Help

Freshmen Returning For Sophomore Year: 78.9%  Help

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Price of Attendance in 2018-19  Help

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Aid by Type  Help

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Average Undergraduate Loans  Help
Owed At Graduation 

Tuition and Fees History  Help

About Our Faculty  Help

Faculty Information

Student Faculty Ratio 10:1
Full-time Faculty with highest degree 86%

Undergraduate Class Size

Number of Students 2-19 20-39 40-99 100+ Total
Number of Classes 160 73 12 0 245

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