Western Pennsylvania - Education

Education

Western Pennsylvania is home to more than two dozen institutions of higher learning, including those listed below. (Seminaries are not listed)

  • Allegheny College
  • The Art Institute of Pittsburgh
  • Community College of Allegheny County (several campuses)
  • Community College of Beaver County
  • Butler County Community College
  • California University of Pennsylvania
  • Carlow University
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Chatham University
  • Clarion University of Pennsylvania
  • Duquesne University
  • Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
  • Gannon University
  • Geneva College
  • Grove City College
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • LaRoche College
  • Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Mercyhurst College
  • Mount Aloysius College
  • Penn Highlands Community College
  • Pennsylvania State University (several branch campuses)
  • Point Park University
  • Robert Morris University
  • Saint Francis University
  • Saint Vincent College
  • Seton Hill University
  • Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
  • Thiel College
  • University of Pittsburgh (several campuses)
  • Vincentian Academy
  • Washington and Jefferson College
  • Waynesburg University
  • Westminster College
  • Westmoreland County Community College

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