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Student Activities at Chatham University is committed to student involvement on Chatham's campus and in the community. The office, which is located in the Carriage House, provides quality programming, events, activities, leadership and co-curricular opportunities to enrich students' out-of-classroom experience, maintains the Carriage House as the living room of campus, and helps advise Chatham's student organizations.
Upper class students overwhelmingly agree that one of the best parts of living on campus as a First Year student is having a roommate. All incoming residential students complete a Roommate Survey once they are accepted to the University. The Office of Residence Life & Student Activities - Student Affairs matches roommates according to their study & sleep habits and co-curricular interests.
The Jennie King Mellon Library serves the information needs of Chatham University faculty whether on ground or online.
As part of a holistic approach to student development, Health Services offers a variety of educational programs in health and wellness for the campus community in cooperation with the Office of Student Affairs and various other departments on campus. The Student Health Center provides basic first aid intervention, illness and injury assessment, and starter doses of over-the-counter medication.
Chatham is located between the Shadyside and Squirrel Hill residential districts of Pittsburgh. The campus is six miles from downtown Pittsburgh, the urban anchor of Western Pennsylvania. Please refer to the following for instructions on how to get to Chatham.
The purpose of the Account Club is to help students network with accounting professionals and learn more about the accounting profession.
The purpose of the organization will be to bring together all Chatham University students that have any kind of interest in art or design, at any level. We will focus not simply on visual art, but on recognizing how important design is to everyday life, realizing that design can be found everywhere, and understanding that design can be used to solve problems.
Chatham University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.