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University Accolades and Achievements:


Pitt-Johnstown Has Officially Turned 90

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The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown launched on May 12, 1927. In addition to marking its 90th year, Pitt-Johnstown is also celebrating the 50th year of the campus in its Richland Township location, and the 10th year that Dr. Jem Spectar has served as university president. Pitt-Johnstown will mark the founding with campus and community events. More >

 

Military Friendly Designation Earned by Pitt-Johnstown for 8th Straight Year

military friendlyThe University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown has been designated a Military Friendly School® by Victory Media for an eighth consecutive year. The honor acknowledges colleges, universities,
and trade schools that do the most to embrace military students, and dedicate resources to ensure success in the classroom and after graduation. More >

 

Pitt-Johnstown a 'Best In the Northeast' College for 11th Consecutive Year

The Princeton ReviewThe University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is one of the best colleges in the Northeast United States according to The Princeton Review, a nationally known education services company. Pitt-Johnstown is one of 225 institutions The Princeton Review recommends in its website feature, "2016 Best Colleges: Region by Region." More >

 

Pitt-Johnstown Wins University Standard of Excellence Web Award
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PittJohnstown.Pitt.edu, the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown website, received the 2015 University Standard of Excellence award for Web Development from the Web Marketing Association’s (WMA) WebAward competition. The site was redesigned and relaunched in August 2014. WebAward is the longest-running annual website award competition dedicated to naming the best websites in various industries.  More >

 

Brookings: Pitt-Johnstown Tops in Area for ‘Value-Added’ Earning Potential

Brookings InstitutionIn a 2015 report published, the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program ranked the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown as the top four-year university in the region for the institution’s impact on actual, mid-career earnings of graduates (“value-added”). More >