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List of Colleges and Universities in Pennsylvania

List of colleges and universities in Pennsylvania.

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Private, not-for-profit institutions

Private two-year colleges and technical schools

Harcum College: Harcum College was established in 1915. Its president is Jon Jay DeTemple. Over 1600 students are enrolled here and its acceptance rate is around 80%. Its athletics team is called Bears.Visit Site

Hussian School of Art: Hussian School of Art was founded in 1946. Its president is Melissa Morgan. It has an enrollment of around 130 students and an acceptance rate of 48%.Visit Site

Johnson College: Johnson College was established back in 1912 and was a line of work school, founded by Orlando Johnson. The acceptance rate of the College is 32%. The president is Ann L. Pipinski and mascot for the College is Johnny the Jaguar. It has more than 470 students enrolled.Visit Site

Lackawanna College: Lackawanna College was founded in 1894 and directed by H.D. Buck and A.R Whitmore. The current president is Col. Mark Volk. It has more than 1,400 students enrolled. The mascot for the college is Falcons.Visit Site

Manor College: Manor College was established in 1947 by sisters from Byzantine Ukraine of Saint Basil the Great .The acceptance rate of the College is 52%. The current President is Jonathan Peri. The mascot for the school is Blue Jay. It has more than 1,000 students enrolled.Visit Site

Mercyhurst North East: Mercyhurst North East is an Arts college of Catholics established in 1991. The current President is Dr. Thomas J. Gamble. It has 40 full-time academic staff and more than 1,100 students enrolled. The mascot for the college is Saints.Visit Site

Pennsylvania Institute of Technology: Mr. Walter Garrison established Pennsylvania Institute of Technology in 1953. The current President of the college is Walter R. Garrison. It has more than 900 undergraduate students enrolled. The mascot for the school is the Wildcat.Visit Site

Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics: Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics was established in 1929. It is a non-profit technical school. The current President is John Graham. It has more than 280 undergraduate students. PIA is the name it is referred to the serving industry. The mascot for the school is the Bison.Visit Site

Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science: Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science is a platform of funeral service located in East Liberty and neighboring Pittsburgh. It is a nonprofit private Institute. The acceptance rate of the Institute is 71%. It has more than 200 enrolled students. The mascot for the school is the Roadrunner.Visit Site

Valley Forge Military Academy and College: Valley Forge Military Academy and College was established back in 1928. Lieutenant General Milton G. Baker founded it. It is an Independent Boarding Military Junior College. The college has more than 600 cadets. The college mascot is Trojans.Visit Site

Private Bible colleges and religious-oriented institutions

Baptist Bible College & Seminary: Baptist Bible College & Seminary was established in Johnson City back in 1932. The President is Jim Lytle. The college has more than 1,200 students enrolled. The acceptance rate of the college is 41%. The mascot for the school is Defenders.Visit Site

Gratz College: Isaac Leeser and Rebecca Gratz founded Gratz College in 1856. It is the first Independent Institution for Jewish educations in the North America. The college is located in Melrose Park, Pennsylvania, It offers both degree and non-degree studies. The mascot for the college is the Cougar.Visit Site

Lancaster Bible College: Lancaster Bible College was established in 1933 by Henry J. Heydt. It was firstly known as Lancaster School of the Bible. It is a private Bible Institution. It has more than 1,600 students enrolled. The acceptance rate of the college is 58.1%. The mascot for the college is the Chargers.Visit Site

Cairn University: Cairn University was founded in 1913 by W. W. Rugh as part of an addition of the New York National Bible College. The President is Todd J. Williams. It has more than 980 enrolled students. Their Mascot is the Highlanders.Visit Site

Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia: Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia was established in 1953. The Deans are Rabbi Shimon Yehudah Svei, Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetsky, and Rabbi Sholom Kaminetsky. The acceptance rate of the college is 74%. It is one of the first Yeshivas in the USA. The mascot for the school is the Roadrunner.Visit Site

University of Valley Forge: The University of Valley Forge was established in 1932 as a Bible School of Summer. The President of the University is Ph. D. Don Meyer. It has more than 1,130 students enrolled. The acceptance rate of the University is 76%. The mascot for the university is the Patriot.Visit Site

Private baccalaureate and master’s institutions

Albright College: Albright College was established in 1856 on the opening of Union Seminary. The President is Lex O. McMillan, III. The number of enrolled students is 2,335. The college mascot is the Lion.Visit Site

Allegheny College: Reverend Timothy Alden started Allegheny College in 1815. The current President is James H. Mullen, Jr. It has 197 academic staff and more than 1,931 enrolled students. The college acceptance rate is 58%. The mascot for the college is Gators.Visit Site

The American College: Solomon S. Huebner established the American College in 1927. The current President is Bob Johnson. It has 21 academic staff and more than 30,000 enrolled students. It is a private nonprofit educational college.Visit Site

Bryn Athyn College: Bryn Athyn College was founded in 1877 under the incorporation laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The President is Brian Blair, It has more than 250 students enrolled. The college mascot is the Lion.Visit Site

