By Eileen Connelly, OSU Faculty and staff at the St. Martin and Over-the-Rhine campuses of Chatfield College, founded by the Ursulines of Brown County, are dedicated to meeting the changing needs of their diverse student population. This includes a variety of technology-related initiatives. In January of this year,
Chatfield College has launched a mentoring program at its Over-the-Rhine campus aimed at further helping its students succeed. Volunteer mentors are needed. An organizational meeting for potential mentors was held July 26th at Chatfield’s OTR campus located at 1544 Central Parkway, just south of Liberty Street. “Many of our students,
Chatfield College in Cincinnati and St. Martin, Ohio has received a bequeathed gift for $1 million from Dr. Mary Lois Jung — a surgeon, former Catholic nun and dedicated philanthropist. Jung’s gift is the largest testamentary gift received in Chatfield’s history and will create its largest endowed scholarship – one of
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph When classes begin at Chatfield College’s Cincinnati Campus in Over-the-Rhine Aug. 24, the diverse student population will not only have classroom space to enjoy, but also a beautiful chapel “We have been a part of the Over-the-Rhine community for many years, and we
Staff Report The four Catholic colleges located within the Archdiocese of Cincinnati have each made new in recent weeks. Here’s a look at what’s happening at each school.
Staff Report Chatfield College has commenced the renovation of a historic building for use as its new permanent Cincinnati campus in Over-the-Rhine. Located at 1544 Central Parkway, the 18,000 square foot building will provide a permanent, downtown campus for Chatfield students. The college is currently leasing space at 1800 Logan
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph While certainly not a holy day and technically not even a holiday, Opening Day for the Cincinnati Reds is a big deal to the city of Cincinnati. Just as historic as the Reds and the games themselves is the Findlay Market Opening Day Parade,
Press Release Chatfield College, Cincinnati’s private, Catholic, associate degree College founded by the Ursulines of Brown County, has launched a $5 million capital campaign, called “Building Community.” “Building Community” is derived from one of the nine counsels of St. Angela Merici, who founded the Ursulines in 1535. “Build Community Wherever
February 25, 2011 By Eileen Connelly, OSU The pastoral and spiritual needs of Chatfield College’s diverse student population are as different as the school’s two locations — the peaceful, rural campus in St. Martin and the urban setting of the Findlay Market site.
Thursday, June 10, 2010 CATHEDRAL DEANERY — Chatfield College has announced the appointment of Wanda W. Hill as the new director of the college’s Cincinnati location in Findlay Market. Hill will officially begin her responsibilities on July 1.