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Chatham University's next-generation sustainable campus Sustainability at Chatham

The Falk School of Sustainability

The Falk School of Sustainability at Chatham University was founded in 2010 after the tremendous gift of the 388-acre Eden Hall Campus from the Eden Hall Foundation. One of the earliest schools of its kind in the country, the Falk School will be a wellspring for leadership and education to overcome current and future sustainability challenges.

The Falk School provides bachelor and master-level academic programs and is now admitting students to three programs: Master of Arts in Food Studies, Master of Sustainability, and the Bachelor of Sustainability. These programs are dedicated to producing professional sustainability leaders, with graduates able to apply principles of sustainability in a variety of areas. All of our students, faculty, and staff engage in courses, projects, and careers that promote the professionalization of the fields and afford students experiences that evidence and translate to real-world progress.

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Eden Hall Campus

Eden Hall Campus will be the first in the world built from the ground up for the study of sustainable living, learning, and development. Using the latest in environmentally responsible technology, design and innovation, Eden Hall will be self-sustaining in every way by producing zero carbon emissions and more energy than it consumes. It will one day serve more than 1,500 students (on-campus and online) with programs in the fields of sustainability, health sciences, business, and more. As an internationally recognized leader in sustainability, Chatham University is forging the way to a brighter, healthier tomorrow. Learn more about Eden Hall Campus.