Bucknell University: A number of Baptists started Bucknell University in 1846. The President is John C. Bravman. It has 372 academic staff and more than 3,600 students enrolled. The University has an acceptance rate of 24.8%. The mascot for the university is Bison.Visit Site

Cabrini College: Cabrini College was established in 1957 by Sister Ursula Infante. The President is Donald Taylor. It has 288 academic staff, 1,400 undergraduates, and 1,400 postgraduates’ enrolled students. The acceptance rate is 725. The mascot for the college is the Cavalier.Visit Site

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Carlow University: The Sisters of Mercy founded Carlo University on September 24th 1929. The President is Dr. Suzanne Mellon and Provost Dr. Deanne D’Emilio. It has 1,357 undergraduates and 856 postgraduates’ students. The acceptance rate is 65%. Their mascot is Shammie.Visit Site

Cedar Crest College: Cedar Crest College was established in 1867. It is a Liberal Arts Institution. The President is Carmen Twillie Ambar. It has 1,885 enrolled students. The mascot for the college is Falcons.Visit Site

Central Penn College: Central Penn College was founded in 1881. The President is Dr. Karen Scolforo. It has about 1,400 enrolled students. The acceptance rate is 44%. The college mascot is Knights.Visit Site

Chatham University: Chatham University was established on December 11th 1869. The President is Esther L. Barazzone. It has about 2,300 enrolled students. The university mascot is Carson the Cougar. It goes by the nickname Cougars.Visit Site

Delaware Valley University: Delaware Valley University was founded in 1896 by Joseph Krauskopf, a Reform rabbi. It has an enrollment of approximately 1,700 students and its admissions rate is 74%. Joseph S. Brosnan is the current president. The mascot is the Ram.Visit Site

DeSales University: DeSales University was founded in 1965 and is a private Catholic institution. Around 2,500 undergraduate and 780 graduate students attend DeSales. The admission rate is 73% and the mascot is the Bulldog. Rev. Bernard O’Connor is the current president.Visit Site

Dickinson College: Dickinson College was founded in 1773 as Carlisle Grammar School. The school was established as a college in 1783 by Benjamin Rush, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Dickinson has an enrollment of approximately 2,400 students and the acceptance rate is 47%. The current president is Nancy A. Roseman and the mascot is the Red Devil.Visit Site

Elizabethtown College: Elizabethtown College was founded in 1899 and is a small liberal arts school with an enrollment of about 2,000 students. Carl Strikwerda is the current president. Elizabethtown’s admission rate is 66% and the mascot is the Blue Jay.Visit Site

Franklin & Marshall College: Franklin & Marshall College was established in 1849 through the merger of Franklin College and Marshall College. The school’s current president is Daniel R. Porterfield and about 2,300 students are enrolled. F&M’s admission rate is 39% and their mascots are Ben and John.Visit Site

Geneva College: Geneva College was founded in 1848 by John Black Johnston, a Reformed Presbyterian Church minister. The school currently enrolls about 1,800 students and the interim president is William J. Edgar. The mascot is Turbo the Tornado. Geneva’s admission rate is 79%.Visit Site

Gettysburg College: Gettysburg College was founded in 1832 by Samuel Simon Schmucker, a Lutheran pastor. The current president of Gettysburg is Janet Morgan Riggs and the school’s admission rate is 40%. Gettysburg currently enrolls nearly 2,500 students. The mascot is Billy the Bullet.Visit Site

Grove City College: Grove City College is a Christian college that was established in 1876 by Isaac C. Ketler, a Presbyterian. Grove City currently enrolls about 2,500 students and its acceptance rate is 76%. The mascot is Willie the Wolverine. Paul McNulty is the current president.Visit Site

Gwynedd Mercy University: Gwynedd Mercy University was established in 1948 by the Sisters of Mercy. Dr. Kathleen Owens is the current president. GMU enrolls about 2,700 undergraduate and graduate students with an admission rate of 48%. The mascot is M.E.R.V. the Griffin.Visit Site

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is a private university founded in 2001. It currently enrolls approximately 400 undergraduate and 2,600 graduate students and its acceptance rate is 48.1%. The current president is Dr. Eric D. Darr.Visit Site

Haverford College: Haverford College was founded in 1833. The current president is Kimberly Benston. Approximately 1,200 students attend Haverford and its admission rate is 24.6%. The college mascot is the Black Squirrel.Visit Site

Juniata College: Juniata College was established in 1876 and is currently attended by over 1,600 students. Dr. James A. Troha is the school’s president and the mascot is the Juniata Eagle. The admission rate is 71%.Visit Site

Keystone College: Keystone College was founded in 1868 by Dr. John Howard Harris. It is a small liberal arts college that enrolls over 1,700 students and has an acceptance rate of 91%. The current president is Dr. David Coppola and the mascot is KC the Giant.Visit Site

