Johnstown Campus

Pitt-Johnstown is a community of 3,000 diverse students and more than 22,000 alumni. The school offers a personalized learning environment and an outstanding record of student success. The school also serves as a vital knowledge center and the foremost contributor to the region’s educational, social, cultural and economic development. 

Pitt-Johnstown’s strong commitment to academic excellence, student engagement, community citizenship and outreach to veterans has resulted in national recognition—further evidence of Pitt-Johnstown’s ascent to the forefront of baccalaureate colleges.


  • Campus operations generated more than $132.6 million in total economic impact (direct, indirect and induced).
  • The overall economic impact of Pitt-Johnstown's operations on Pennsylvania in 2021 was $66.3 million (direct, indirect, and induced impact).
  • The Pitt-Johnstown campus supported 781 (full-time and part-time) jobs directly and indirectly in Cambria County.
  • Pitt-Johnstown operations in Pennsylvania generate $6.3 million per year in state and local taxes.
  • The Pitt-Johnstown campus generated $2.0 million (directly and indirectly) in total tax payments to Cambria County municipalities.
  • Pitt-Johnstown operations in Pennsylvania generate $6.3 million per year in state and local taxes.

$1.0 Million donated to local charitable organizations by Pitt-Johnstown employees and students; $4.1 million in value of volunteer time provided to area communities by Pitt-Johnstown employees and students

Faculty helping a student

Awards & Accolades

Among the multiple accolades it's received, Pitt-Johnstown has been cited by U.S. News & World Report along with Brown and Georgetown as “schools that build in-demand job skills.”

Students walking on campus

Community Programs

The Johnstown campus offers benefits to the community through programs or activities such as REACHland CONNECT, CODE Project, Moxham Light-Up Night, and PPAC.