Pitt-Bradford has a new transfer agreement with Pennsylvania HighlandsCommunity College to make it easier for those students to complete their
bachelor’s degree at Pitt-Bradford.
Under the agreement, Pitt-Bradford
will accept 60 credits from Penn Highlands, which has five campuses in south
It is easy for Penn Highlands
students to look up the transferability of their credits via an online
database, which they can use in order to maximize the move to one of
Pitt-Bradford’s 37 bachelor degree programs.
“Programs at Penn Highlands and
Pitt-Bradford mesh well together, and this new agreement provides students a
way to plan for their bachelor’s degree at our campus much more easily,” said
Bob Dilks, director of transfer recruitment at Pitt-Bradford. “This agreement coupled with our transfer
scholarships will make Pitt-Bradford a great choice for many Penn Highlands
than 94 percent of Pitt-Bradford students receive financial aid, and unique
transfer scholarships are available for qualified students.
more information about Pitt-Bradford, the transfer process and the details of
the agreement, call the Office of Admissions at 800-872-1787 or go to www.upb.pitt.edu/transfer.aspx.