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Launched in the summer of 2022 thanks to funding from a U.S. Department of Education Title III Grant, Chestnut Hill College has a free-to-attend four-week summer transition program that helps incoming, first-year students adjust to College by providing academic enrichment, community building, and experiential learning activities.

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One of the tenets of the NCAA's Division II philosophy is a strong focus on academics, not just athletics. This is a quality that Chestnut Hill College has long-embodied, even before going D2 in August 2007.

Amidst a sea of decorated caps, Gianna Vassulluzzo '22 stands on stage to offer the student welcome during Saturday's ceremony.

With the sun shining bright, Chestnut Hill College celebrated a week like no other in the College’s history as students from the classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022 all came together to be honored as CHC graduates as part of the College’s 95th Annual Commencement held from May 19th – 21st. 

Cans of Vale Pale Ale, a very special beer brewed in honor of Sister Carol and in celebration of the impact she has made over her 30-year tenure as CHC President.

For all the excitement surrounding this year’s event, one of the most unique elements of Reunion 2022 is the debut of a very special beer brewed in honor of Sister Carol and in celebration of the impact she has made over her 30-year tenure as CHC President.  

Sister Cathy, Sister Carol and Archbishop Perez

On Tuesday, May 10 at 7 p.m. EST, “Public Health America” will feature Sister Catherine Nerney, SSJ, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Director of the Chestnut Hill College Institute for Forgiveness and Reconciliation.