List of colleges and universities in Pittsburgh

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The greater Pittsburgh area is home to several colleges and universities listed in order of size, below:

Non-profit colleges and universities[edit]

Ranked in order of size:

Rank Institution Location Degree(s) granted Students % out of state Founded
1 University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh PhD, MD, MBA, JD 28,649 25% 1787
2 Community College of Allegheny County Pittsburgh Assoc. 18,913 2% 1966
3 Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana PhD, MBA 15,379 7% 1875
4 Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh BA, BS, BSA, BCSA, PhD, MBA, MET 12,569 82% 1900
5 Duquesne University Pittsburgh PhD, MBA, JD 10,364 25% 1878
6 California University of Pennsylvania California PhD 8,608 10% 1852
7 Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Slippery Rock PhD 8,559 11% 1889
8 Westmoreland Community College Youngwood Assoc. 7,202 1970
9 Robert Morris University Moon Township PhD, MBA 5,181 16% 1921
10 Point Park University Pittsburgh PhD, MBA 3,827 21% 1960
11 Butler Community College Butler Township Assoc. 3,813 1% 1965
12 Franciscan University Steubenville, Ohio BA, BS, MBA 2,731 1946
13 Beaver Community College Center Township Assoc. 2,576 5% 1966
14 Eastern Gateway Community College Steubenville, Ohio Assoc. 2,532 1966
15 West Liberty University West Liberty, West Virginia BA MA 2,530 1837
16 Seton Hill University Greensburg BA MA 2,500 1885
17 Grove City College Grove City BA, BS 2,373 53% 1876
18 Chatham University Pittsburgh BA MA 2,300 1869
19 Pittsburgh Technical College Oakdale BA, BS 2,000 1946
20 St. Vincent College Latrobe BA 1,929 1846
21 Carlow University Pittsburgh BA MA 1,897 1929
22 Geneva College Beaver Falls BA 1,879 1848
23 University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Hempfield BA 1,826 1963
24 La Roche University McCandless BA 1,707 1963
25 Washington & Jefferson College Washington BA 1,519 1781
26 Westminster College New Wilmington BA M.Ed. 1,550 1852
27 PSU Fayette Lemont Furnace BA 1,119 1965
28 Bethany College Bethany, West Virginia BA 1,030 1840
29 PSU Beaver Center Township BA 759 8% 1965
30 PSU Allegheny McKeesport BA 635 9% 1934
31 PSU New Kensington New Kensington BA 715 2% 1958
32 UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing Pittsburgh RN 488 1884
33 Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics West Mifflin Assoc. 285 1929
34 Trinity School for Ministry Ambridge BA 150 1975
35 IUP (Northpointe) Freeport BA 2004
36 Waynesburg University (Southpointe) Canonsburg BA 2001
37 LECOM at Seton Hill Greensburg DO 1992
38 Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Pittsburgh M.Div, M.T.S., D.Min 1794
39 West Penn Hospital School of Nursing Pittsburgh RN 1892
40 Reformed Presbyterian Seminary Pittsburgh M.Div, M.T.S., D.Min 1810
41 Byzantine Catholic Seminary Pittsburgh BA 1950
42 Bidwell Training Center Pittsburgh Assoc., Diplomas approx. 200 1968
43 Art Institute of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh BA, BS, Assoc., Diplomas CLOSED 1921 [1]

For-profit colleges and universities[edit]

College/university Students Founded
University of Phoenix: Pittsburgh 113
Vet Tech Institute 316
ITT Technical Institute: Pittsburgh 350
Triangle Tech 265
Triangle Tech: Greensburg 165
Sanford-Brown Institute: Pittsburgh 1,043
Sanford-Brown Institute: Monroeville 602
Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology 101
Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science 209
Rosedale Technical Institute 328
Penn Commercial Business and Technical School-Wash 285
Duff's Business Institute
Newport Business Institute Lower Burrell
New Castle School of Trades
Laurel Business Institute Uniontown 185
Kaplan Career Institute Pittsburgh 719
Erie Business Center South-New Castle 65
Everest Institute Pittsburgh 636
Dean Institute of Technology 149
Douglas Education Center Monessen 250
Cambria-Rowe Business College 91
Career Training Academy: New Kensington 56
Career Training Academy: Monroeville 28
Career Training Academy: Pittsburgh 31
Bradford School 441
Pittsburgh Filmmakers' School of Film, Photography, and Digital Media

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Art Institute show is a history lesson on the school's mark on art, entertainment | TribLIVE.com". archive.triblive.com.
  2. ^ "Explore Degree and Non-Degree Programs". Pittsburgh Technical College.

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