ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY
Robert Morris University, founded in 1921, is a private, four-year institution with an enrollment of approximately 5,000 undergraduate and graduate
students. The University offers 30 undergraduate degree programs and 18 master's and doctoral degree programs. An estimated 22,000 alumni live and
work in Western Pennsylvania. The main campus is located on 230 acres in suburban Moon Township, 17 miles from downtown Pittsburgh and
10 minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport.
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Pittsburgh, known as "The College City" with 28 colleges and universities, beats with activity and excitement. The 250-year-old city boasts business
and cultural opportunities that rival any metropolitan area, yet you'll feel like you're in a small town where the locals are friendly and leafy
neighborhoods abound. The skyline is a breathtaking view of water, bridges, green spaces, glass towers, elaborate steeples and two new professional
sports stadiums - Heinz Field, home to the NFL Super Bowl Champion Steelers, and PNC Park, home to the Pirates and venue of the 2006 Major League
Baseball All-Star Game. The city boasts more than 200 museums and art galleries, including the world-famous Carnegie museums. The Cultural District
overflows with live theatre, music and dance, including the world-famous Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra,the Pittsburgh Public Theater and the
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.
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THE RMU ISLAND SPORTS CENTER
Located just 10 minutes from the University's main campus in Moon Township, the RMU Island Sports Center is a state-of-the-art sports and
recreation complex offering ice skating, mini-golf, an indoor golf driving range, batting cages and more.
>> Visit RMU Island Sports Center online.