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The Student Financial Services Office will be closed from 2-4 PM today, November 13th, for training.

Chestnut Hill College students will be returning to campus this Fall. Click here for more information on the re-opening plan for Fall 2020.

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Chestnut Hill College is back on campus for spring 2021. Answers regarding what this semester will look like can be found here.... more
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See what it's like to be a Griffin by registering for one of our upcoming Saturday visits or open houses.... more
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Stay engaged with CHC virtually! Check out daily reflections from Sister Carol, a weekly calendar of events, helpful resources, activities to keep your mind and body active, and so much more! ... more
LaKeisha Thorpe
Dear Members of the College Community, I am very pleased to announce that we have hired LaKeisha Thorpe, Ph.D., as the College’s Officer for Diversity and Inclusion, effective February 8, 2021. I wish to thank all those involved and especially the members of the search committee for their tremendous efforts to complete this search and to present such a talented and experienced leader for this critical position. READ MORE
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Chestnut Hill College has enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Montgomery County Community College for over a decade, allowing students to easily and seamlessly transfer to CHC to receive their bachelor's degrees. This partnership was highlighted in a recent edition of Montco Today. READ MORE
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Dear Members of the College Community,  There are no words to describe what the world watched unfold on Wednesday, January 6, as thousands of emotionally charged insurrectionists ascended to the United States Capitol to interfere with the certification of the electoral college votes. READ MORE