The heart of Pittsburgh, PA, one of the country’s most livable cities, or acres of rich woodlands? The Chatham experience encompasses the best of both worlds in three memorable locations.

Shadyside Campus

With elements designed for the original Andrew Mellon estate by the renowned Olmsted Brothers, Shadyside Campus on Woodland Road is one of the most idyllic places in the Pittsburgh—a green, leafy oasis right in the middle of the city. Designated an arboretum in 1998 by the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta (now known as the American Public Garden Association), the 39-acre campus features renovated historic mansions now being used as residence halls, a labyrinth, pond, and 125 different varieties of flora.

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Chatham Eastside

Chatham Eastside is a 250,000 square foot building located less than a mile from the University’s historic Woodland Road location and just down the road from Bakery Square, home to Google’s Pittsburgh office. This LEED Silver renovation project used sustainable design practices, recycled materials, and energy-efficient lighting to create an academic and social space within a green environment. Chatham Eastside is home to our School of Health Sciences programs, as well to our programs in Interior Architecture.

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Pittsburgh, PA

The Huffington Post has praised Pittsburgh as “a modern mecca of culture and education, [and] a hidden gem.” According to national polls conducted by such organizations as Forbes, U.S. News and World Report, and Bloomberg it is the safest mid-sized city, the most livable city in the country, and one of the best places for young college grads.

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PA House of Representatives Policy Committee Meeting Held at Eden Hall Campus

On Wednesday, July 28, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives held a Policy Committee meeting at Eden Hall Campus with the theme of, “Jobs of the Future.” As part of the event, committee members and attendees were able to tour the campus. Multiple key stakeholders testified before the committee including Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment, Lou Leonard, JD.