Even though you weren’t accepted at the University of Pittsburgh’s campus in Pittsburgh, you have been accepted at the university’s Bradford campus.
What does that mean? It means you’ll get the best of two of Pitt’s campuses: the campus in Bradford and the campus in Pittsburgh. As a Pitt-Bradford student, you will:
- Have access to all of Pitt’s vast resources
- Be part of a safe, welcoming and close-knit community, where you’ll feel like you belong
- Live and learn on a campus that values all forms of diversity
- Have professors who will know you and support your success
- Have the opportunity to transfer to the Pittsburgh campus to complete your degree
- Choose from more than 40 majors, minors and pre-professional programs where you’ll learn real-world skills that will lead to a job and career
- Earn the prestigious University of Pittsburgh degree, respected all over the globe
- Pay about $6,000 less each year because of our generous financial aid
We call those double-campus benefits the Power of Pitt.
Kameo Chambers, an interdisciplinary arts major from Philadelphia, applied to the Pittsburgh campus but stayed all four years at Pitt-Bradford. Find out why.
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Pitt-Bradford wasn't my first choice, but it became my only choice.Nathan Lawyer '18