The University of Pittsburgh is composed of five campuses located across Western Pennsylvania. All of our campuses share the same philosophy, strengths, and international reputation. Students at all campuses have access to excellent opportunities, including a world-class library system, technology resources and support, and career development assistance. The regional campuses are located in different counties across Western Pennsylvania.
Even though not all majors and disciplines are offered on the regional campuses, they may offer a more intimate academic setting compared to the Pittsburgh campus. The emphasis at the regional campuses is on teaching and undergraduate education. Furthermore the provincial locations of the regional campuses will have more reasonable costs of living than in Pittsburgh city-proper.
Although most incoming exchange or guest students study at the Pittsburgh campus at Pitt, select exchange relationships are specific to particular regional campuses.
Pitt-Bradford’s beautiful campus is nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains. With a student enrollment of over 1,500 students, Pitt-Bradford offers courses in over 40 majors of study. Exchange students coming from Heilbronn University in Germany will study at the Bradford campus.
Located in the Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania, Pitt-Greensburg is the closest regional campus to Pittsburgh. In a given semester there are over 1,500 students enrolled at Pitt-Greensburg, taking courses across 26 different areas of study. Given the small setting, the average class size is 24 students. Check out the virtual campus tour. Additionally, access this campus's photo gallery.
A picturesque campus 70 miles east of Pittsburgh, Pitt-Johnstown offers a quality education in a dynamic environment. Established in 1927, of the regional campuses, it is the largest and first. Students studying at Pitt-Johnstown may select courses across 48 majors of study. There are approximately 3,000 students enrolled on this campus.
Located in Crawford County, Pitt-Titusville combines the advantages of a small college lifestyle with the resources and reputation that come with a Pitt education. The smallest of four regional campuses, Pitt-Titusville enrolls approximately 350 students each semester.