University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown

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About

Founded in 1927, the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown provides a high quality educational experience that is purposefully designed to prepare students for the real world of the 21st century. 

With a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1, Pitt-Johnstown can offer personalized instruction in state-of-the-art classrooms. Students select from among 48 major fields of study, including programs in business, education, engineering technology, nursing and health sciences, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences.

Pitt-Johnstown provides a well-rounded student experience, including 95 active student organizations and a tradition of athletic excellence with nationally recognized, award-winning NCAA Division II athletics.  Its scenic 655-acre campus features a nature preserve with hiking trails, a state-of-the-art performing arts center, and a leading conference center. 

Priority Funds:

Make a gift to one of the Pitt-Johnstown priority funds listed below:
  • Unrestricted Support for Pitt-Johnstown’s Greatest Need
  • Pitt-Johnstown’s General Scholarship Fund
  • Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center
  • Save the Log Cabin!
  • Mountain Cat Athletics Society (General Athletics)
Make a gift to one of Pitt-Johnstown athletic funds listed below:
  • Mountain Cat Athletics Society (General Athletics)
  • Coach Pecora’s 500 & Beyond!       

If you would like to direct your donation to a specific sport, please enter both Pitt-Johnstown and the sports program you wish to support in the “OTHER” field of the “GIFT INFORMATION” section of our online and mail-in gift forms.

 

President Jem SpectarPresident’s Message

Through your generosity, Pitt-Johnstown has emerged as a thriving undergraduate college of the University of Pittsburgh, itself a world-class institution. The Pitt-Johnstown record of excellence is reflected in the outstanding accomplishments of our students, faculty, and staff; in the achievements of more than 20,500 alumni; and in the satisfaction of employers who hire our real-world ready graduates.

It is through your continued generosity that we will be able to maintain our momentum, our enthusiasm, and our ambitions.

Jem Spectar, President

 

Contact:

Sean Dean
Director of Annual Programs
Office of Institutional Advancement
(412) 624-5811
dsean@pitt.edu

 

 

Mellissia ZanjaniMellissia Zanjani, PhD, CFRE
Vice President of Institutional Advancement
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
814-269-2092
zanjani@pitt.edu