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Troy A. Miller

Chestnut Hill College announced today that it has appointed Troy A. Miller as Vice President for Enrollment Management, effective July 6, 2021.

Students on a laptop

Chestnut Hill College has announced that the Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC) – the accreditation body for the College’s graduate program in Clinical and Counseling Psychology – has received national recognition by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

From L to R: Chris Shriver ‘16, CHC President, Sister Carol, and Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Erin Wooley, celebrate a successful scholarship gala.

More than 400 guests from across the country logged on for Chestnut Hill College’s 12th Annual Scholarship Gala, which took place virtually on Thursday, May 13th. For more than a decade, the Chestnut Hill College community has come together annually to showcase the true spirit and mission of the College for the Scholarship Gala. The event serves as the largest fundraiser for the College, with all proceeds directly funding student scholarships.

Kenyatta Burton

Two recipients of Chestnut Hill College’s innovative H.O.P.E. Scholarship Program have used their H.O.P.E. scholarships to complete their education and earn their Bachelor of Science degrees at the College’s virtual 94th Commencement ceremonies

Reverend James Martin

The Reverend James Martin, SJ, an award-winning author, an internationally renowned speaker and columnist, and editor-at-large of the Jesuit magazine America will deliver the 94th Commencement address at the College’s virtual ceremony on Saturday, May 8.


The local couple will be the recipients of a Lifetime of Service and Achievement Award and will assist the College in reaching a $400,000 goal to help fund student scholarships.

Kay McNulty and ENIAC

Nearly 80 years ago, Kathleen “Kay” McNulty ’42, a recent emigrant from Ireland, graduated from Chestnut Hill College as one of only three women to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. Today, her legacy continues in a new form at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, now known as DEVCOM, Army Research Laboratory in Maryland, where a new supercomputer has been named in her honor.