First-year students at Pitt-Johnstown have the exciting opportunity to choose to live in one of 10 different Experiential Learning Communities. The goal of these communities is to provide students with the opportunity to connect with other students who have a shared interest or situation. Students in these groups are housed together in a specific wing or floor in the same facilities as the rest of the first-year students.
Students are encouraged to remain actively involved with their groups beyond their freshman year.
Choosing to live within an Experiential Learning Community provides the opportunity for:
Experiential Learning Communities provide an opportunity to create connections and explore the Collegiate Involvement and Community and Civic Engagementtwo that are core components of the RealWorld Action Program.
Questions about the Experiential Learning Communities can be directed to Matthew Mullen, Graduate Coordinator for Living Learning Programs.