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Ready to apply to Chatham University? From this page, you can access Chatham's applications for undergraduate first-year and transfer students, graduate students, and non-degree-seeking students. 
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Undergraduate Chatham Application

The Chatham Application is for all students applying to Chatham's Bachelor-level undergraduate programs (both on-campus and online). If you are a first-time user, you will be required to create an account, which will then allow you to save and return to your application until completed. Chatham also accepts applications from The Common Application; first-year students using the Common App should use this link, and transfer students should use this link.  To apply directly through Chatham, click the button below.

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Graduate Program Application

IMPORTANT: This application is only for students applying to Chatham's Masters- and Doctoral-level graduate programs, with the exception of the Entry-Level Occupational TherapyPhysical TherapyPhysician Assistant Studies, and Athletic Training programs that use a separate application (follows links to those applications in the text above). You will be prompted to create an account the first time, which will then allow you to save and return to your application until completed.

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Non-Degree Seeking Student Application

Students who wish to take classes at Chatham University without enrolling in a degree program may apply to the University as a Non-Degree Seeking Student. Non-degree seeking students include visiting high school dual enrollment students, Pittsburgh Consortium of Higher Education (PCHE) students, visiting college students outside of PCHE, or adult students wishing to take courses for continuing education.

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Re-Admit Student Application

The Re-Admit student application is for past Chatham University students who are no longer enrolled. This application supports past Chatham undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree seeking students who wish to return to Chatham to take degree seeking and non-degree seeking course work.

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Contact Us

Our admissions counselors are prepared to help you make the most informed decision possible about your college education. To help with this process, we personally assign a counselor to all prospective students. Your counselor can answer questions, arrange for you to speak with current students, faculty and financial aid coordinators, and even assist you in the application process. 

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Attend an Open House

Kickoff your college search as we introduce you to everything Chatham has to offer. Learn more about your admission process and academic scholarships, hear about our top-notch academics and integrated degree programs, tour campus, and enjoy lunch with faculty, staff, admissions counselors, coaches and students. All interested high school and transfer students are invited to attend.

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Scholarship Interview Days

Register for the upcoming Academic Scholarship Day to earn more money for your education at Chatham. Join us at our stunning Shadyside Campus where you can learn more about our challenging academics in the areas of sustainability, health & wellness, business & communications, and the arts & sciences, and walk away with an additional scholarship of up to $3,000 per year.