Robert Morris University, founded in 1921, is a private institution located in the Pittsburgh region offering bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees. More than 5,000 fulland part-time undergraduate and graduate students from nearly every state and over 40 countries are enrolled at RMU.
The 230-acre campus in Moon Township is located 15 minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport and 17 miles from downtown, which has the nation's seventh largest concentration of Fortune 500 corporate headquarters. The 32-acre Island Sports Center on Neville Island provides state-of-the-art athletic facilities for the University and the community.
RMU built its reputation by offering strong academic programs in traditional business fields such as accounting, finance, marketing and management. To prepare students for success in a changing and competitive workforce, the University has created programs in communications, information systems, engineering, mathematics, science, education, social sciences, nursing, and health sciences in the past decade. The university now offers 60 undergraduate degree programs and 20 graduate degree programs in five academic schools.
RMU is a teaching-centered institution, with small classes taught by faculty members, many of which have real-world, industry experience. The student-faculty ratio is 15:1, and the average class size is 21.6.
More than 100 clubs and organizations help students develop leadership skills, network professionally, and meet new friends. Student activities include varsity, club and intramural sports, sororities, fraternities, and student government. RMU's NCAA Division I athletic programs include football, men's and women's basketball, men's and women’s hockey, and men's and women's lacrosse.
For more information, visit www.rmu.edu.
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