King’s College: King’s College was established in 1946. The school’s president is Rev. John J. Ryan. 2,700 students are enrolled and the school admits approximately 74% of its applicants. The mascot is Leo the Lion.Visit Site

La Roche College: La Roche College was established in 1963. The current president is Sister Candace Introcaso and the school enrolls about 1,400 students. The mascot is the Red Hawk. La Roche’s admission rate is 46%.Visit Site

Lafayette College: Lafayette College was established in 1824 by James Madison Porter and a group of other Easton, Pennsylvania citizens. Lafayette enrolls approximately 2,500 students and has an acceptance rate of 30%. The mascot is the Leopard.Visit Site

Lebanon Valley College: Lebanon Valley College was founded in 1866 and is a small liberal arts college that enrolls over 1,500 students. The current president is Lewis Evitts Thane and the current acceptance rate is 67%. The mascot is the Flying Dutchman.Visit Site

Lycoming College: Lycoming College was founded in 1812. It is now a small liberal arts school that enrolls 1,400 undergraduates. Kent C. Trachte is the current president and the admission rate is 70%. The mascot is the Warrior.Visit Site

Marywood University: Marywood University is a Roman Catholic university that was established in 1915. The school enrolls over 2,000 undergraduate and 1,300 graduate students and has an acceptance rate of about 70%. Sister Anne Munley serves as the current president. Marywood’s mascot is the Pacer.Visit Site

Mercyhurst University: Mercyhurst University was established in 1926 by the Sisters of Mercy. The school is affiliated with the Roman Catholic church. Michael T. Victor is the current president and the school enrolls about 4,400 students, with an admission rate of 76%. The mascot is Luke the Laker.Visit Site

Messiah College: Messiah College was established in 1909 by the Brethren in Christ church. The current president is Kim Phipps. About 3,200 students attend Messiah College and its acceptance rate is 64%. The mascot is Fandango the Falcon.Visit Site

Moravian College: Moravian College was established in 1742 as the Bethlehem Female Seminary. At the moment, approximately 1,600 students attend Moravian and the school’s admission rate is 80%. The school’s mascot is Amos the Greyhound and Bryon L. Grimsby is the president.Visit Site

Mount Aloysius College: Mount Aloysius College was established in 1853 and it currently enrolls about 2,900 students and has an acceptance rate of 75.9%. The current president is Thomas P. Foley. The school mascot is Victory.Visit Site

Muhlenberg College: Muhlenberg College was founded in 1848 by Rev. Samuel K. Brobst, a Lutheran minister. The school currently enrolls about 2,200 students and the president is John I. Williams, Jr. Muhlenberg’s admission rate is 43% and the mascot is the Mule.Visit Site

Peirce College: Peirce College was established in 1865 by Thomas May Peirce as Union Business College. The school currently enrolls approximately 1,900 students and the president is James J. Mergiotti. The school’s mascot is the Spartan.Visit Site

Point Park University: Point Park University is a private school, established in 1960. Dr. Paul Hennigan is the current president of the school. It has over 3,841 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Black Diamond the Bison.Visit Site

Rosemont College: Rosemont College is a private school, established in 1921, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Sharon Latchaw Hirsh is the current president of the school. It has an acceptance rate of 70%. The mascot for the school is Raven.Visit Site

Saint Vincent College: Saint Vincent College was established in 1846, affiliated with Catholic. Br. Norman W. Hipps is the current president of the school. It has over 1,766 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Bearcat.Visit Site

Seton Hill University: Seton Hill University is a private school, established in 1885, affiliated with Catholic Church. Mary Finger is the current of the school. It has over 2,500 students enrolled. The school mascot is Griffin.Visit Site

Susquehanna University: Susquehanna University was established in 1858. L. Jay Lemons is the current president of the school. It has over 2,401 students enrolled. It has 94% acceptance rate. The school mascot is River Hawks.Visit Site

Swarthmore College: Swarthmore College is a private school, established in 1864, affiliated with Hicksite Quakers. Valerie Smith is the current president of the school. It has over 1,581 students enrolled. The school mascot is Phineas the Phoenix.Visit Site

Thiel College: Thiel College is a private school, established in 1866. Dr. Troy VanAken is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 1,096 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Tomcats.Visit Site

Ursinus College: Ursinus College was established in 1869, affiliated with Secular. Brock Blomberg is the current president of the school. It has over 1,650 students enrolled. The school mascot is Bears.Visit Site

Washington & Jefferson College: Washington & Jefferson College was established in 1781, affiliated with Non-sectarian. Tori Haring- Smith, is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 1,500 students enrolled. It has 38.2 acceptance rate.Visit Site

Westminster College: Westminster College is a private school, established in 1875. Stephen Morgan is the current president of the school. It has over 2,168 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Griffin.Visit Site

Wilson College: Wilson College is a private school, established in 1869. Dr. Barbara K. Mistick is the current presidents of the school. It has over 607 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is The Phoenix.Visit Site

Wilkes University: Wilkes University was established in 1933. Patrick F. Leahy, Ed.D is the current president of the school. It has over 2,245 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Colonels.Visit Site

