In honor of Sister Carol's 25 years of service as president to Chesnut Hill College, CHC established the Sister Carol Fund for Academic Initiatives, which has now raised over $100,000.
From the Phillies to Hershey Park, the Office of Alumni Relations has your summer all planned out!
A new interdisciplinary minor in European Union and European Studies was recently approved by the College’s Curriculum Committee.
Chestnut Hill College has added two majors effective this semester in the School of Continuing & Professional Studies and one that will be available in the fall 2017 semester in the School of Undergraduate Studies.
The Redmond Room was standing-room-only as the College community said goodbye to three retiring members and celebrated the service of others.
With drenching rains, high winds and cold temperatures in the forecast, the decision was made—about 48 hours in advance of CHC’s 90th Commencement ceremony on May 13—to move the event into Sorgenti Arena. A first in CHC history.
After extensive searches, four new staff members have been hired to join the Chestnut Hill College community.
When Sister Carol wanted to engage with Philadelphia students, she contacted State Senator Art Haywood who then reached out to Keisha Wilkins, principal of Martin Luther King High School. They were on board immediately.
Is there a contradiction between what we learn from science and what we learn from theology? How can scientific discoveries enlighten religious beliefs? These are some of the questions asked and discussed by the Institute for Religion and Science (IRS) hosted at Chestnut Hill College.
Sometimes being a commuter student can be challenging. The commuter assistant program makes it a little bit easier.