What is the student-to-faculty ratio?
Chatfield College offers small classes with personal attention from staff and faculty. Chatfield College is able to achieve that by maintaining a Student to Faculty ratio that is 12 to 1.
What student services are available?
Staff members are available to assist students with academic and career counseling, as well as financial counseling. The Chatfield College Learning Center provides peer tutors to students struggling in the areas of writing, math, and the basic use of computers. Chatfield also offers a variety of student activities through the academic year. All activities are open to family, friends, and the neighboring community.
To be considered a full-time student, how many hours are needed?
For financial aid purposes, full time means at least 12 credit hours each term. At Chatfield, 12 credit hours is usually four courses. A three-quarter-time student takes 9, 10, or 11 credit hours. A half-time student takes six, seven, or eight credit hours.
What percentage of students receive financial aid?
Over 80 percent of Chatfield students receive financial aid through grants, scholarships, and loans. Tuition is $338 per credit hour.
When is my payment due? What payment options are available?
Chatfield College offers the following payment options: single payment, two payments, weekly or monthly payments. All semester charges must be paid in full by the end of the semester.
What if I drop courses or leave school?
Depending on the date of the enrollment change, all or part of your aid awards may need to be returned to funding sources. Chatfield’s refund policy is in our catalog. You MUST notify the Registrar of such changes in your course schedule. Withdrawals may affect Satisfactory Progress.
Can I transfer aid from one school to another?
Unused Federal Pell Grant may be transferred. Unused Ohio Instructional Grant may be transferred to another Ohio college but the amounts may change. Scholarships and grants awarded by one college will not transfer to another. Federal Student Loans will not transfer because the new school must certify based on their costs and aid package.