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Contact Your Admissions Counselor

Contact Your Admissions Counselor

Our staff is passionate about Chestnut Hill College and dedicated to help you through every step of the application process. We are here to answer your questions and welcome you to our cherished community at Chestnut Hill. Our counselors each represent specific territories of the U.S. and counties within Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Please check out their bios to make sure you contact the counselor best suited to serve you!

For General Information

Contact admissions@chc.edu or call  215-248-7001 or 800-248-0052

Darian Leader

Darian Leader, M.S. '14

Director of Transfer Admissions
First Floor Fournier Hall

Educational background

M.S., Administration of Human Services-Chestnut Hill College

B.S., Sociology- Gettysburg College 

Certified Health and Wellness Coach- The Institute for Integrative Nutrition 

Why I choose Chestnut Hill College:  
I chose Chestnut Hill College to earn my Master’s Degree in Administration of Human Services because of the hands-on classroom environment and dedicated Faculty! I love welcoming new transfer students to CHC because there is nothing more gratifying than seeing a student find the perfect place to expand their knowledge, ask questions and explore their potential! As a transfer student joining the Griffin family, you’re not late to the game, you’re just in time and we’ve been waiting for you!

Chestnut Hill College fun fact: 
Over one-third of the incoming student population is made up of fantastically diverse transfer students!

Favorite campus event: 
Accepted Student Day! The excitement on the faces of hundreds of new Griffins is a beautiful thing!

Steph Williams

Stephanie Williams '07

Assistant Director of Admissions Operations
Ground Floor Fournier Hall

Educational background
B.A., Psychology-Chestnut Hill College

Why I chose Chestnut Hill College:
I was recruited to play on the inaugural soccer team and be part of the first co- educational class (2003). I wanted to be part of the college's history!

What makes CHC special: 
Small school... second family!

My advice to incoming students
Get involved! Don't limit yourself. Be willing to step outside your comfort zone!