Penn State Beaver
The 100- acre campus is located in Center Township, just 35 minutes north of downtown Pittsburgh. Established in 1965, the campus currently enrolls more than 800 students and has residential housing for more than 200 students. Beaver provides the first two years of almost all of Penn State's 180 baccalaureate degrees. Beaver offers five bachelor's degrees, all of which can be completed on campus, in Applied Psychology, Business Administration, Communications, Information Sciences and Technology, and Letters, Arts and Sciences. In addition, Beaver provides a master's degree in education, in teaching and curriculum, and also offers four associate degrees in Business Administration, Science, Information Sciences and Technology, and Letters, Arts, and Sciences. To visit the Penn State Beaver Website, click here.
Located in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. This college provides a Christian based education in the liberal arts and sciences. They offer more than 30 majors, three pre-professional programs, five graduate programs, and accelerated adult programs. To visit the Geneva College Website, click here.
Community College of Beaver County (CCBC)
For over 30 years, this college has been providing accessible and affordable higher education and training to the citizens of Beaver County and surrounding areas. This college is a two-year associate-degree granting public institution, and also provides GED programs, as well as non-credit continuing education programs. To visit the Community College of Beaver County Website, click here.
Also, while not located in Beaver County, The Robert Morris University is a 30 minute drive from most parts of Beaver County. Robert Morris is located in Moon Township, Pennsylvania on a 230 acre campus and provides Undergraduate, Master's, and Doctoral programs. To visit the Robert Morris University Website, click here.