York College of Pennsylvania: York College of Pennsylvania is a private school, established in 1787. Pamela Gunter- Smith, is the current president of the school. It has over 5,564 students enrolled. The school mascot is Spartan.Visit Site

Private specialty four-year institutions

University of the Arts: The University of the Arts was established in 1870. David Yager is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 1,900 students enrolled.Visit Site

Curtis Institute of Music: Curtis Institute of Music is a private school, established in 1924. Roberto Diaz is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 167 students enrolled. It has 3.2% acceptance rate.Visit Site

Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences: Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences is a private school, established in 1903. Mary Grace Simcox, Ed. D. is the current president of the school. It has over 1,449 students enrolled.Visit Site

Moore College of Art and Design: Moore College of Art and Design was established in 1848. Cecelia Fitzgibbon is the current president of the school. It has over 500 students enrolled. The school has an acceptance rate of 60%.Visit Site

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts founded in 1805 by Charles Wilson. Currently, there are more than 65 students enrolled. The school has 43% acceptance rate.Visit Site

Pennsylvania College of Art and Design: Pennsylvania College of Art and Design is a private school, established in 1982. Ronald D. Scrotberger is the current person in charge of the school. It has over 300 students enrolled.Visit Site

Private doctoral universities

Alvernia University: Alvernia University is a private school, established in 1958. Thomas F. Flynn, Ph. D. is the current president of the school. It has over 2,900 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Crusader.Visit Site

Arcadia University: Arcadia University was established in 1853. Nicolette DeVille is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 4,000 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Knight.Visit Site

Bryn Mawr College: Bryn Mawr College was established in 1885. Kimberly Wright Cassidy is the current president of the college. It has over 1,771 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Owl.Visit Site

Carlow University: Carlow University is a private school, established in 1929, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Dr. Suzanne Mellon is the current president of the school. The mascot for the campus is Shammie.Visit Site

Carnegie Mellon University: Carnegie Mellon University was established in 1900. Subrah Suresh is the current president of the school. Currently, there are more than 6,362 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Scotty.Visit Site

Chestnut Hill College: Chestnut Hill College is a private school, established in 1924, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Carol Jean Vale, SSJ is the current president of the school. It has over 2,400 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Griffin.Visit Site

Drexel University: Drexel University was established in 1891. John Anderson is the current president of the school. It has over 26,359 students enrolled. The school mascot is Mario the Magnificent.Visit Site

Duquesne University: Duquesne University was established in 1878. John E. Murray, Jr. is the current president, and Charles J. Dougherty is the President. It has over 10,364 students enrolled. The school mascot is the Duke.Visit Site

Eastern University: Eastern University was established in 1925, affiliated with American Baptist Churches. Robert G. Duffett is the current president of the school. It has over 4,300 students enrolled. The school mascot is Eagles.Visit Site

Gannon University: Gannon University is a private school, established in 1925, affiliated with Catholic Church. Keith Taylor is the current president of the school. It has over 4,410 students enrolled. The school mascot is Victor E. Knight.Visit Site

Holy Family University: Holy Family University is a private school, established in 1954, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Sr. Maureen McGrarrity is the current president. It has over 1,985 students enrolled and acceptance rate of 75%. The school mascot is Tigers.Visit Site

Immaculata University: Immaculata University is a private school, established in 1920. Sister R. Patricia Fadden is the current president of the school. It has over 2,000 students enrolled. The school has an acceptance rate of 68%. The school mascot is Mac.Visit Site

La Salle University: La Salle University is a private school, established in 1863, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Colleen N. Hanycz is the current president of the school. It has over 3,164 students enrolled. The school mascot is the Explorer.Visit Site

Lehigh University: Lehigh University is a private school, established in 1865. John D. Simon is the current president of the school. It has over 4,904 students enrolled. The school mascot is Clutch.Visit Site

Marywood University: Marywood University is the private school, was established in 1915. Sr. Anne Munley, I.H.M., It has over 2,000 students enrolled. The school mascot is Pacers.Visit Site

Misericordia University: Misericordia University is a private school, established in1924, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Thomas Botzman is the current president. It has over 3,196 students enrolled. The school mascot is Cougars.Visit Site

Neumann University: Neumann University is a private school, established in 1965, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Rosalie M. Mirenda, Ph.D. is the current president of the school. It has over 598 students enrolled. The school has an acceptance rate of 71%.Visit Site

University of Pennsylvania: The university of Pennsylvania is a private school, established in 1740. Amy Gutmann is the current president of the school. It has over 24,876 students enrolled. The school mascot is Quakers.Visit Site

Philadelphia University: Philadelphia University is a private school, established in 1884. Stephen Spineli Jr., Ph.D. is the current president. It has over 2,888 students enrolled. The school mascot is Phil the Ram.Visit Site

Robert Morris University: Robert Morris University is a private school, established in 1921. Christopher B. Howard is the current president of the school. It has over 4,144 students enrolled. The school mascot is RoMo.Visit Site

