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Financing Your Undergraduate Education

Financing Your Undergraduate Education

Chestnut Hill College is a place that provides a holistic education, in a beautiful setting, among an inclusive community. The value of such an education is high; the personal attention in the classroom coupled with an active student life both on and off-campus provides students and parents with more than just a degree after four years. It leaves students with the feeling of being prepared to enter the "real world" with skills that transcend the classroom.

Scholarship Opportunities

Chestnut Hill College offers financial assistance based both on merit and financial circumstances. 98 percent of CHC students receive some form of financial assistance in the forms of merit scholarships and grants. The effort given in high school is something that is noticed here, earning the average first-year student $16,000 per year in merit-based scholarships.

Students who submit the FAFSA will be considered for all aid programs administered by the college.

Merit Scholarships

Merit Scholarships are awarded by the Office of Admissions to full-time students based on academic achievement.

All domestic applicants to the college are considered for any eligible scholarships. Students awarded Chestnut Hill College scholarships must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 to be eligible for renewal.

*Scholarships are awarded at the time of your admission to the college and will not be impacted by any changes made after you are enrolled as a student unless renewal requirements are not met.

General Contact Information

Email:  finaid@chc.edu  Phone: 215.248.7182  Fax: 215.242.7705

Address: Chestnut Hill College, Student Financial Services, 9601 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118

Location on Campus: Student Financial Services is located on the first floor of St. Joseph's Hall at the end of the music hallway.

Hours:  M-Th: 9am-6pm,  Fri: 9am-4pm

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