The campus of W&J College is a beautiful, walkable, and historic campus with modern facilities for research and residence. We have one of the oldest college buildings in the United States, McMillan Hall; built in 1793, the building houses the Office of the President and other administrative offices. Our 65-acre campus is a designated “Tree City” zone, and includes a nearby 57-acre parcel of land, Abernathy Field Station, which serves as an outdoor classroom for hands-on ecological research.
Getting to Campus
Our campus is located just 30 miles south of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is easily accessible by car or bus. Find out what's best for you.
Buildings & Spaces
With more than 55 recreational, residential, and academic buildings, you'll find something to do, somewhere to live, and great facilities for learning, including the Swanson Science Center and recently renovated Clark Family Library.
Presidents take care of business at the Campus Store. In addition to Presidential merchandise, textbooks, campus supplies, and gift cards, the Campus Store provides check cashing, package shipping, postage stamps, and more. Find us inside the Rossin Campus Center.
Olin Fine Arts Center
Home of the Departments of Art, Music, and Communication Arts, the Olin Fine Arts Center is a vital and dynamic location of creativity and expression on campus. Art gallery, performance venue, and frequent host of arts and culture events on campus, Olin attracts internationally known artists and professional musicians, and hosts student performances and art exhibits throughout the year.
Salvitti Family Gymnasium & Eaton Fitness Center
The newly renovated Salvitti Family Gymnasium and Eaton Fitness Center brings state-of-the-art athletic spaces to all students. Overlooking the gymnasium, the fitness center is equipped with treadmills, weight lifting equipment and a variety of other exercise machines. It\'s open seven days a week so you can stay focused, balanced, and on top of your own personal health and fitness game.