Quick Facts about Pitt-Greensburg

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg entrance sign

150 Finoli Drive — Greensburg, PA 15601 — www.greensburg.pitt.edu
 

Pitt-Greensburg, founded in 1963, is a four-year,
baccalaureate-degree-granting
institution in the University of Pittsburgh system.

    
Information current as of 09.14.2016

Fall 2016 Enrollment Numbers

  • 1,437 Full-Time
  • 1,470.6 Full-Time Equivalent
  • 1,521 Head Count
  • 84 Part-Time (does not include college high school programs)
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 18 to 1
  • Average Class Size: 20.8
  • Residential Statistics: more than 600 students reside on campus; nearly 1,000 students commute to campus

 

Current Campus Statistics

  • 290 degrees conferred in 2016 (includes August 2015, December 2015, and April 2016 graduates)
  • 10,951 alumni (includes those who attended Pitt-Greensburg for three semesters or more)
  • 139 faculty (81 full-time; 58 regular part-time)
  • 124 staff (104 full-time; 3 regular part-time; 15 temp. part-time)

Class of 2020

  • SAT Composite Average (Math + Critical Reading): 1027
  • Top 10 percent of Class: 14 percent
  • Top 20 percent of Class: 33 percent

Academic Programs

Majors                                                                                                           Minors
American Studies History
Anthropology Information Technology
Biochemistry Management
Biological Science Management: Accounting
Chemistry Management: Information Systems
Communication Mathematics
Creative and Professional Writing Political Science
Criminal Justice Psychology
Education: Early Childhood Public Policy
Education: Secondary Spanish
Education: Spanish Visual and Performing Arts
English Literature

Interdisciplinary Majors

Accounting History of Art & Architecture
Actuarial Sciences Music
Chemistry Philosophy
Computer Science Political Science
Creative and Professional Writing Psychology
Education Sociology
English Literature Spanish
Gender Studies Statistics
History Theatre Arts

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pre-professional Programs

 

Nutrition & Dietetics
Engineering

Pre-Dentistry
Pre-Health & Rehab. Science

 

 

Certificate Programs

Arts Entrepreneurship
Children's Literature
Digital Studies

Pre-Health Info Management
Pre-Medicine
Pre-Occupational Therapy
Pre-Pharmacy
Pre-Physical Therapy

Pre-Social Work

 

 

Latin American Studies
Manufacturing Management

 

 

 

 

 

Behavior Analysis Coursework

The Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc.® has approved the following course sequence as meeting the coursework requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst Examination. (Applicants will have to meet additional requirements to qualify):

  • PSY 402: Experimental Learning
  • PSY 1475: Applied Behavior Analysis
  • PSY 1485: Advanced Behavior Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tuition & Fees
2016-2017* Academic Year

*This data is accurate as of 09.2016.

In-State per term: $6,344 tuition + $465 fees = $6,809
- per academic yr: $12,618 tuition + $930 fees = $13,618
Out-of-State per term: $11,855 tuition + $465 fees = $12,320
- per academic yr: $23,710 tuition + $930 fees = $24,640

 

Typical Billing Costs if Living on Campus
(Two Semesters):

(In-State* / Out-of-State**)
Full-time student tuition & fees: $13,618* / 24,640**
14 meals/wk + $150 flex/term: $3,580* / $3,580**
Non-Single Housing: $6,110* / $6,110**
TOTAL: $23,308* / $34,330**

Financial Aid 

 
  • 88 percent of Pitt-Greensburg’s full-time students receive some form of Financial Aid (including loans)
  • 86 percent of all Pitt-Greensburg students receive some form of financial aid
  • 35 percent of Pitt-Greensburg students receive scholarships funded by Pitt-Greensburg
  • 70 percent of Pitt-Greensburg’s incoming freshmen receive scholarships funded by Pitt-Greensburg
  • Pitt-Greensburg offered $18.2 million in scholarships to students this past year
  • Merit and Transfer Student scholarships are offered to students who meet academic criteria. Endowed scholarships allow Pitt-Greensburg to provide financial support to students meeting donor-specified criteria. (www.greensburg.pitt.edu/financial-aid/scholarships)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Extracurricular Information

12 NCAA Division III Athletic Teams
  • Men's teams: baseball, golf, basketball, cross country, soccer, tennis
  • Women's teams: basketball, cross country, soccer, tennis, softball, volleyball
  • Participates in the NCAA Division III and the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC)
Clubs & Organizations

More than 50 clubs and organizations exist at Pitt-Greensburg, including the Student Government Association and the Student Activities Board. These groups provide opportunities for out-of-classroom learning, as well as leadership experience

Community Service

Pitt-Greensburg students learn firsthand that community service does good--and feels good. Whether it’s through the annual “Into the Streets” event, Circle K International, Habitat for Humanity, Outdoor Adventure & Community Service, Scholars in Service to PA (AmeriCorps), or other organizations and classes, Pitt-Greensburg students volunteer hundreds of hours in the community each month.


Campus

26 buildings on 219 acres
On-campus housing features five residence communities that include apartment- and suite-style living

Buildings
  • Chambers Hall & Gymnasium - campus student center that includes Wagner Dining Hall, the Ronnie Andrews Fitness Center, and the Campus Bookstore
  • Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center - 165-seat intimate auditorium
  • Frank A. Cassell Hall - classrooms and student computer center
  • McKenna Hall - classrooms and computer center
  • Millstein Library - contains more than 78,000 volumes and provides access to an array of information resources through the University Library System’s Digital Library. Members of the community are welcome to visit the library and use the resources on-site, or they may become a “Friend of the Library” in order to obtain greater borrowing privileges

Collage: Millstein Library, Lynch Hall, Cassell Hall, Campana Chapel

  • Powers Hall - auditorium, classrooms, faculty offices
  • Smith Hall - classrooms, faculty offices, biology, chemistry, and other natural science laboratories, plus the 270-seat Ferguson Theater capable of supporting theatre productions and other public events.
Center for Applied Research

The Center for Applied Research (CFAR) establishes mutually beneficial relationships with community organizations that provide curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students to develop knowledge and skills related to empirical research and expand professional development opportunities for faculty and staff.

 

 
Center for Professional Growth

The Center for Professional Growth provides highquality, relevant educational courses, programs, and services designed to meet the needs of professionals seeking to start, advance, or maintain their professional status, while providing career development, training, and consulting services that help organizations, businesses, and corporations prepare effective leaders and create productive work environments.

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