LECOM at Seton Hill is located in Greensburg, PA, southeast of Pittsburgh. Downtown Greensburg is just down the street from the Seton Hill campus, and the city has undergone a cultural renaissance in recent years. The community boasts new restaurants, shops and theaters, including Seton Hill University’s new Performing Arts Center. Nearby, Pittsburgh has been named "America's Most Livable City" for by the Places Rated Almanac. The city has many cultural attractions, events and major league sports teams. It is a short 45-minute drive from Greensburg.
Greensburg is in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, where the spectacular natural scenery is one of the main attractions in any season. Legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright was inspired by the region's beautiful setting as he designed Fallingwater®, The Duncan House and Kentuck Knob - three architectural masterpieces that the public can visit.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the many recreational activities. The Youghiogheny River offers Class I-IV whitewater rafting. You can bike or walk along the Great Allegheny Passage - the longest rail-trail in the east - and the highly ranked Laurel Highlands Hiking trail. Golfers are offered a range of courses from the PGA course Mystic Rock to well-groomed public links for golfers of all skill levels.
With Pennsylvania's highest mountaintop [Mount Davis, 3,213 ft.],local ski resorts offer downhill and cross country skiing to keep visitors active during winter months.