Carlow alumna profiled in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The Pittsburgh community welcomes a new farmers market at Carlow University.
Niche.com has ranked Carlow University’s Oakland campus the fifth safest college campus in Pennsylvania and the safest of all college campuses in western Pennsylvania.
Frank E. Bolden was an influential journalist for the Pittsburgh Courier
Some notable achievements distinguished 2015 as a memorable time at Carlow University.
“The generosity of this award affords me the freedom to continue my focus of the past few years—essays on parenting, literature, and Israeli and Palestinian culture."
Carlow University President Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD, and the Most Reverend David A. Zubik, Bishop of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, announced the Catholic Education Grant at a press conference on Friday, November 20, 2015.
“These young women really learn a lot: they learn about themselves, the majors and professions that interest them; they make connections with professors and employers, and they get to know more about Carlow.”
"It’s been crazy, a real whirlwind, but we’re truly learning something new every day."
“I would imagine that if you interviewed 99 percent of the women who come out of Carlow, you will get the same answer. We were taught to be leaders.”
On Tuesday, March 16, 1965, nearly 30 students from Mount Mercy College joined with hundreds of civil rights demonstrators to march on the capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, in support of voting rights for black citizens. Fifty years later, the marchers remember their experience.
Wesley comes to Carlow with a wealth of expertise in development strategy and execution.
CCAC Associate Degree Grads Can Continue Studies at Carlow in more than 30 Programs
Allyson Lowe Named Inaugural Dean of Carlow’s College of Leadership and Social Change
Once upon a time (in the summer of 2012), Rachel Makary transformed herself into Merida, the red-haired princess protagonist from the Disney and Pixar movie "Brave" and what happened next was bigger than Rachel could have ever imagined.