Pitt-Bradford has signed a transfer agreement with
Lackawanna College in Scranton to allow Lackawanna students to automatically
enroll in Pitt-Bradford’s bachelor degree programs if they meet certain
Students must have completed their
first two years or 60 credits at Lackawanna before transferring. Lackawanna
courses have been paired with Pitt-Bradford courses that will automatically
transfer without a separate review.
The agreement helps ease the
transition from the private two-year college to a four-year degree from
Pitt-Bradford. “We are pleased to be
working closely with Lackawanna College to create this new bridge making
Pitt-Bradford a great option for bachelor degree bound students to strongly
consider,” said Bob Dilks, Pitt-Bradford’s director of transfer and nontraditional
Lackawanna was founded as Scranton
Business College in 1894 to train administrative and fiscal managers and their
support personnel. Today it is accredited by the Commission of Higher Education
of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and has satellite
centers in New Milford, Hazleton, Hawley and Towanda.
Pitt-Bradford offers 36 bachelor and
five associate degrees as well as 50 minors concentrations and pre-professional
programs on a 317-acre campus. Located
in northwestern Pennsylvania three hours north of Pittsburgh, Pitt-Bradford is
a regional college of the University of Pittsburgh. Popular transfer programs include business
management, criminal justice, psychology and communications, among others.
than 94 percent of students receive financial aid and unique transfer
scholarships are available for qualified students. Last year, The Princeton
Review named it one of the 150 Best Value Colleges in the United States. For
more information on transferring to Pitt-Bradford, contact Bob Dilks, director
of transfer and non-traditional student recruitment, at (814)362-7693 or firstname.lastname@example.org.