What Makes Us Special

About Chatham University

Chatham University provides its 2,200 students with an education built upon sustainability, civic engagement and global understanding. Founded in 1869, the University includes Chatham College for Women, one of the oldest undergraduate women's colleges in the U.S. The College for Graduate Studies offers master's and doctoral programs for women and men; and the College for Continuing and Professional Studies provides online and hybrid degree programs through the doctoral level.

our students

Admissions  Help

Middle 50% SAT Range For Freshman Class

Critical Reading480-610

Average High School GPA of Freshman Class: 3.7

Freshman Class Geographical Profile  Help

Enrollment  Help

Gender: All Undergraduates  Help

Women 98%
Men 2%

Diversity: All Undergraduates  Help

Freshmen Returning For Sophomore Year: 76.9%  Help

More About our Students

our students

Price of Attendance in 2013-14  Help

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Aid by Type  Help

2012-13 Average Net Tuition for
Aided Undergraduates *  Help

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depending on family income and student eligibility
and availability of grant aid.

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Tuition and Fees History  Help

About Our Faculty  Help

Faculty Information

Student Faculty Ratio 10:1
Full-time Faculty with highest degree 88%

Undergraduate Class Size

Number of Students 2-19 20-39 40-99 100+ Total
Number of Classes 215 40 1 0 293

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