Located in the culturally diverse Oakland area of Pittsburgh, Carlow University’s urban campus sits on 15 acres, neighboring the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. Facilities have been aesthetically and functionally designed, constructed and/or refurbished to enhance the learning environment and accommodate the needs of its more than 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
The A.J. Palumbo Hall of Science and Technology is home to a STEM lab, science laboratories and classrooms.
Curran Hall houses facilities for clinical studies, including simulation labs.
Built in 1948, the cornerstone Antonian Hall greets you as you enter the campus from Fifth Avenue. It houses the Heyl Theater, art studios, a student lounge, Student Hub, IT Help Desk and Communications Department.
The Mother of Mercy Chapel is located in the convent and offers daily and Sunday Masses. Students, staff and faculty are always welcome.
A variety of dining programs are available to students, faculty and staff, providing on-trend meal options, light fare and packaged goods, meal and beverages.
Dining is available in the University’s centrally located Tiernan Hall, in Frank’s Cafe and Celtic Market, (both in University Commons), Franny’s Cafe (Dougherty Hall) and Celtic Cafe (A.J. Palumbo Hall of Science and Technology).