Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and administration shared personal testimony about their time at Pitt-Greensburg. Please browse our videos below to discover more.


Phoebe Nixon shares her story about her favorite classes and internship experience at Pitt-Greensburg. View Now>

Yue (Poppy) Wang shares her experience as an International student. View Now>

Alexis Elliot talks about studying biology and the impact a scholarship has made on her college career. View Now>

Students discuss what they like most about Pitt-Greensburg--including campus community, beautiful surroundings, small class sizes, and personal attention from faculty. View Now>

Hear from students who discuss what they love about Pitt-Greensburg! View Now>

Venice Grant, junior biology major, shares her story about life at Pitt-Greensburg. View Now>

Scott Szypulski, sophomore accounting major, talks about commuting to Pitt-Greensburg and getting involved on campus. View Now>

Monica Abdelshahid, senior biology major, talks about diversity on campus and getting involved. ew Now>

Cameron Hubbard, senior criminal justice major, talks about his decision to come to Pitt-Greensburg and choosing his major. View Now>

Students talk about professors and the personal attention they receive at Pitt-Greensburg. View Now>


Paul Adams, PhD,  talks about the Political Science major, the students, and jobs in the field. View Now>

Elisa Beshero-Bondar, PhD, explains Green Scholars and benefits of the student experience.  View Now>

Learn about Digital Humanities as Sayre Greenfield, PhD and Elisa Beshero-Bondar, PhD, explain this leading edge new course at Pitt-Greensburg. View Now>

Susan Lu, PhD, associate professor of English, discusses her passion for English Literature and the personal attention she provides in the classroom. View Now>


Learn about the Liberal Arts Education for the 21st Century at Pitt-Greensburg from faculty, staff, and administration at Pitt-Greensburg. View Now>

Tim Savisky, PhD, assistant professor of Biology, encourages students to find their passion, discusses senior research projects, and teaching in the field in Costa Rico and Colorado. View Now>

Lori Jakiela, associate professor of English, talks about the writing program, talented faculty, and helping students build portfolios. View Now>

Vickilyn Barnot, PhD, assistant professor of Education, talks about the new early childhood and secondary education programs. View Now>

Matt Luderer, PhD, associate professor of Chemistry, discusses research opportunities and career opportunities for students. View Now>

Frank Wilson, PhD, assistant professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice and Academic Village director, discusses the Academic Village culture and how it is creating cutting edge teaching and experiences for students. View Now>

Faculty speak about providing personal attention and caring about their students. View Now>


Beth Tiedemann, director of career services, explains the role of the career services department, how you can benefit, and internship opportunities. View Now>

Sean Strickland, head men's basketball coach and assistant director of athletics, discusses Pitt-Greensburg's 13 athletic programs and the commitment to helping build well rounded students on and off the court. View Now>

R. Leigh Hoffman, assistant dean of student services and director of orientation, speaks about student services, discusses each department, and explains First Year Experience. View Now>

Troy Ross, director of housing and residence life, discusses students living on campus and choosing Pitt-Greensburg for college. View Now>



Troy Eans, DMD, class of 2008 and class of 2012 (DEN), shares his experience at Pitt-Greensburg from being a commuter student to receiving personal attention from faculty. View Now>

Susan Nelson, class of 1992, shares her experience of obtaining a degree from Pitt-Greensburg while working full-time and now her continued interest as an active alum.  View Now>

Eric Kocian, class of 2000, reflects on his time at Pitt-Greensburg and what he loves most about the University. View Now>

Chad Smith, class of 2008, shares his decision to attend Pitt-Greensburg and the personal attention he received here. View Now>

David Schmizzi, class of 1974, and Sandra Schmizzi, class of 1975, share fond memories of their time together at Pitt-Greensburg. View Now>


Alyson (Kohler) Randall, class of 2010, talks about her experience at Pitt-Greensburg and with the ROTC program. View Now>


Sharon Smith, PhD, president, discusses a liberal arts education for the 21st century, her passion for Pitt-Greensburg, and how the University impacts the community. View Now>

Wesley Jamison, PhD, vice president of academic affairs, talks about the commitment to a liberal arts education, growth in the range of offerings to students, and the committed faculty. View Now>