Chatham University (Eden Hall Campus)


PHONE: (412) 365-1600

Eden Hall is the suburban campus extension of Chatham University, a small, highly-regarded private university offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees.

The university began in 1869 as a single-gender educational institution called the Pennsylvania Female College. It was renamed Chatham College in 1955 in honor of William Pitt (1708-1778), the first Earl Of Chatham and for whom Pittsburgh is named. Over the years, Chatham expanded its graduate and doctoral programs to include male students and it became a university in 2007.

Chatham’s Eden Hall Campus is a 388-acre embodiment of the university’s commitment to support sustainability and environmental education. All current and future buildings are modern, energy efficient and exciting structures for learning and living. Funding was made possible by the Eden Hall Foundation.

The university’s most famous alumnae is groundbreaking biologist Rachel Carson (1907-1964), an early and important advocate in the global environmental movement.

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    6035 Ridge Road, Richland, PA 15044 United States