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Experience our 50-year student support legacy

Chatfield College is southwestern Ohio’s only associate degree liberal arts college. Founded by the Ursulines of Brown County, Chatfield is a Catholic college that believes in the potential of every person and invites students from every walk of life to join.

By staying intentionally small since 1971, Chatfield is the perfect place for people who want personal empowerment to improve their lives, families, and communities.

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Meeting students where they are

Chatfield serves students at two convenient locations: our beautifully wooded St. Martin campus and our bustling urban campus in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.

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Where support leads to success

Because Chatfield is a small college, you’ll have better and easier access to faculty and other support staff than you would at a large university.

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Regionally recognized for quality

Chatfield College is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). That means you’ll receive a future-focused education that meets high quality standards.

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Built to meet the needs of the times

1845
Sr. Julia Chatfield leads a group of Ursuline Sisters to Brown County, Ohio, from France to establish a school.
1958
Ursulines of Brown County open the Ursuline Teacher Training Institute in St. Martin to provide quality liberal arts education to sisters joining the Ursuline order.
1970
The school is renamed Chatfield College to honor Sr. Julia and opens to the public.
2015
Chatfield College completes construction on its new campus in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, allowing more students access to its quality associate degrees.
Today
Chatfield College continues its mission to provide personal assistance to students who want to improve their lives, families, and communities through education.

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Become a champion at Chatfield

I dreamed of the day I could walk down the aisle to accept a token of my hard work. I’m grateful for the education I’ve received through Chatfield. I will continue to pursue what makes my future brighter. I am a champion because I dreamed, I desired, and I reached the light at the end of the tunnel.

–Reathanak W., Chatfield graduate