Saint Francis University: Saint Francis University is a private school, established in 1847, affiliated with Roman Catholic. It has over 1,832 students enrolled. The school mascot is Red Flash.Visit Site

Saint Joseph’s University: Saint Joseph’s University is a private school, established in 1851. Mark C. Reed is the current president of the school. It has over 8,629 students enrolled and 98% acceptance rate. The school mascot is The Hawk.Visit Site

University of Scranton: The university of Scranton is a private school, established in 1888, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S. J. is the current president of the school. It has over 6,034 students enrolled. The school mascot is Iggy the Royal Wolf.Visit Site

University of the Sciences: University of the Sciences is a private school, established in 1821. Kathleen Mayes is the current president of the school. It has over 1,793 students enrolled. The school mascot is Drake the Devil.Visit Site

Thomas Jefferson University: Thomas Jefferson University is a private school, established in 1825. Stephen K. Klasko, MD, MBA is the current president of the school. It has over 2,867 students enrolled.Visit Site

Villanova University: Villanova University was established in 1842, affiliated with Roman Catholic. Rev. Peter M. Donohue is the current president of the school. It has over 10,482 students enrolled. The school has an acceptance rate of 65%. The mascot for the school is Will D. Cat.Visit Site

Waynesburg University: Waynesburg University was established in 1849, affiliated with Presbyterian Church. Douglas G. Lee is the current president of the school. It has over 1,500 students enrolled. The school mascot is Yellow Jackets.Visit Site

Widener University: Widener University was established in 1821. Dr. Julie E. Wollman is the current president of the school. It has over 6,464 students enrolled. The school mascot is Pride.Visit Site

Wilkes University: Wilkes University is a private school, established in 1933. Patrick F. Leahy, Ed. D. is the current president of the school. It has over 2,245 students enrolled. The school mascot is Colonels.Visit Site

Graduate institutions

Yeshivath Beth Moshe: Yeshivath Beth Moshe was established in 1964 by Roshei HaYeshiva and Rabbi Chaim Bressler. It has over 78 students enrolled. The institute has an acceptance rate of 64%.Visit Site

Biblical Theological Seminary: Biblical Theological Seminary is a private school, established in 1971. Frank A. James III is the current president of the school. Currently, there are over 300 students enrolled.Visit Site

Byzantine Catholic Seminary of SS. Cyril and Methodius: Byzantine Catholic Seminary of SS. Cyril and Methodius is a private institution, established in 1950, affiliated with Byzantine Catholic. The Rev. Robert Pipta is the current rector of the school. It has over 128 students enrolled. The mascot for the school is Cyril.Visit Site

Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary: Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary is a private institution, established in 1976, affiliated with Baptist. Dr. Sam Harbin is the current president. It has enrolled over 106 students.Visit Site

Christ the Saviour Seminary: Christ, the Saviour Seminary is a public school, established in 1951. Currently, there are more than 422 students enrolled. It has an acceptance rate of 95%. The mascot for the school is Bulldog.Visit Site

The Commonwealth Medical College: The Commonwealth Medical College is a private school, established in 2008. Steven J. Scheinman, MD is the current Dean of the school. It has over 440 students enrolled. The college mascot is TCMC.Visit Site

Evangelical Seminary: Evangelical Seminary was established in 1890 by Jacob Albright. Anthony L. Blair is the current president of the instution. It has over 75,000 students enrolled. The mascot is Vendi.Visit Site

Lancaster Theological Seminary: Lancaster Theological Seminary is a private institution, established in 1825 by James Ross Reily, affiliated with United Church of Christ. Currently there are more than 25 students enrolled.Visit Site

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine is a private school, established in 1992. John M. Ferretti is the current president. It has over 3, 772 Students enrolled. The mascot is.Visit Site

Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg: Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg L.T.S.G was established in 1826 with the first students used as seminary Hotel. It has over 138 students enrolled.Visit Site

Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia: Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia was established in 1864, affiliated with Evangelical Lutheran. Rev. Dr. David J. Lose is the current president of the school. It has over 275 students enrolled.Visit Site

Palmer Theological Seminary: Palmer Theological Seminary was established in 1925, affiliated with American Baptist Churches. F. David Bronkema is the current Dean of the school. It has over 227 students enrolled.Visit Site

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary: Pittsburgh Theological Seminary was established in 1794 by John McMillan, affiliated with Presbyterian Church. It has over 392 students enrolled. The mascot is Auntie Annes Pretzel.Visit Site

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is a private coeducational school, established in 1899. Leonard Finkelstein, DO is the current chancellor. It has over 2,418 students enrolled.Visit Site

Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church: Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church T.S.R.E.C was established in 1887. David L. Hicks is the current Chancellor of the Institute. It has over 28 students enrolled. The mascot is T.S.R.E.C logo.Visit Site

Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary: Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary R.P.T.S was established in 1810, affiliated with Reformed Presbyterian. Jerry O’Neil is the current president. It has over 100 students enrolled. The institute has an acceptance rate of 60%.Visit Site

