COVID-19 response: While the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg remains closed to the public, the campus is in operation for the 2020-2021 academic year. Learn how Pitt-Greensburg is building a healthy and resilient community. Campus Operational Posture:
Guarded Risk

Residents of Month

Congratulations to our students who have earned Pitt-Greensburg's latest Resident of the Month recognition. The Pitt-Greensburg Residence Life staff select residents who demonstrate the values of the community, engagement, and respect. Each residence hall is represented.

Caitlin Cruser – College Hall

Caitlin is very outgoing and social. This month, she took the lead on planning a program in the residence hall, where she was able to meet other residents and spread awareness about the importance of wearing masks! She has put forth a strong effort to make friends and is an active member of the College Hall community.

Alexia Derganz – Robertshaw Hall

Alexia is active in the hall and goes to many of the programs held in Robertshaw. She is co-planning a Paint and Dip Door Decorating program with Melissa. Also, as a member of RHA, she has been very active especially with the Hall Olympics. 


Joseph Fracek – University Court

Joey is always out and about and always says hello. He is involved in the community, from participating in Hall Olympics to being present around the UC campfire. He always has something funny to say and is in good spirits.

Emily Gill – Franklin House

Emily has been a super-friendly and helpful resident. She is involved in the community by attending house events, even co-planning one. She is focused, pursuing her career, and regularly participates in campus events, all while holding down two on-campus jobs.

Tatum Marcyjanik – Robertshaw Hall

Tatum is active in the hall and goes to many of the programs held in Robertshaw. She is co-planning a real-life among us program with Lucas and Brandon. Also, she lightens up Stephen’s door by decorating it. 

Becca Marinelli – Westmoreland Hall

Becca has made a huge presence in the hall this semester! She attends programs frequently and at times, gives the CAs programming ideas and helps the CAs with setup. She is a valuable leader in the OACS community and has been a part of OACS for years. Her kindness and leadership are appreciated!

Grace Radomski - College Hall

Grace is very friendly and always willing to lend a helping hand. She has played an active role in developing the community in College Hall through her engagement in the hall, program/campus event attendance, and positive mindset!

William Ritz – Athena House

Will has stepped up as a leader on campus this year for RHA and is excelling in it. He’s also always engaged in the house (one can usually find him around the ping pong table). His CA says, “I’m proud of Will and the role he’s stepped into for campus.”

Jenna Tucholski – Apollo House

Jenna is always super involved. Her CA says, “She comes to all of my programs and is an active leader not only as a resident in her community but as a peer leader to her students. She is a great representation of our campus!”


Noah Urban – University Court

Noah is always out and about, hanging out outside and in the Rec Room. He has been interactive in the community and even recently got his roommates to come out to attend a program. He has had a general positive presence in the Courts.

Max Weiser – Selene House

Max’s Community Assistant says he has been getting involved in the community through participating in the recent scavenger hunt and through co-planning a CA program.

Eleanor Withers – Mead House

Ellie has been very active in events in the Village. She has co-planned an event with her CA and has been involved with VAS on campus. Her CA says, “She is always super sweet and kind, and she always asks how I'm doing when I see her, which I really appreciate.”


Alycia Zummo – Marshall House

Lyci has expressed her eagerness to co-plan programs with her CA. She has also been a friendly face in Marshall House this past month. She regularly stops and talks to the staff when she goes into Village Hall during duty hours.



Publication Date

Tuesday, November 3, 2020 - 11:45