• Scholarships

  • We have a wide range of scholarships to help you with your education. Take a minute to review our list of scholarships. Then, you can make an appointment to meet with a financial aid counselor. 

    Merit Scholarships & New York State Awards

    Panther Scholarship for PA Students
    If you're a new, admitted, full-time freshman or transfer student, you may be eligible for this scholarship. 

    Panther Scholarship for Out-of-State Students
    If you are a new, admitted, full-time freshman or transfer student, you may be eligible for this scholarship. 

    Go Beyond New York State Award
    If you are a new, admitted, full-time freshman or transfer student from several counties in New York state you may be eligible for this award. 

    Panther Scholarship for Pitt-Titusville Students Relocating to Pitt-Bradford
    You may be eligible for this scholarship if you are a Pitt-Titusville student who has earned the associate degree from UPT or have at least 60 academic credits from UPT. 

    Panther Room and Board Scholarship for International Students
    If you are an international student (non-U.S. citizen) and are a new, admitted full-time freshman or transfer student entering in fall of 2019, you may be eligible for this scholarship which will cover all costs associated with our average double-room occupancy and average meal plan.

    Seneca Nation Book Award
    If you are an official member of the Seneca Nation, you may be eligible to receive this award.

    Phi Theta Kappa Award
    If you're a new transfer student and are a member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society members, you may be eligible for this award.

    Donor scholarships

    These privately funded scholarships range from $200 to $3,000 and are awarded to eligible returning students based on specifications pre-determined by the individual donors. Donor scholarships are made possible by the generosity of various individuals, clubs, organizations, industries and foundations.  Review our eligibility requirements.

    Outside scholarships:


    Current students and new incoming students who have committed to Pitt-Bradford  have access to Pitt’s searchable scholarship database, PittFund$Me. Log into and click on the PittFund$Me link to access the tool. Respond to questions in PittFund$Me to discover what you are eligible to apply for and unlock your scholarship matches!  

    We encourage you to explore all the opportunities for financial support from your local community. Funding sources and agencies include:

    • Civic groups 
    • Churches 
    • Charitable foundations 
    • Fraternal organizations 
    • Hospitals Unions Businesses

    The Internet is a great place for free scholarship search services like fastweb and others.

    If you receive a scholarship or grant from a source other than the federal or state government or Pitt-Bradford, you need to report that award to our office. You can do so by sending a written statement providing information about the outside scholarship/grant or by sending us notification you received from the organization that made the award. We are required by the federal government to monitor the total amount of financial aid each student receives from all sources.

    Army ROTC  

    Army ROTC scholarships range from 2-4 years depending on graduation date.

    All scholarship recipients enjoy the same benefits: 

    • 100% payment of tuition or $10,000 for room and board per year
    • A $600 per-semester cadet book allowance
    • A tax-free monthly stipend of up to $500

    To apply for a scholarship you must:

    • Be a U.S. citizen 
    • Be between 17 and 26.
    • Have a high school GPA of at least 2.50 
    • Be a high school graduate or equivalent 
    • Score a minimum of 920 on the SAT (math/verbal) or 19 on the ACT (excluding the required test scores)
    • Meet physical standards 
    • Agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on active duty or in a reserve component (Army Reserve or Army National Guard)

    Your Commitment:

    • Serve full time in the Army for four years and four years with the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) or
    • Choose to serve part time for six years in the Army Reserve or National Guard while pursuing a civilian career.
    • Either option incurs an eight-year service commitment to the Army.

    You can apply for an Army ROTC Scholarship by creating an account and following the application instructions.

    We want to make a college education affordable.