Reconstructionist Rabbinical College: Reconstructionist Rabbinical College was established in 1968, affiliated with Reconstructionist Judaism. Rabbi Deborah Waxman is the current president of the Institute. It has over 251 students enrolled.Visit Site

Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary: Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary was established in 1832, affiliated with Roman Catholic Seminary. Timothy C. Senior is the current rector of the school. It has over 560 students enrolled.Visit Site

Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox Theological Seminary: Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox Theological Seminary was established in 1938 by Holy Synod. It has over 670 students enrolled.Visit Site

Salus University: Salus University is a private campus, established in 2008. Marisa Ragonesi is the current president of the school. Currently there are more than 4500 students enrolled.Visit Site

Trinity School for Ministry: Trinity School for Ministry is a private school, established in 1975, affiliated with Anglican. Justin Terry is the current president of the school. It has over 213 students enrolled. The school mascot is Kneelers.Visit Site

United States Army War College: United States Army War College was established in 1901. Major General William Rapp is the current officer in charge of the college. Currently there are more than 800 students enrolled.Visit Site

Westminster Theological Seminary: Westminster Theological Seminary is a private institution, established in 1929. Peter Lilback is the current president. It has over 617 students enrolled.Visit Site

Won Institute of Graduate Studies: Won Institute of Graduate Studies was established in the year 2001, affiliated with Buddhism. Currently, there are more than 87 students enrolled.Visit Site

Public institutions

Two-year community colleges and technical schools

Community College of Allegheny County: Community College of Allegheny County was established in September 1966. Dr. Quintin B. Bullock is the current president of the school. It has over 60,000 students enrolled.Visit Site

Community College of Beaver County: Community College of Beaver County (C.C.B.C) is a public school, established in 1966. Dr. Chris Reber is the current president of the school. It has over 3,054 students enrolled.Visit Site

Bucks County Community College: Bucks County Community College (B.C.C.C) is a two-year public school, established in 1964. Dr. Stephanie Shanblatt is the current president of the school. It has over 9,719 students enrolled. The school has an acceptance rate of 67%.Visit Site

Butler County Community College: Butler County Community College was founded in 1965. The college has about 3,500 students on its rolls. The president of the college is Dr. Nicholas C. Neupauer. The college mascot is Pioneers.Visit Site

Delaware County Community College: Delaware County Community College was established in 1967. The college has more than 13,000 students on its rolls. The president of the college is Jerome S. Parker.Visit Site

HACC Central Pennsylvania’s Community College: HACC Central Pennsylvania’s Community College was established in 1964. The college has nearly 23,000 enrolled students. The president of the college is John J. Sygielski. The college mascot is Hawks.Visit Site

Lehigh Carbon Community College: Lehigh Carbon Community College was founded in 1966. The college has about 7,700 students on its rolls. The president of the college is Dr. Ann D. Bieber. The college mascot is Cougar.Visit Site

Luzerne County Community College: Luzerne County Community College was established in 1967. The college has about 7,000 enrolled students. The president of the college is Thomas P. Leary. The mascot of the college is Blaze- the Trailblazer Horse.Visit Site

Montgomery County Community College: Montgomery County Community College was started in 1964. The college has about 13,000 students on its rolls. The president of the college is Dr. James Linksz. The college mascot is the Mustang.Visit Site

Northampton Community College: Northampton Community College was established in 1967. The college has about 34,000 enrolled students. The president of the college is Dr. Mark H. Erickson. The college mascot is Sam Spartan.Visit Site

Pennsylvania Highlands Community College: Pennsylvania Highlands Community College was established in 1993. The college has about 3,000 students on its rolls. The president of the college is Dr. Walter Asonevich.Visit Site

Community College of Philadelphia: Community College of Philadelphia was founded in 1965. The college has about 34,000 students on its rolls. The president of the college is Donald Generals.Visit Site

Reading Area Community College: Reading Area Community College was founded in 1977. The college has about 5,000 enrolled students. The president of the college is Anna Weitz. The mascot of the college is Raven.Visit Site

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology: Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology was founded in 1905. The college has about 800 enrolled students and an acceptance rate of about 27%. The president of the college is William E. Griscom. The college mascot is Bulldog.Visit Site

Westmoreland County Community College: Westmoreland County Community College was established in 1970. The college has more than 7,000 students. The college president is Dr. Tuesday Stanley. The mascot of the college is Westly Wolf.Visit Site

Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania: Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania was established as Bloomsburg Academy in 1839. The university has about 1,000 enrolled students and a 72% acceptance rate. The president of the university is David L. Soltz. The university mascot is Husky.Visit Site

California University of Pennsylvania: California University of Pennsylvania was established in 1852. The university has more than 9,400 students and an acceptance rate of 60%. The president of the university is Geraldine M. Jones. Blaze is the mascot of the university.Visit Site

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania: Cheyney University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1837 by Richard Humphreys. The university has about 700 enrolled students. The president of the university is Frank Pogue. The university mascot is Wolf.Visit Site

