Our historic campus in Waynesburg PA is a thriving, beautiful community for young scholars to engage with experienced faculty, dedicated staff and of course, each other. Our facilities also include three off-campus centers in Monroeville, Cranberry and Southpointe, serving our graduate programs in business, counseling, education and nursing.
One of the first buildings on campus was Miller Hall, constructed of 803,000 bricks handmade by Waynesburg students. Their fingerprints are still visible today. The building, named for past president A. B. Miller, houses classrooms and administrative offices.
Since Miller Hall was built, we've expanded our facilities to include a student center, a number of academic buildings, a performing arts center, a criminal justice house, five underclassmen and five upperclassmen residence halls, an expanded and renovated dining hall and library, a marine biology lab, a state of the art fitness center, administrative facilities, Roberts Chapel and much more. These facilities are situated on seventy one beautiful acres, including adjacent parks.