Nestled in suburban Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Robert Morris University is a private coeducational University of repute. It is also referred to as RMU. The institute was originally founded in 1921 as the Pittsburgh School of Accountancy. After a few name and status changes, the institute was finally renamed Robert Morris University Illinois in 2002. The University is named in the honor of Robert Morris, who signed the Declaration of Independence and financed the American Revolution. The main campus spans 230 acres in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh. RMU also maintains a satellite campus in downtown Pittsburgh, near the Allegheny County Courthouse.