Directory of Advertisers
Page 24 | Booth # 617
Year founded: 1840
Campus: Nestled within 1,300 beautiful acres of
rolling West Virginia countryside surrounded by trails,
streams, and forests, Bethany College provides the
perfect setting for students to experience an education
with connections at the core.
Student life: Vibrant Greek life, community service
opportunities and more than 30 clubs and organizations.
Number of faculty: 63
Student-to-faculty ratio: 10:1
Sports: NCAA Division III baseball, basketball, cross
country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming
and diving, tennis, track and field, softball, women’s
volleyball and equestrian club.
Enrollment: 551 (533 undergraduate, 18 graduate)
Top academic majors: Psychology and communications.
What sets them apart: Bethany College is the
oldest private college in West Virginia. Its commitment
to intentional learning and global engagement
encourages students to form immediate connections
across campus and around the world. The Bethany
experience focuses on academic excellence in liberal
arts and sciences and prepares students for a life of
CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PA
Page 24 | Booth # 118, 120
Year founded: 1852
Campus: Located in California (pop. about 6,800), a
borough in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, about
35 miles from Pittsburgh.
Student life: More than 100 student clubs and
organizations, plus countless activities, student
leadership opportunities and events on campus.
Number of faculty: N/A
Student-to-faculty ratio: 18:1
Sports: Eighteen varsity teams (eight men, 10
women) in the NCAA Division II Pennsylvania State
Athletic Conference (PSAC).
Enrollment: 6,842 (4,856 undergraduate,
Top academic majors: The university is organized
into four colleges: the College of Education and
Human Services, the College of Liberal Arts, the
Eberly College of Science and Technology (all
undergraduate), and the School of Graduate Studies
What sets them apart: Accredited and affordable,
Cal U provides students with an excellent
educational experience at a tremendous value. Cal
U professors are some of the best in their fields,
committed to academic excellence and intellectual
rigor, and offering real-world experience.
Eighty-seven percent of Cal U’s full-time faculty
members hold the highest degree in their field.
Page 21 | Booth # 803, 805
Year founded: 1929
Campus: 14-acre main campus in Oakland; two
satellite locations in Greensburg and Cranberry.
Student life: Students are active with more than
30 student organizations, athletics, service and
leadership opportunities, and take advantage of the
vibrant dining and entertainment scene just minutes
away from campus.
Number of faculty: 245
Student-to-faculty ratio: 11:1
Sports: NAIA River States Conference; Men’s:
basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, track and field;
Women’s: basketball, cross country, golf, soccer,
softball, tennis, track and field, volleyball.
Enrollment: 2,022 (1,298 undergraduate,
Top academic majors: Nursing, biology, cardiovascular
perfusion, early childhood education,
psychology, social work, art and art therapy, forensic
accounting, criminology, respiratory care.
What sets them apart: Inspired by the Sisters of
Mercy and rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition,
Carlow University offers its students small class
sizes, strong academic programs, individual attention,
and a unique location. Known as career-ready
ethical leaders, 97 percent of alumni are employed
or seeking an advanced degree within six months of
Page 25 | Booth # 819, 821
Year founded: 1869
Campus: Shadyside campus: urban, 39 acres; Eden
Hall campus: peri-urban, 388 acres.
Student life: More than 60 student organizations
help students explore their passions and discover
Number of faculty: 129
Student-to-faculty ratio: 10:1
Sports: 20 varsity sports, 10 for men and 10 for
Enrollment: 2,437 (1,408 undergraduate,
Top academic majors: Business, psychology,
What sets them apart: Reflecting the commitment
of our most famous alumna, environmental
pioneer Rachel Carson ’29, Chatham is routinely
ranked within the top 25 universities in the world for
sustainability as measured by the Association for the
Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
(AASHE)’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment &
Rating System (STARS).
OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY (CCAC)
Page 25 | Booth # 501, 503
Year founded: 1966
Campus: Four campuses and four centers — a mix
of urban and suburban locations.
Student life: More than 60 clubs and organizations,
including four honor societies, intercollegiate and
intramural sports, cultural events and student government
Number of faculty: 235 full-time teaching
Student-to-faculty ratio: 15:1
Sports: National Junior College Athletic Association
and Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference
intercollegiate sports teams include men’s and
women’s basketball, bowling, cross-country and golf,
men’s baseball and women’s softball and volleyball.
In addition, CCAC offers a variety of intramural
sports for both men and women at each campus.
Enrollment: Undergraduate; 26,177 credit,
Top academic majors: Nursing and allied health
programs; STEM programs, including cybersecurity,
data analytics, software development and multimedia
programming, simulation and gaming; business
What sets them apart: For hundreds of thousands
of the region’s residents, CCAC provides an
affordable gateway to a more fulfilled and prosperous
future. From groundbreaking student success
initiatives to top-ranked academic and career-based
programs, CCAC continues to be the college of
choice for nearly one out of every three adults in
THE CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA
Page 10 | Booth # 424
Year founded: 1946
Campus: Overlooking the Hudson River, the CIA’s
residential 170-acre main campus in Hyde Park,
N.Y., is the total package for a food-focused college
life. The CIA also has branch campuses in California’s
Napa Valley and in San Antonio, Texas.
Student life: Each of the CIA campuses is home to
a tight-knit community of students and instructors
from all over the world united by a shared passion for
food and hospitality. Clubs, outdoor adventure and a
thriving food scene are all part of CIA student life.
Number of faculty: More than 150 instructors from
Student-to-faculty ratio: 18:1
Sports: The CIA Steels compete in the Hudson