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The history of this university can be traced back to private, state-funded schools that existed between 1812 and 1869. As the country began to assume more and more public education responsibilities, the college was transformed into a Westchester Normal School, which is still private and nationally accredited. On September 25, 1871, this normal school enrolled the first class of 160 students. In 1913, Westchester became the first normal school directly owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
West Chester became West Chester State Teachers College in 1927, when Pennsylvania launched a four-year teacher education program. In 1960, as the Commonwealth paved the way for liberal arts courses in its university system, West Chester was renamed Westchester State College. Two years later, liberal arts courses were introduced, turning the former college into a Comprehensive university.
The campus quadrangle located on the North Campus appears in the National Register of Historic Places and is known as the Quadrangle Historic District of West Chester State University, featuring the historic buildings of WCU. Except for Anderson Hall and the Philips Memorial Building, these buildings are all built with local Chester County serpentine. They include Ruby Jones Hall, Recitation Hall and Old Library.
With the passage of the State Higher Education System Act, Westchester became one of the 14 universities in the Pennsylvania higher education system on July 1, 1983. Together with its new name—University of Westchester, Pennsylvania—the institution received a new governance system and opportunities to expand its degree programs.