Carlow University is a private Catholic university that was founded by the Sisters of Mercy. The 13-acre Pittsburgh campus features a center for science and technology, a theater, a center for leadership and management, a church and a convent that is a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Historic Landmark. Carlow also offers an honors program in which students have the opportunity to serve on the honors student senate and complete an internship, with disciplines varying from biomedical research to non-profit management.
Carlow University is very personable. The staff is dedicated to the true learning of students. I would give Carlow a high rating for prospective students.
Kelsey from East Pittsburgh, PA
On a scale of 1-10, I rate Carlow as a 10. The private catholic school is very clean, has a small campus, and it feels like home. The campus is in the city, but when you are on campus, it feels like you are away from the city.