Commuters make up over 60% of the student population here at Pitt-Greensburg. Our goal is for all commuter students to know the resources that are available and to become active members of the Pitt-Greensburg campus community.
Commuter students can sign-up for lockers in the Chambers Hall Locker Rooms. You must provide your own lock. To sign-up for a locker in Chambers Hall, visit the Office of Student Services in 219 Chambers Hall.
Places to Hang Out
There are various places on campus for commuter students to hang out before, after, and in between classes. Here are a few of the most popular hang outs for commuter students:
|Chambers Hall||Millstein Library|
|Wagner Marketplace||Cassell Hall Computer Center|
|Bobcat Station Snack Bar||Powers Hall Lounge|
|Gymnasium & Fitness Center||Smith Hall Lounge|
|Bruiser’s Bunker—Game Room||
This is our Commuter Lounge. Relax on the comfy couches, watch TV, connect to the wireless network, or study.
There is even a microfridge provided for you to store or heat your lunch!
Have breakfast, lunch, or a late night snack and listen to live music.
Places to Dine
Wagner Dining Hall - Chambers Hall
Monday - Thursday: Continuous Dining - 7:30am—7pm
Friday: Continuous Dining - 7:30am—6:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: Continuous Dining 11:30am—6pm
The Shop @ Wagner - Chambers Hall
Monday - Thursday: 7:30am—7pm
Saturday - Sunday: 10:30am—6pm
Bobcat - Chambers Hall
Monday - Thursday: 10:30am—7pm
The Coffee House - Village Hall
Monday - Friday: 8am—1:30pm and 7pm—12am
Saturday - Sunday: 6pm—12am
HOURS AVAILABLE TO USE YOUR MEAL EXCHANGE
Dinner: Monday-Thursday 4:30pm—7pm
Dinner: Monday-Friday 7pm—10pm; Saturday-Sunday 5:30pm—10pm
Cat Cash is a declining balance account on your student ID card that offers a 10% bonus every time you make a deposit into your account. Cat Cash WILL carry over from the fall to the spring semester. Cat Cash can be purchased at any time in any increment. You can purchase Cat Cash by stopping by 210 Chamber Hall or online.
Commuter Meal Plan 50 Meals/$150 Flex
You will get 50 meals a semester that can be used in Wagner Marketplace and the Bobcat Station. Flex can be used in any dining location.
Commuter Mentoring Program
This program connects first-year and transfer commuter students with upperclassmen commuter students who serve as Commuter Mentors.
Commuter Mentors send weekly emails with helpful information and invite students to attend campus events and meet other Pitt-Greensburg students.
Benefits of Participating
- Connect with a Commuter Mentor.
- Meet new people.
- Get involved on campus.
- Receive helpful information and get questions answered
Where do I sign-up?
All new first-year and transfer commuter students will automatically be assigned a Commuter Mentor at the beginning of their first semester. You will receive a letter with more information sent to your home address from Student Services, and an email from your Commuter Mentor the first week of classes. We hope you decide to participate!
Commuter Task Force
The Commuter Task Force is a place for commuter students to discuss concerns and improvements that Pitt-Greensburg can make for commuters. This group also sponsors commuter specific events with Student Government Association (SGA). Contact SGA in 212A Chambers Hall for more information and watch for advertisements for events taking place throughout the year!
Parking permits can be purchased in the the Business Office in Millstein Library for $75.00. You have to register your vehicle first by completing an online form that is emailed out to all students every August.
There is more than enough parking available for commuter students. The paw print symbol indicates a commuter parking lot.
Ways to find out if Pitt-Greensburg is closed due to severe weather:
- Call the Campus Severe Weather Hotline at 724-836-7780
- Access your University E-mail
- Access the Pitt-Greensburg Website
- Watch WTAE-TV, KDKA-TV, WPXI-TV
For more information on Commuter Resources contact:
Assistant Dean of Student Services