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Robert Morris University, a private university in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is one of the top 190 institutions of higher education in the United States. Andrew Blass founded the Pittsburgh School of Accountancy in 1921, and it became Robert Morris University in 2002. It’s named after a Founding Father of the United States, Robert Morris. Today, the campus sits on more than 200 acres of land in the suburban setting of Moon Township, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh. Notable alumni include ice hockey player Brianne McLaughlin, Former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of the Congo Robin Renee Sanders, football player Hank Fraley, soccer player Musa Shannon, football player Kevin Colbert, rapper Wale, U.S. Representative Adam Ravenstahl, ice hockey player Nathan Longpre and soccer player Neco Brett. The school’s colors are blue, white and red, its mascot is RoMo and its teams are nicknamed the Colonials. Its sports affiliation is NCAA Division 1 - NEC, and the school has 16 varsity teams. Varsity sports offered include men’s football, basketball, lacrosse, ice hockey, soccer and golf, and women’s cross country, basketball, lacrosse, rowing, softball, indoor and outdoor track and field, soccer and volleyball.
Moon Township is a township along the Ohio River in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States. Moon is a part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area and is located 12 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. The origin of its name is unknown; a few historians suggest it was derived from a crescent-shaped bend in the river. More from Wikipedia...
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Clubs & Extracurriculars:Important, many to choose from
Greek Life:Important, many on campus
Party Scene:Standard, mostly on the weekends