Residence Life

  •  What's New in Res Life?

    • Pitt Bradford is home to 1,000 residents in the Fall & 900 in the Spring
    • For Returning students if you still need Fall Housing please come to the Housing Office
    • For new students this Fall, check your email for instructions on how to fill out your Housing application
    • The 8th annual Don't Throw It Out campaign begins Thursday and runs through Finals Week for clothing, appliances & food.  Drop off sites are Dorn, Fes, Rice, Reed-Coit, and the two laundries
    • Summer Housing is free if you take 3 hours or more of classes (in class or on line) or an internship. Stop by Housing for more details (hopefully this keeps students on track to graduate on time)
    • 24 hour Quiet Hours begin this Friday to help our residents with final projects and papers.  Please be mindful of your fellow residents
    • Res Halls close Saturday, April 28 @ noon.  If you need to stay past this time send Dr. Binder and email (
    • Our annual Res Life Satisfaction Survey is in your inbox, so please take a few minutes to give us your opinion (we're giving away 5 - $100 Bookstore Gift Cards as an incentive)
    • We're excited about our newest Residence Hall, Livingston Alexander Hall, opening Fall '18 (this is our 5th new Res Hall in 12 years)
    • Thanks to the record 411 (45%) residents who filled out the RA Satisfaction survey at the end of Fall semester.  All categories improved showing that our residents enjoy living on campus
    • Here's a list of What we provide & What not to bring
    • Here's a Technology Tips sheet from CTM for connecting to the Internet
    • Check out our Housing & Meal Rates. We offer high-quality housing with some of the lowest rates in PA
    • Roommate Living Agreement are due the first two weeks of Fall semester for everyone in your apartment.  Your RA will walk you through the process once everyone arrives this Fall
    • If you need to report a violation, please use this Conduct Referral form and give to Dr. Binder
    • Need something repaired? Email Dr. Binder ( or text him at 803-566-9051
    • For the latest updates, like our Facebook page

    Mission: Provide safe, affordable, well-maintained, and inclusive learning environments that develop residents through programs & services

    Vision: Maintain a highly desirable & inclusive residential community which prepares students for life’s challenges and opportunities in an ever changing world

    Resident Advisors

    To help you ease into college life, we employ specially trained students as Resident Advisors. These RAs, who are upper-class students, assist students with their transition to college, welcome back returning students, provide educational programming, and are a "point-of-contact" for any issues. Your RA lives in your section and has all the supplies you will need for your apartment (trash bags, light bulbs, toilet paper, vacuum, etc.).

    For your safety, here are the Alcohol Limits (for those 21 or older) per person:

    • 12 - 12 oz.  beers, or
    • 750 ml of alcohol, or
    • 6 - 12-oz bottles of wine coolers or malt beverages (e.g., Mike’s Hard Lemonade, Smirnoff Ice, etc.); or
    • 750 of wine
    • Empty containers count in the above 

    We also provide:
    • RESNET - the university's computer network including wireless in all halls
    • Residence Hall Linens Program You can purchase linens that fit our (36X80) beds and other supplies.
    • Travel & transportation information to help you get around locally and make your trips home more easy
    • Renter's Insurance
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    Residence Life Staff