University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
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The Pitt-Johnstown Story

Distinctive Characteristics

  • Bright, highly-motivated, and diverse student body
  • State-of-the-art living, teaching, and learning facilities featuring dormitories wired for internet access
  • Small class sizes with personal attention in a safe, picturesque, suburban, 650-acre, wooded campus
  • Popular Degree Programs

  • Arts and Sciences
  • Business - Accounting, Finance, and Management
  • Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Engineering Technology
  • Preprofessional
  • Three Graduate Degrees - Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, and Master of Social Work
  • Well-Rounded and Comprehensive University Experience

  • 72 student organizations
  • Pasquerilla Performing Arts Ceter, offering outstanding cultural programs
  • Conference Center at Pitt Johnstown, providing ambient lodging and seminar facilities
  • J. Irving Whalley Memorial Chapel hosting religious services, weddings, special speakers, and programs
  • Zamias Aquatic Center offering swimming instruction to community
  • Accreditation

  • Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Commission on Higher Education; Technology
         Accreditation Commision of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET)
         www.abet.org
  • Academic Calendar

  • Modified trimester with Fall and Spring semester; optional Summer terms from five to 15-week sessions
  • Graduation Requirements

  • Defined by chosen major, as well as Arts and Sciences general requirements
  • Financial Assistance

  • More than 80% of students receive financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study
         programs
  • General Information

  • Jem Spectar, PhD, President
  • Founded in 1927
  • Enrollment 3.050
  • Average class size 25
  • Student-to-faculty ratio 19:1
  • Alumni 18,000+
  • Faculty 156 full-time; 112 part-time and adjunct
  • Staff 238
  • 46 Undergraduate Majors
  • Last Reviewed: August 9, 2007