The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg will host its 14th annual Graduate and Professional School Fair on Thursday, October 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Chambers Hall Gymnasium. More than 40 schools and programs are expected to be present, allowing students to explore a variety of programs and options.
Students will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from regional schools to learn about program requirements, prerequisites, application procedures, and deadlines. A wide variety of fields of study will be represented, including law, business, information science, health-related programs (such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, and physician assistant), teacher certification, and various areas in the liberal arts.
The fair is free and open to the public, and preregistration is not required. All majors and academic levels are welcome. For a complete list of participating graduate and professional schools, visit www.greensburg.pitt.edu/gradfair.
Founded in 1963, the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg is a publicly assisted, four-year, liberal arts college in southwestern Pennsylvania. Pitt-Greensburg offers 29 baccalaureate degree programs, including new majors in Nursing, Healthcare Management, Public Policy, and Education, as well as 19 minors and five certificate programs. With nearly 1,500 students, more than 10,000 alumni, and faculty and staff numbering 260, Pitt-Greensburg provides a vibrant, diverse community that is a dynamic model of a 21st century liberal arts education. As part of the University of Pittsburgh system, Pitt-Greensburg offers the resources of a world-renowned university combined with the individualized and immersive experiences of a small liberal arts college. Creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit permeate the campus and extend into its many collaborative projects with the Westmoreland County community. Nestled in Pennsylvania’s beautiful Laurel Highlands, it is a five-minute drive from uptown Greensburg’s coffee shops, restaurants, art museums, theatres and boutiques and less than an hour’s drive from Pittsburgh.