Graduate Events

Chatham graduate programs position our alumni to excel in today's top industries. See how we can do the same for you by visiting campus or attending one of our on-campus or online events tailored to your program of interest and that fit your schedule.

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Open Houses

At a Chatham Graduate School Virtual Open House, you’ll meet faculty, learn more about your program of interest, explore financial aid, and be provided with resources on career or educational topics of interest. 

View Open House Schedule : Checkerboard 1 - Open Houses
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Other Opportunities

Chatham is happy to offer additional weekly virtual events for interested students to learn more about what makes our community unique. Join staff, faculty, and community members on Special Topic Tuesdays to learn more about topics such as applying to graduate school and writing a memorable personal statement.

Schedule of Weekly Virtual Events : Checkerboard 4 - Other Opportunities
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Academic Visit Days

When you come to one of our academic visit days, you’ll have the opportunity to join us for a class session in your area of interest, dine with current students and faculty, tour the campus, and learn about the admission process. Take advantage of a unique way to dive deeper into specific programs, our three Schools and subjects like Chatham’s unique, problem-based learning approach.

Academic Visit Day Schedule : Checkerboard 5 - Academic Visit Days
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Cadaver Lab Visit

Temporarily unavailable due to COVID-19 restrictions. Experience Chatham’s cadaver lab to see how Chatham prepares its students for hands-on-training, education, and preparation in the study of anatomy, disease sites, dissection, and surgical techniques. These visits are for students interested in the MS Biology or MA Biomedical Studies programs only.