Our Butler satellite campus allows you to complete your bachelor's degree close to home.
Alice Lawson, CGS ’13 Legal Studies/Administration of Justice
Jacquelyn Hill, CGS ’12 Social Science Certificate in Non-Profit Management
Maria Gerardi CGS ’12, Public Service A&S ’12, Sociology Certificate in Helping Professions Certificate in Non-Profit Management
We specialize in addressing the unique needs of students who are already busy with work, family, and community responsibilities. Our priorities are providing our students with a high-quality education that will help them change or advance their careers, and supporting them with the personalized services and resources they need to achieve their academic and professional aspirations.
All new degree-seeking students are required to attend a CGS New Student Orientation before starting school. Register for the session that is convenient for you today!
Learn to predict exam questions, develop an understanding of different test formats, and complete practice questions. A session will be held each day, Monday, December 2 through Thursday, December 5, from 4-5:30 p.m.
Congratulations to first-year CGS student Nathan Babyak (Media and Professional Communications) on his recent scholarship award from the Wounded Warrior and Veterans Education Assistance Fund. Babyak, who separated from the United States Marine Corps as a Staff Sergeant in June, returned to his hometown of Pittsburgh to attend the University of Pittsburgh.
Says Babyak, “For much of my life, the dream of becoming a college graduate seemed unattainable. Once I had the ability to make that dream come true, I wanted to make the most of it, so I applied to Pitt. It was the one and only school that I applied to. In addition to everything that I have seen, done, and triumphed over in my life, graduating from Pitt will be the culmination of my accomplishments. I wouldn’t have wanted to do this anywhere else.”
Calling all degree-seeking CGS students: We need your help! CGS is looking for students to participate in a liberal arts reading comprehension assessment designed to measure our programs.
Participants will receive a $20 Giant Eagle gift card. The first 150 participants will be entered for a chance to win a Kindle Fire, so sign up today!
Interested in studying abroad during the summer or fall 2014 terms, or just curious about study abroad programs? Stop by to meet Dan Drummond, outreach assistant from the University Study Abroad Office. Mr. Drummond will answer questions and provide information about study abroad opportunities, scholarships, and deadlines.
Looking for a way to stay in shape in a short amount of time? Join the CGS Peer Mentors and Jim Crowell from Integrated Fitness in Bethel Park to learn the basics of a Kettlebell workout to help you stay in shape. Stop in anytime between 4 and 6 p.m. for some fitness information and pizza supplied by the CGS Student Government.