The University of Pittsburgh is weighing new options on how to deal with its struggling campus in Titusville

06.07.17 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

University officials are considering plans to either eliminate campus residence halls, change offered programs, or close the campus altogether.  
Numbers show enrollment at Pitt-Titusville has dropped 40% over the past decade.  Pitt officials say the declining population in northwestern Pennsylvania and the demand for more two-year college degree programs has led to the decline.

The Titusville campus was founded in 1963 as one of four Pitt regional campuses.