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Chatham University Photo - Chatham University’s Eden Hall Farm Campus is located north of Pittsburgh in Richland Township and approximately 45 minutes from Chatham’s historic Shadyside Campus. The Eden Hall Farm Campus is a living laboratory for our undergraduate and graduate students and promises to become one of the most unique learning and living environments in the United States. A gift from Eden Hall Foundation to Chatham University, the Eden Hall Farm Campus supports a variety of educational, environmental, women’s leadership and community programs. Amenities on the 388-acre campus include a working conference and retreat center, the Sebastian Mueller House, swimming pool, bowling alley, and trails. Originally assembled by Sebastian Mueller, one of the first executives at the H.J. Heinz Company, Eden Hall Farm served as Mr. Mueller’s summer estate and a retreat for generations of the company’s working women. Chatham honors the legacy of Sebastian Mueller, Eden Hall Farm’s founder, by creating an academic retreat that will allow community members to expand their horizons and explore their potential.
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Trinity International University-Florida Photo - TIU is a regional accredited university that provides an evangelical Christian education through excellent academic instruction. Our degree programs provide a strong academic curriculum to support the practical integration of faith and learning.
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Southwestern Adventist University Photo - The main entrance to the campus with Pechero Hall in the background, where Business, Education, and Social Science classes meet.
Chatham University Photo - Chatham University’s Eden Hall Farm Campus is located north of Pittsburgh in Richland Township and approximately 45 minutes from Chatham’s historic Shadyside Campus. The Eden Hall Farm Campus is a living laboratory for our undergraduate and graduate students and promises to become one of the most unique learning and living environments in the United States. A gift from Eden Hall Foundation to Chatham University, the Eden Hall Farm Campus supports a variety of educational, environmental, women’s leadership and community programs. Amenities on the 388-acre campus include a working conference and retreat center, the Sebastian Mueller House, swimming pool, bowling alley, and trails. Originally assembled by Sebastian Mueller, one of the first executives at the H.J. Heinz Company, Eden Hall Farm served as Mr. Mueller’s summer estate and a retreat for generations of the company’s working women. Chatham honors the legacy of Sebastian Mueller, Eden Hall Farm’s founder, by creating an academic retreat that will allow community members to expand their horizons and explore their potential.
Central College Photo - Newly renovated Vermeer Science Center is home to the natural sciences and computer sciences where students learn through hands-on research with faculty.
Drew University Photo - Mead Hall
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Maryville College Photo - One of 13 MC buildings on the National Historic Landmark Registry.
Furman University Photo - President Rod Smolla spoke at Furman's 2011 Commencement Ceremony.
Bridgewater College Photo - Environmental study
St. Andrews University Photo - Members of the annual spring GANZA celebration at St. Andrews cheer on the steps of the college center as the event countdown begins.
William Jewell College Photo - Jewell Hall: Built in 1851, Jewell Hall bears the College’s namesake, civil war history, and is listed on the National Historic Register.
Mount Mercy University Photo - Mount Mercy welcomes students of all beliefs and strives to enhance the surrounding community through living out the call to serve wherever human neeed exists.
Colby-Sawyer College Photo - Colgate Hall
Kalamazoo College Photo - The Quad at Commencement.
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