Prospective students and their parents will have the opportunity to visit campus and learn more about what Pitt-Bradford has to offer at admissions open houses Oct. 21 and Nov. 4.
Prospective students and their families will meet faculty and current students, tour campus and learn about student life, admissions and financial aid.
Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. in the Frame-Westerberg Commons, and visitors will be able to meet faculty members and coaches. Representatives from the Housing Office and Seneca Battalion Army ROTC will also be available to answer questions.
Zach Stark, instructor of exercise science, will speak about academics during the Oct. 21 open house, and Dr. Mary Mulcahy, associate professor of biology, will speak about academics during the Nov. 4 event.
Prospective students and their parents will also have an opportunity to hear from and ask questions of a panel of current students.
On Oct. 21, members of the panel will be Sean DeFazio, an engineering and energy science and technology student from Scranton; Donovan Brown, a history-political science and social studies education major from North East; Megan Stinnard, an early-level education major from Boyertown; Matt Torrey, an accounting and business management major from Villanova;
Kristina Rogers, a biology major from Rome, Pa.; Malcolm Hardie, a criminal justice major from Upper Darby; Hannah Jaroszynski, a psychology major from Falconer, N.Y.; Tamia Robinson, a criminal justice and psychology major from Philadelphia; and Taylor Collins, a psychology major from Macedonia, Ohio.
Those who are unable to attend a Saturday open house, can attend a First Friday session on Nov. 3 or Dec. 1. First Friday programs begin at 10 a.m.
More information and registration for all admissions events can be found online at www.upb.pitt.edu/visit or by calling the admissions office at 800-872-1787.