Clarion University of Pennsylvania: Clarion University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1867. The university has about 7,000 students on its rolls an acceptance rate of 79%. The president of the university is Karen Whitney. The university mascot is Golden Eagles.Visit Site

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania: East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1893. the university has more than 7,000 enrolled students and an acceptance rate of 63%. The president of the university is Marcia Welsh.Visit Site

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania: Edinboro University of Pennsylvania was formed in 1857. The university has about 6,500 students and a 75% acceptance rate. The president of the university is David J. Werner.Visit Site

Indiana University of Pennsylvania: Indiana University of Pennsylvania was established in 1875. The university has about 14,000 enrolled students and a 60% acceptance rate. The president of the university is Dr. Michael Driscoll. The mascot of the university is Norm.Visit Site

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania: Kutztown University of Pennsylvania was established in 1866. The university has more than 10,000 enrolled students and a 68% acceptance rate. Kenneth S. Hawkinson[ is the president of the university. The university mascot is Avalanche the Golden Bear.Visit Site

Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania: Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1870. The university has about 5,500 enrolled students and a 72% acceptance rate. The president of the university is Michael Fiorentino, Jr. The university mascot is Bald Eagle.Visit Site

Mansfield University of Pennsylvania: Mansfield University of Pennsylvania was established in 1857. The university has about 2,700 students and a 77% acceptance rate. The president of the university is Francis L. Hendricks. The mascot of the university is Mountie the Mountaineer.Visit Site

Millersville University of Pennsylvania: Millersville University of Pennsylvania was established as the Lancaster County Normal School in 1855. The university has about 8,400 enrolled students and an acceptance rate of 58%. The president of the university is John M. Anderson. The university mascots are Millersville Marauder and Skully.Visit Site

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania: Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania was established in 1871. The university has more than 7,200 enrolled students and an 80% acceptance rate. The president of the university is Dr. George “Jody” Harpster. The mascot of the university is “Big Red.”.Visit Site

Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania: Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania was established in 1889. The university has more than 9,000 enrolled students and a 67% acceptance rate. The president of the university is Dr. Cheryl Norton. The university mascot is Rocky – the Pride of the Rock.Visit Site

West Chester University of Pennsylvania: West Chester University was established in 1871. It has more than 16000 students enrolled, with an acceptance rate of 51.5%. The interim president is Christopher Fiorentino and the school’s mascot is Rammy.Visit Site

Commonwealth System of Higher Education

Lincoln University: Lincoln University was established in 1854 as a private university but became a public institution in 1972. Its mascot is LU the Lion. The interim president is Richard Green. There are 1900 students and the acceptance rate is 50%.Visit Site

Pennsylvania State University: Pennsylvania State University was established in 1855. This school’s acceptance rate is 50.3%, and currently there are about 975,000 students enrolled. The mascot is Nittany Lion. Penn State’s current president is Eric J. Barron. Pennsylvania State has many commonwealth and special mission campuses throughout the state.Visit Site

University of Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh was founded by Hugh Henry Brackenridge in 1787. The chancellor is Patrick D. Gallagher. There are just over 35000 students enrolled, and the acceptance rate is 56.1%. Pitt’s mascot is Pitt the Panther.Visit Site

Temple University: Temple University was founded in 1884 by Russell Conwell. It has an enrollment of almost 38000 students and an acceptance rate of 61.7%. The school mascots are Hooter the Owl and Stella the Owl. Temple’s president is named Neil Theobald.Visit Site

Commonwealth and affiliated campuses

Penn State Abington: Penn State Abington is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. It was formerly the Ogontz School for Girls, until it was given to Penn State in 1950. The chancellor is Karen W. Sandler. It has an acceptance rate of 79% and currently has 3400 students.Visit Site

Penn State Altoona: Penn State Altoona is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. In 1939 it was established as an Undergraduate Center of Penn State by then president Ralph D. Hetzel. The current chancellor is Lori J. Bechtel-Wherry, and there are over 4180 students enrolled. The acceptance rate is 77%.Visit Site

Penn State Beaver: Penn State Beaver is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. It was established in 1965 on land donated by the Beaver County Commissioners. It enrolls 720 students and the interim chancellor is Carey McDougall. The acceptance rate is 92%.Visit Site

Penn State Berks: Penn State Berks is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. Formerly the Wyomissing Polytechnic Institute, it joined Penn State in 1958. Currently just over 3200 students are enrolled, and the chancellor is Dr. R. Keith Hillkirk. The school has an acceptance rate of 82%.Visit Site

Penn State Brandywine: Penn State Brandywine is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. Established in 1967, it now has 1700 students enrolled. The chancellor is Dr. Kristin Woolever. This school’s acceptance rate is 81%.Visit Site

Penn State College of Medicine: Penn State College of Medicine was established by Pennsylvania State University in 1967 with funding from the M. S. Hershey Foundation. There are 1004 students enrolled at the College. The dean is Harold L. Paz, M.D., M.S. The acceptance rate is 2%.Visit Site

