Next, we visited Robert Morris University (RMU). Not only did we learn how hard the staff works to provide the best resources for its students, but we also learned some interesting history about the school (courtesy of the school’s website):
Robert Morris University was founded in 1921 in downtown Pittsburgh as the Pittsburgh School of Accountancy. The school’s founder, educator and accountant Andrew Blass, rented classroom space in the Blackstone Building. In 1935, the school’s president, Richard Khuen III, changed the name of the institution to the Robert Morris School of Business in honor of the founding father popularly known as the financier of the American revolution.
How about that!
We also learned that students can rock to the beat in between classes thanks to this on-campus entertainment hub — RMU Radio!
Thanks again to all who showed us around. Hope to see some RMU students in our residences this summer!