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Student Reviews of University of Pittsburgh

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based on 220 reviews
  • Olivia from Richlandtown, PA

    A fun, laid-back campus with a lot to do. The U. of Pittsburgh has a plethora of passionate instructors who are willing to go above and beyond for their students. Along with enjoyable academics, the university offers a massive variety of… more read full review

    A fun, laid-back campus with a lot to do. The University of Pittsburgh has a plethora of passionate instructors who are willing to go above and beyond for their students. Along with enjoyable academics, the university offers a massive variety of recreational student activities that are fit for everyone. read full review

  • John from Pittsburgh, PA

    Pitt is the perfect balance between a college town and an urban feel. Academically, you can't ask for a better collection of resources to help you achieve your goals. I can't imagine myself anywhere else. read full review

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