About Westmoreland


Fast Facts

Founded: 1970 

Location: Youngwood, PA, approximately 6 miles south of Greensburg, off Route 119

Enrollment: Approximately 5,084 full-and part-time students 

Programs: 65 associate degree, 20 diploma, and 78 certificate programs with options that prepare students for careers or transfer to baccalaureate degree programs at four-year institutions.

Degrees Granted: associate in arts degree, associate in fine arts degree, associate in applied science degree, diploma and certificate

Wolfpack Fact Card

Campus: The main campus is located in rural Youngwood, PA a short distance from the New Stanton Interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike off Route 119. The 80-acre campus comprises four buildings: Founders Hall, Commissioners Hall, Science Hall and the Business and Industry Center. Founders Hall also contains the college bookstore, library, student activities center, gymnasium and more.

In addition, there are athletic fields for baseball, softball and other sporting activities.

Off-Campus Centers: To provide access to quality educational opportunities to area residents, the college operates six off-campus education centers that serve all of Westmoreland, Fayette and Indiana counties.

The Westmoreland Public Safety Training Center, located near Smithton, provides public safety training for fire, police and emergency services responders.

Faculty: 86 full-time and approximately 400 part-time faculty

Academic Calendar: Two 15-week semesters (fall, spring); two 12-week sessions (fall and spring), and summer sessions. Classes are conducted weekdays, evenings and Saturdays. Click to view the Calendar.

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