Life on Campus

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  • We want you to think Pitt-Bradford as your home away from home.

    Living on campus

    We’re a close-knit, welcoming and inclusive campus. Most of our students live on campus. Choose from apartment-style, suite-style or town house apartments, or our newest hall, Livingston Alexander House, for first-year students.

    You’ll have a fully furnished living space with 100+ channels of cable TV, high-speed internet and all the comforts of home.

    Your Resident Advisor, an upper class students who lives in your residence hall, will help you adjust to college life and be your point of contact if you need anything.


    You’ll eat well on our campus. Choose your favorite place to eat or grab a snack:

    • KOA Dining Room: You’ll have lots of homemade meals to choose from
    • Commons Café: Grab a sandwich, some wings or pizza
    • Hanley Library Café: Enjoy Starbucks coffee, a sandwich or a cookie
    • Marilyn Horne Café and Gift Shop: Pick up your Starbucks and your snack


    You won’t be bored with more than 60 clubs and organizations to be a part of. And, if we’re missing one that you’re interested in, start one yourself. It’s easy.


    Volunteering to help someone else will give you a great feeling. You can volunteer at one of several organizations through our Office of Community Engagement.

    Athletics and Recreation

    Play on one of our 14 varsity sports.  Compete on an intramural team or on our esports or ice hockey club sports. Or, take part in one of our many recreational activities.


    Rest assured that you’re safe with our fully trained police officers, 24-7 patrols 365 days per year, security protocols for every campus building.