Penn State Dickinson School of Law: Penn State Dickinson School of Law was established in 1834 by Judge John Reed. The dean is Gary S. Gildin. Dickinson Law and Penn State Law combined have 573 students enrolled. The acceptance rate is 46.3%.Visit Site

Penn State DuBois: Penn State DuBois is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. It was established in 1935. The chancellor is Dr. Melanie Hatch, and there are 897 students enrolled. This school has an acceptance rate of 90%.Visit Site

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College: Penn State Erie, The Behrend College is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University and was established in 1948. The current chancellor is Ralph Ford. There are 4700 students enrolled and the school’s acceptance rate is 84%.Visit Site

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus: Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. It was established in 1965 and has a current enrollment of 1000 students. The acceptance rate is 89%. The current chancellor is Dr. W. Charles Patrick.Visit Site

Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies: Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies, founded in 1963, is a special mission campus graduate school of Penn State. It has an enrollment of over 2900 students. The chancellor is Dr. James Nemes.www.sgps.psu.edu/.Visit Site

Penn State Greater Allegheny: Penn State [filler] Greater Allegheny is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. Established in 1952, it has a current enrollment of 783 students and an acceptance rate of 83%. The chancellor is Dr. Andrew F. Egan.Visit Site

Penn State Harrisburg: Penn State Harrisburg is an undergraduate college and graduate school of Penn State. It was established in 1966 and has a current enrollment of over 5600 students. The chancellor is Mukund Kulkarni. Penn State Harrisburg has an acceptance rate of 83%.Visit Site

Penn State Hazleton: Penn State Hazleton is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. It was founded in 1934 and currently has 1000 students enrolled. The acceptance rate is 90%. Dr. Gary M. Lawler is the chancellor.Visit Site

Penn State Lehigh Valley: Penn State Lehigh Valley, established in 1912, is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. The chancellor is currently Dr. Ann Williams. Penn State Lehigh Valley has an enrollment of 849 students and an acceptance rate of 87%.Visit Site

Penn State Mont Alto: Penn State [filler] Mont Alto was founded in 1903 and is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. It has more than 1200 students enrolled and an acceptance rate of 86%. The chancellor is Francis K. Achampong.Visit Site

Penn State New Kensington: Penn State New Kensington is a campus of Pennsylvania State University. It was founded in 1958 and currently has an enrollment of 700 students. The current chancellor is Dr Kevin Snider. The acceptance rate is 80%.Visit Site

Penn State Schuylkill: Penn State Schuylkill, founded in 1934, is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. There are currently 837 students enrolled, and the acceptance rate is about 84%. The chancellor is Kelly Austin.Visit Site

Penn State Shenango: Penn State Shenango is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University, and was founded in 1965. There are between 500 and 600 students enrolled and the acceptance rate is 73%. The director is Jo Anne Carrick.Visit Site

Penn State Wilkes Barre: Penn State Wilkes Barre was established in 1916 and is a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University. 545 students are enrolled here and the acceptance rate is 92%. The current chancellor is Charles Davis.Visit Site

Penn State Worthington Scranton: Penn State Worthington Scranton is a campus of Pennsylvania State University and it was founded in 1923. The Chancellor is Marwan Wafa and the campus enrolls approximately 1,400 students. The acceptance rate is 88% and the mascot is Nittany the Lion.Visit Site

Penn State York: Penn State York is a campus of Pennsylvania State University that was established in 1939. The Chancellor is David W. Chown and this particular campus enrolls about 1,100 students with an admission rate of 84%. The mascot is Nittany the Lion.Visit Site

Pennsylvania College of Technology: Pennsylvania College of Technology was established in 1914. The current president is Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour and the school enrolls about 5,500 students. Penn Tech admits about 92% of its applicants and the mascot is the Wildcat.Visit Site

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford: University of Pittsburgh at Bradford was established in 1963 by Raymond N. Zoerkler, a geologist. UPB currently enrolls 1,500 students with an acceptance rate of 83%. Dr. Livingston Alexander is the current president and the mascot is the Panther.Visit Site

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg: University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg was established in 1963. It is a state school that enrolls about 1,800 students, with an acceptance rate of 85%. Sharon P. Smith is the president and the mascot is Bruiser the Bobcat.Visit Site

University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown: University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown was established in 1927. Currently, the school enrolls approximately 3,000 students and its admission rate is 88%. The mascot is the Mountain Cat. Dr. Jem Spectar is the current president.Visit Site

University of Pittsburgh at Titusville: University of Pittsburgh at Titusville was founded in 1963. The current president is Dr. Livingston Alexander. The school enrolls nearly 390 students in one of its associate degrees and transfer programs. The school mascot is Pounce the Panther and the admission rate is 77%.Visit Site

Temple University Ambler: Temple University Ambler was established in 1910 and became a part of Temple University in 1958. It enrolls 3,900 students and the current dean is James Hilty. The school mascot is the Owl.Visit Site

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