At the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford we offer opportunities for camps, conferences or meetings for your group of 5 to 500people. Our on-site lodging and catering service makes your stay convenient and comfortable.
Our Conference Services team will provide you with personal attention and will focus on every aspect of the planning andimplementation of your event. We are your one-stop-shop, from audio-visual to catering and other event logistics.
A few of our happy customers include the Kinzua Fly Fishing School, Penns Woods Jeep Jamboree, The YWCA of Bradford and McKeanCounty Special Olympics.
“We absolutely love using the university. Aside from the ease with having the majority of the work being done for us, I appreciate how professional everyone is. More so, I appreciate how we are made to feel like our event is the most special, even though there are events there daily.”– Mandi Wilton Davis, Executive Director United Way of the Bradford Area, Inc.
The University Room features a customizable space to suit the needs of any event and includes a beautiful stone fireplace with mantle. Banquets, ceremonies, trainings, information fairs, meetings and more can be accommodated in this versatile space. The space is equipped with audio-visual equipment.
The theater features a black box, customizable stage with full hang, set construction room, dressing rooms with showers, state-of-the-art sound and lighting, orchestra pit, green room and adjacent art gallery.
Located in Bradford, Pennsylvania's historic downtown district is the six-story Marilyn Horne Hall, formerly known as the Seneca Building. Built in 1931, it is now home to the Marilyn Horne Museum & Exhibit Center, Café & Gift Shoppe, as well as office and meeting space.
Century lighting, high ceilings, sound system and projection available.
This newly renovated multi-purpose space is customizable to meet the needs of your meeting or event.
For more information and to check availability, please contact Matthew Hileman at (814) 362-7990 or email@example.com.
Marilyn Horne Hall is home to a variety of conference rooms and classrooms, which are great for small groups up to 25 people.
The university has a variety of classrooms and conference rooms available. Most rooms include in-room technology with seating capacities ranging from 10 to 135.
The Dining Room is available for buffet-style banquets or a breakout location for meals. Technology, including sound system and projection system, is available for this space.
All NCAA-regulation facilities:
Nestled in a serene, wooded area, the Harriett B. Wick Chapel, built in 2010, is a non-denominational chapel. A vaulted ceiling, wooden floors and an abundance of windows make our chapel an ideal venue for weddings, induction ceremonies, lectures, and small choral and musical performances.
For more information and to check availability, please contact Kimberly Masone at (814) 362-7592 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All conference housing at Pitt-Bradford is apartment-style. There are two primary options for summer conferences: the Garden Apartments and the Suite Apartments. Your group will have the option to have full-service housekeeping or no-frills.
Full-service: includes bedding, pillow, towels. Daily turnover service provided.No-frills: guests must bring all of their own bedding, pillow and towels.
Garden apartments sleep 6 people, in 3 bedrooms. The apartment includes air conditioning, kitchenette and spacious living area. There are two bathrooms in each apartment.
Most suite apartments sleep 4 people, in 2 bedrooms. The apartment includes air conditioning, kitchenette and living space. A private bath is adjacent to each bedroom.
Metz Culinary Management is the food service provider for the university. Our team will work with you to create a menu that meets the needs of your event. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, receptions, snack and beverage options are available.
Access the 2019 Catering Guide. However, you are not limited to the options listed in the Catering Guide. Please contact a Conference Services Manager for assistance with custom menu planning.
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