Colleges/ Technical & Trade Schools

Educating today's youth to be tomorrow's leaders is a responsibility that Westmoreland County takes very seriously. With 17 public school districts and 45 private schools located throughout the county, our educational system is teeming with graduates ready to be competitive and successful in both college and the workplace.

Colleges


Penn State New Kensington Penn State New Kensington 3550 Seventh Street Road, Route 780
Upper Burrell, PA 15068-1798
(724) 334-5466
(888) 968-7297
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Saint Vincent College Saint Vincent College 300 Fraser Purchase Road Latrobe, PA 15650-2695
(724) 532-6600
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Seton Hill University Seton Hill University 1 Seton Hill Drive Greensburg, PA 15601
(724) 834-2200
(800) 826-6234
(724) 830-4611 Fax
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University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg 1150 Mount Pleasant Road
Greensburg, PA 15601
(724) 836-9880
(724) 836-7160 Fax
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Westmoreland County Community College Westmoreland County Community College 145 Pavilion Lane Youngwood, PA 15697
(724) 925-4000
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Westmoreland County's quality educational institutions recognize the increasing importance of career technical education (CTE) in fulfilling skill sets needed in the workplace of today and the future. The county puts forward three technical schools on the high school level (Northern, Central and Eastern Westmoreland Career & Technology Centers) as an added incentive for business.

Technical & Trade Schools


Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center Eastern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center Northern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center
Central Westmoreland
Career & Technology Center
Eastern Westmoreland
Career & Technology Center
Northern Westmoreland
Career & Technology Center


To exemplify their hands-on approach to "practical education," local colleges have developed a complete curriculum to satisfy growing employment needs resulting from the increase in activity in the rapidly growing Marcellus Shale industry.

All of the educational institutions in the county have one thing in common besides providing advanced degree education: a willingness to develop and implement custom educational programs to fulfill the needs of both business and industry.