Chestnut Hill College students will be returning to campus this Fall. Click here for more information on the re-opening plan for Fall 2020.
For the first time, CHC has hired a director of the Tichenor-Greer Scholars Program to manage its rapid growth, mentor the participants and provide them with academic resources.
The ramifications of the 1917 Russian Revolution continue to reverberate in contemporary Russia and students of this era will find much of interest at the Legacy of the Russian Revolution conference this weekend.
In conjunction with the Delaware Valley Chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association, Chestnut Hill College hosted the third annual cyber security and forensics conference in October.
Christmastime at CHC brings two special events that are enjoyed every year: Holiday Cheer and Breakfast with Santa!
Following last year’s full, and somewhat bumpy, introduction into the Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL), CHC's 2017 campaign was full of success and record-breaking moments.
CHC is often mentioned in the news. Read on for some of the notable articles from the past month.
Peek into the library at Fort Washington Elementary School before school starts on Tuesdays and Thursdays and you will see 25 young students working with seven Chestnut Hill College education majors.
Christopher Sivel is possibly the youngest person to run for the office of Whitemarsh Township Supervisor.