The Litchfield Towers comprise the largest residential complex on the Pitt campus. The three towers can accommodate 1,868 men and women in air-conditioned singles and doubles.
The lobby of the three towers houses a variety of offices and facilities including Panther Central, the student mail center, a fitness center, laundry facilities, vending machines, e-mail kiosks, and Common Grounds coffee cart.
The Market Central made-to-order dining facility is located on the lower level, as well as Market To-Go (take-out),and Quick Zonel. A skywalk from the lobby spans Forbes Avenue, providing convenient access to the academic buildings south of Forbes.
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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.