Safety and Health

The University of Pittsburgh-Titusville makes every effort to ensure the safety, security and well-being of all students, faculty, and staff on campus.

Police officer with students

Campus Police

The campus maintains a full-time (24-hour/7days a week/365 days a year) police department trained and certified with the authority to enforce the Pennsylvania crimes code.  In addition to routine patrol of campus, they are easily accessible in their office for emergencies or by using one of several yellow emergency phones located around campus.

Health Center

Routine medical needs are provided free through the campus Health Center which is staffed by a full-time registered nurse.  Transportation to local health care facilities is provided when the condition warrants.

Counseling and Student Development Center

Students, as well as staff and faculty, also have the option of meeting confidentially with a qualified, licensed counselor in the Counseling and Student Development Center to address concerns that may affect their well-being.

People Walking

Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention

The University takes seriously any acts of violence, harassment or misconduct and will take appropriate action in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct and University harassment policies to respond to any reported incidents.