3990 Fifth Avenue
- Houses 192 men and women
- Pitt Business Living Learning Community
- Twelve floors
- Four- and six-person suites
- Kitchenette with refrigerator and microwave in each suite
- Private bathrooms
*Bathroom dimensions: 11'8.5" x 5'6"
- Laundry facilities on each floor
- Network connection for each student, including Wireless Internet in all On-Campus accommodations
- Fire safety—alarm and sprinkler system throughout; regularly scheduled fire drills
- 24/7 Security Coverage
- Access to Housekeeping and Maintenance staff 24/7, 365 days a year
- Access to daily delivery of the Post-gazette, USA today and The Pitt News in select Residence Hall common areas accessible to all students
*Dimensions for standard room only—others may vary by room type
Bruce Hall is part of the Schenley Quadrangle. It houses 192 freshmen students in four- and six-person suites. Each suite features a kitchenette with refrigerator and one or more private bathrooms. Laundry facilities are on all floors. The UPS Store and a 7-11 convenience store are on the lowest level of Bruce Hall, accessible from Forbes Avenue.
The Schenley Quadrangle Fitness Center is located in Brackenridge Hall and available to all Schenley Quadrangle residents
The Pitt Business Living Learning Community is located in Bruce Hall along with one sorority suite. A resident director and a program coordinator and nine resident assistants are on staff for the Schenley Quadrangle.
Basic cable television is provided
in each room/suite in every residence hall and each bedroom and/or
living room in every apartment-style accommodation.
Each residence hall room and apartment-style living bedroom is equipped with an Ethernet connection that links you directly to the University network and the Internet.
Coming Soon... (dimensions)
Room Rates** per Semester
** Room rates are subject to change.
The University of Pittsburgh Housing Services offers many more residence hall and apartment choices.
Did You Know?
The Reverend Robert Bruce served from 1822 to 1835 as the first chancellor of the Western University of Pennsylvania, which later became the University of Pittsburgh.