About Pitt-Greensburg

About

Mission and History

Founded in 1963 in downtown Greensburg, PA, Pitt-Greensburg flourishes today as a four-year degree-granting campus serving more than 1,700 students.

 

Office of the President

Office of the President

A highly accomplished economist, scholar, and academic leader, Sharon P. Smith in 2007 became Pitt-Greensburg's fourth president and the first woman to serve in that post. Learn More »

Campus Tour & Map

Located two miles from central Greensburg and 40 miles southeast of downtown Pittsburgh, Pitt-Greensburg includes 26 brick buildings on a beautiful wooded campus in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands.

 

Quick Facts

Pitt-Greensburg Quick Facts provides you with the most accurate, detailed information regarding academic programs, tuition, scholarship, and financial aid data, enrollment statistics, and much more.

Office of Academic Affairs

Office of Academic Affairs

The Office of Academic Affairs provides the guidance and leadership necessary to encourage all forms of intellectual discovery, which is the cornerstone of the undergraduate experience at Pitt Greensburg.

Our Community

From nature trails to art museums...from theaters and historic sites to shops and restaurants...Westmoreland County never gives you an excuse to be bored. And for fun get-aways as well as career-networking opportunties, look no further than nearby Pittsburgh, with its thriving "eds & meds" economic sector, professional sports teams, and more. Learn More »

 

Giving

Critical scholarship aid for students. Classroom and lab upgrades, to ensure than a Pitt-Greensburg undergraduate education is second to none. You invest in our future when you support Pitt-Greensburg.

Green Initiative

Recycling, waste reduction, ecologically friendly facilities (including Frank A. Cassell Hall, the campus's first LEED-certified "green" building) and other sustainability initiatives are a way of life at Pitt-Greensburg, where hawks, deer, and even Great Blue Heron are seen and heard, and wildlife-rich Slate Run Creek passes through. Learn More>