University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg


University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg is located in Greensburg, Pennsylvania and is a four-year, Baccalaureate degree providing institution that has been working since 1963 to help students meet their academic and career aspirations.

Information Summary

Ranks 105th in Pennsylvania and 1137th overall. See the entire top 2,000 colleges and universities list
Overall Score (about) 78.5
Total Cost On-Campus Attendance $29,278
Admission Success rate N/A
ACT / SAT 75%ile scores 26 / 1190
Student Ratio Students-to-Faculty 19 : 1
Retention (full-time / part-time) 67% / 100%
Enrollment Total (all students) 1,508


The University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg provides 21 majors in behavioral sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. Students can also choose from 19 minors as well to round out their education. Students in these particular fields are working toward a Bachelor’s degree. Fields of study vary from Anthropology to English Writing to Biological Science.

Students can also attain a Certificate in Children’s Literature or Latin American Studies.

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Admissions at University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg is pretty selective. Roughly 70% of the applicant pool is selected for admission.

The admissions process varies by type of student. Full-time freshmen admission requires that you submit an application, a $45 application fee, an official high school transcript that shows class rank, and SAT or ACT scores. High school students have to have completed four units of English, one unit of Algebra I, one unit of plane Geometry of Algebra II, one unit of History, one unit of Lab Science, three units of the same foreign language, and four units of academic electives on order to even be considered for admission.

Students seeking part-time admission must complete an application with a $45 application fee as well as send in official high school or GED transcripts. Each applicant is required to have taken four units of English, three years of a foreign language, three years of History and Social Studies, one year of Algebra, one year of plane Geometry, and one year of Physics, Chemistry or Biology.

Transfer students must send in college transcripts from previous institutions, a Transfer Clearance from the Dean of Students at the most recently attended institution; an official high school transcript that includes SAT and ACT scores; as well as an application for full or part-time admissions with a $45 application fee. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA and be in good standing at their previous institution. A maximum of 90 credits can be transferred from a four-year institution and 60 credits from a two-year institution.

Financial Aid

Once you have completed the admissions process for University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg, it’s important to begin the financial aid process as soon as possible. You should begin the process before you’ve heard back about a decision. Applying early helps you receive maximum consideration.

In order to qualify for financial aid, you must complete and submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

Roughly 80% of the student body at University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg receives financial aid of some sort. The college accepts grants, low interest loans, and work-study opportunities. There are also a variety of scholarships available through the college and can be applied for at the financial aid office.

Student Financial Aid Details

Ranks 2908th for the average student loan amount.
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Almost 100% of the student body attends the University full-time. A little over half of the students are female and nearly 10% are multicultural. While almost 100% of the student body is from Pennsylvania, almost 40% live in on-campus housing.

Students at Pitt-Greensburg have a variety of housing options. Village-style living enables students to live in a private bedroom while sharing a kitchen, living room, and bathroom with other students on the same floor. Dorm-style living is also available as well as apartment-style units that accommodate 2-5 students in each unit.

University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg has 12 intercollegiate sports, 13 intramural sports, various clubs and organizations, and honor societies that promote involvement outside of the classroom. There are also plenty of volunteer opportunities for students looking to work with the elderly, tutor elementary school children in reading, and building homes or cleaning up highways.

There is also a Career Services on campus that helps current students as well as alumni on all aspects of searching and applying for a job. The campus also has Health Services, Counseling Services, and a free computer lab.

Student Enrollment Demographics

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Students who are interested in playing a sport at University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg are encouraged to fill out a Recruit Questionnaire. Coaches contact students and also work with them to obtain scholarship opportunities. Scholarships are awarded based on academic and athletic performance.

The Pitt-Greensburgh Bobcats compete in the following sports:

  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Dance
  • Golf
  • Men’s and Women’s Basketball
  • Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
  • Men’s and Women’s Soccer
  • Men’s Tennis
  • Softball
  • Women’s Volleyball
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