Power of Pitt

    • recognized internationally for its prestigious scholarship and research.

    • a degree that is known and respected around the globe, which will help you get a job or gain acceptance to graduate school
    • access to the libraries on all five campuses.

    • expansive study-abroad opportunities.

    • ability to schedule processing time on the university super computer.

    • admission guarantees to many Pitt graduate programs

    • networking opportunities throughout the Pitt Career Network with more than 200,000 alumni.

     

    Benefits of Pitt-Bradford: 

    • small classes taught by faculty (not graduate assistants) who know your name and care about your success.

    • research opportunities with faculty as early as your sophomore year with opportunities to be published or to present at academic conferences.

    • new living, teaching, and learning facilities, featuring apartment-style student residence halls wired for Internet access.

    • opportunities to transfer to the Pittsburgh campus after one to two years of successful coursework on our campus.

    • internship opportunities in every major.

    • many forms of financial aid through grants, loans, work study or scholarships.

    • student leadership opportunities starting in your freshman year.

    • personal career counseling.

    • living and learning in a safe, picturesque, 317-acre campus.