University of Pittsburgh - Titusville
- 2 Year
- TITUSVILLE, PA
University of Pittsburgh - Titusville Reviews
Rating 3.7 out of 5 100 reviews
If I could ever go back in time, I would go back to my 18 year old self and tell them not to come here. This place is horrible, especially when the dorms were active. There were maybe 5 or 6 Professors that actually cared about their students but the rest fell flat. DO NOT waste your time, energy, money, or effort coming here. The dining hall is barely ever edible, the on campus 'security' does nothing when they're actually needed, and the town is so boring. I spent most of my time in Walmart or driving 1 hour to Erie or 2 hours to Pittsburgh. Do better.
I recommend this college for people who are looking for a smaller college to attend. I also recommend this college if you plan on attending college fully focused on your education. The University of Pittsburgh at Titusville is very dedicated to making sure you succeed in not only college, but in life. With a small populated campus, each professor doesn't know you by name but by your person. I am very happy with my choice of a college, and I feel you will be too.
It is a Great college with small classes. It is perfect for people wanting small classes and Great people. The city perfect too. That college is safe and awesome.
i love that pitt Titusville is so small. the professors know you by name, the classes aren't too big,
It is a nice University in an amazing small town. They have really great options and the professors are Awesome. This college in 5/5 and one of the best. I approve this college to anyone.
Pitt Titusville is a very small campus, which is very nice. All the staff there are so kind and caring and they will really help you to succeed in your studies.
Comfortable surroundings, helpful / friendly staff, professors, and cafeteria staff. Its small campus and reasonable tutition.
There were a lot of things I wish I could change about Pitt Titusville. I love that it's small but there are just small knacks that need changed ASAP.
On this small campus, you are able to really get to know your professors in and out of class, with all the school events as well as running into them if you happen to frequent the campus on your daily life. Many of the courses as well as the activities either run by the students or faculty are all very interactive and build a community within the confinements of the college.
my experience at the university of pittsburgh at titusville,Pa campus is exactly what i wanted it to be laid back, small town, and less distractions.
This college was seriously an amazing school! Despite it being a travel from home its a small school and is perfect for me starting out and being away from home for the first time.
My school has been very flexible and reasonable to scheduling classes and keeping us engaged in the process.
I learn well with the small class size and the ease of approachable professors.
The value of a nursing degree from Pitt is priceless to me. They are well known for a high success rate, and are respected with employers.
I completed my first year of pre-nursing, and will begin my sophomore year next month. Being a nursing major is difficult; as it should be! The professors at my school are invested in my success. They prepare us for the exam, and have numerous facilities we can do our clinicals.
My school is unique because of its location and the accountability I feel with being on a campus that is small. I never have to look far for any type of help.
I have had to schedule my job around school, but they have a wide range of classes and class times.
Some of my classes are hybrid classes and they are online and in the classroom. The online courses are nice because I can get everything done in the comfort of my home. The professors are always on standby and I can email them any questions I have whenever I want.
I am not sure how good it is because I have not graduated, but some people who I know have had a good experience with it.
The teachers know what they are talking about and they thoroughly explain everything. They are also always available outside of class if a student has a question.