Today, Chatfield College announced its plans to transition from a two-year, private liberal arts college to a nonprofit agency focused on supporting postsecondary education attainment, beginning in January 2023.
The new name of the agency will be The Chatfield Edge. It will provide education attainment services, academic scholarships, mentoring, and job readiness support to qualified first-generation and non-traditional students in Greater Cincinnati.
As a result of the transition, Fall 2022 will be the final semester for academic classes at both the college’s Over-the-Rhine campus in downtown Cincinnati and its St. Martin campus in Brown County, Ohio.
The Ursulines of Brown County are excited about this future vision for The Chatfield Edge. We are incredibly proud of the 51-years of educational programs provided by Chatfield College. As we continue to think about how we want to meet students’ needs, we are united in supporting the efforts to transition Chatfield College into a nonprofit agency to help students excel within their education and career opportunities. Chatfield has always been and will remain a wonderful legacy of the Ursulines of Brown County, Ohio and Sr. Julia Chatfield, who traveled a long journey here to the United States to help others pursue quality education.
To learn more about The Chatfield Edge, visit https://chatfield.edu/thechatfieldedge/.
To read Chatfield College’s full announcement, download the attachment below.