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Christine Jackson ’20, ’24 SGS, who graduated from Chestnut Hill College with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a minor in human services, will be one of the first students in Chestnut Hill College’s new Master of Science in Cybersecurity online program.

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To all our international students: Chestnut Hill College supports you and stands with you. We take pride in your membership in our campus community and we are grateful for your many contributions. The richness you add to the student life experience at Chestnut Hill is invaluable.

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This year, Chestnut Hill College held its Annual Retirement and Service Awards Ceremony virtually, a celebration that paid tribute to retiring faculty and staff and celebrated all those who serve the CHC community.

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Chestnut Hill College Director of Athletics and Recreation, Jesse Balcer, is pleased to announce E-Sports as the 19th intercollegiate program in the College's athletic catalog.


Ayesha Farzana Hamid ’01, B.A., B.S., lived life balancing the expectations of her immigrant parents with those of the world around her, a struggle she details in her new book, “The Borderland Between Worlds: A Memoir.”

Jen McKenzie

Jennifer McKenzie, a former mentor for student-teachers at Chestnut Hill College, is the recent recipient of the Philadelphia School District’s 2020 Lindback Award for Distinguished Public Teachers. 

Lucy Miller Murray

This year Lucy Miller Murray ’61 published “Faces: A Novel,” a story equal parts love and tragedy.