Edinboro University is a public liberal arts university located in Edinboro, Pennsylvania
Edinboro University is one of 14 schools associated with the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. The town is named after Edinburgh in Scotland. Edinboro University is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSACS). It has more than 8,000 enrolled students spread between the 585 acres (237 ha) main campus as well as the Porreco Center in Erie and a temporary campus location at Parkside Commons in Meadville.
Students with exceptionally high academic aptitude scores and excellent high school records are eligible to participate in the University’s Robert C. Weber Honors Program.
Edinboro University has the largest liberal arts undergraduate degree program in Art in the Northeast. It is continually recognized for providing conservatory quality at an affordable cost. The Art Department has approximately 1,000 students in four undergraduate programs (Art History, Applied Media Arts, Fine Arts/Crafts, and Art Education) as well as two graduate programs (Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts). The department encompasses four buildings, and houses two on-campus galleries, the Bates and Bruce Galleries. The undergraduate program allows for specialization in art education, art history, cinema (Animation and Film), graphic design, photography, ceramics, drawing, jewelry/metalsmithing, painting, print making, sculpture, textile design, weaving/fibers, and wood/furniture design.