Pittsburg State University

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Pittsburg State University
Motto Where People Succeed
Established 1903
Type Public
Endowment $39.9 million[1]
President Steven A. Scott
Academic staff 301[2]
Students 7,400[3]
Undergraduates 6,000
Postgraduates 1,200
Location Pittsburg, KS, USA
Campus Rural, 223 acres (0.90 km2)
Colors Crimson and Gold
Nickname Gorillas
Mascot Gus the Gorilla
Affiliations NCAA DII, MIAA, ASAIHL
Website www.pittstate.edu

Pittsburg State University is a university in the city of Pittsburg, Kansas. It has around 7,100 students, 5,900 who are undergraduates, and 1,200 who are graduate students. Most of the students live near Pittsburg. There are around the same amount of boys as girls. A little more than three fourths of the students are Americans. For every 19 students there is 1 teacher or staff member. It is a member of the Kansas Board of Regents. Pittsburg State has endowments worth around $40,000,000. It also has a newspaper run by students called the Collegio.

Campus[change | change source]

Pittsburg State University has a 223-acre campus.[4] This campus also houses the Kansas Technology Center, which is a state-of-the-art technology program.[5]

Academics[change | change source]

Pittsburg State has the following schools:

  • College of Arts and Science
  • Kelce College of Business
  • College of Education
  • College of Technology

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Coordinates: 37°23′29″N 94°42′13″W / 37.391334°N 94.703629°W / 37.391334; -94.703629