University of Pittsburgh - Johnstown Reviews
The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is a very relaxed, yet engaging campus. The people and staff are welcoming, helpful, and hard working. The campus is comforting with its acres of woods surrounding it, and safe. Having various clubs and activities going on around campus, there is no excuse for having nothing to do. The services offered here are great, ranging from career assistance, tutoring, to health and fitness. My favorite part about the campus, and also the first thing I noticed was the many critters running around. We are accompanied by cute squirrels, chipmunks, birds, etc. If you are trying to get away from the city and home, the Johnstown campus is the perfect fit. Pitt Johnstown is a great place to start making memories and building your future!
The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is relatively an amazing college to attend with its diversity and determined professors who are there for every student. They want you to succeed.
As a commuter, it's always harder to get involved in school. That part is a litrle disappointing, but UPJ is a very inexpensive, local option for those who might not be able to afford otherwise. The academics are good, with an outstanding engineering program. All of the professors make the effort to help every student. I was honestly upset at going to UPJ at first, but after finishing my first year, I'm thankful for the ability to get my schooling at a very low cost, giving me basically zero debt. With an abundant amount of academic scholarships, it creates an even easier load money-wise. Definitely worth the consideration and second look.
In campus, I like how safe it is because after all it is a very important factor when you choose a school. I also really liked the classrooms and professors, they are always willing to help you when you are struggling to understand a certain topic. The location is alright, it is nice how they have the shuttle service so that students are able to travel to the town center, but the food variety should improve because it seems a bit unfair for students to pay a good amount of money for that kind of food.
I have had a good experience at UPJ so far. From my experience I find that it is a great place to be an education major. I have had pretty good teachers from my experience so far. There are many campus activities if you want to be included in campus life. My RA's were friendly and easy to talk to if you needed anything. The area is kind of boring there is not much to do off of campus and the food in the dining hall is not that great, but I feel like I am getting a good education for what I came here for.
As a college freshman, there is only so much that I can say about this college. However, all I have to say are good things! The faculty is concerned about how you do in college and are always willing to assist you in any way they can. There are also several facilities on campus that you are free to use. My experience at UPJ has been an excellent one so far, and it will be one that I will never forget!
The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown offers a positive learning atmosphere and an outstanding record of student success. Pitt-Johnstown’s excellence is reflected by the distinctive combination of people, programs, and place results in exceptional performance in preparing students for career and professional success
I am a business major and my business related classes and professors are great! The campus is nice, but very quiet. There is not much to do in the area; you either have to drive to Altoona or Pittsburgh.
It's not a bad school to go too. Students are overall good, teachers are very easy to work with and helpful. Facilities are clean and some buildings are very new and nice.
Good if you like a quiet atmosphere, but you need to learn to entertain yourself and find ways of meeting people. The party scene takes place mostly in the Frats or at the Commons apartments, but campus activities don't get much participation, and weekends are very quiet as most students are local and go home for the weekend.
I love it, I feel welcomed and am accomodated very well. The professors all know you by name and are very welcoming to questions. It was defiently the right choice for me. If I could change anything it would be the food, it is decent but not great. If you do not like winters don't go here! There is always a lot of snow. But it is one of the most beautiful campus locations I have ever seen. In the city of Johnstown is pretty boring but the Univeristy is close to a Walmart and a Mall area.
I love the campus. It is a nice location, open, but everything is close enough that it's not a pain to walk. The academics are great, and most people are friendly.
I overall like the experience that Johnstown has since I came from a smaller campus. I just wish there was a way to introduce new students to the campus the day they arrive.
Everything wa awesome. When I went to visit the first time everyone was super nice and very willing to help out and they were kind and also patient. The town is so cute and very cheerful, there’s a lot of stores and cute shops. Honestly it’s a great college to attend to.
I love the atmosphere of UPJ. The campus is beautiful. I wanted to go to a smaller campus in order to have an one on one relationship with my professors, which I feel that I received.
I really like the school. The professors are nice and want to see you pass. But the food absolutely needs to change. Maybe if this happens more people would go in the cafeteria and be with friends.
Decent enough college. It isn't as high end as some other colleges, but for the small town it is set in, it is very nice
The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is a great campus to be at if you like to admire nature. It is a quaint, cozy place to be that feels like home and overall everyone is very friendly. The weekends can be a little boring due to the fact that most people go home.
I love Pittsburgh at Johnstown. The professors and staff are amazing. The environment is a great place for an education. The only problem is the food sometimes, but it is hard to feed 3000 plus kids. All in all it's a great school and an even better experience.
The food is fantastic. It's a small campus but still large enough that it appears big. The staff/faculty are great. They're always around as a resource- someone you can reach out to when you need help or have questions.