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Chestnut Hill is a private, Catholic graduate school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 482 graduate students. The 11 graduate programs at Chestnut Hill College are all on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at Chestnut Hill College are Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Human Services. 56% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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I've had an excellent experience at Chestnut Hill as a graduate student in the Clinical and Counseling Psychology program. The program has an excellent reputation in the area for turning out graduates who are extremely prepared to immediately begin working in the field. Many of my professors are practicing clinicians, and I find their direct experience to be very helpful in the classroom. I also love that CHC offers so many concentrations within the program- many more than any other graduate program I looked at!
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When it comes to attending Chestnut Hill College I can honestly say it was the best experience I have ever had. I love the mix of tradition and non-traditional students and how we can learn from one another and not feel completely out of place. I love how personable the staff are and how they make learning enjoyable. The professors are very supportive and inclusive. The atmosphere is welcoming and all the staff from the parking lot attendants to constant are absolutely wonderful. There is a supportive family-like system and everyone is willing to step up and help you along the way, either through life or geographically at this school.
When it comes to getting involved they always have things going on such as drama club, crocheting, nights out you name it they have it. I can go on and on but I just want to say that my experience at this college has been one of the most fulfilling, fun and educational pieces in my life and I plan of returning for my Masters.
This school has a welcoming atmosphere and the professors care about your education. However, the wifi in the building does not work well and some of the classrooms are outdated.