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Pitt-Bradford takes students beyond the classroom by offering valued internships and research opportunities.
Facilities and Resources
The university takes students beyond the degree by providing a robust Career Services Office and an informal alumni network. The University also takes students beyond their expectations by giving them a college experience that will transform them.
Athletics / Sports
Students can go beyond 9 to 5 by participating in a friendly residence life environment and in many athletic, recreational and cultural activities.
Financial Aid / Tuition
Ninety-two percent of our students who apply for financial aid receive some sort of assistance, including loans, grants, scholarships and work-study opportunities. Applicants for need-based financial aid must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the March 1 priority deadline preceding the academic year for which assistance is requested. Merit-based scholarships, awarded at entry, are based on academic achievement.
In reviewing applications, the admissions committee considers three primary factors: the high school record, the results of standardized tests (SAT or ACT) and the high school’s recommendations. In addition, personal qualifications, extracurricular activities and potential to contribute to the college community may be taken into consideration. Pitt-Bradford has a rolling admissions program. Candidates for admission should complete and return the application with a nonrefundable $55 fee. Students must submit an official copy of their high school record and scores from either the SAT 1/ACT. Transfer applicants must submit all official college transcripts and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0.