Pitt-Johnstown occupies 263 hectares in a suburban, wooded setting. It is located 13 km outside of Johnstown, Pennsylvania (metropolitan population of 110,000); 113 km east of Pittsburgh; and 282 km northwest of Washington, D.C.
Johnstown has three major modes of transportation: The John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport, Greyhound Bus Lines, and Amtrak Train Station. A local transit service, shuttles, and taxis are also available.
The campus is nestled in the Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania. Temperatures will vary according to season. The average maximum temperature in July is 30 degrees celcius versus 3 degrees celcius in January. We advise that you have an array of clothing to keep you warm in the winter (November - March) and cool during the remainder of the year.