• Students at entrance

  • Single-occupancy restrooms on campus:

    Pitt-Bradford has accessible and convenient restroom facilities. There are both gender-specific and single-occupancy restroom facilities located throughout the campus. Gender-specific restrooms are located in all buildings on campus. We also have single-occupancy restrooms on campus in:

    • Alexander House, floors 1, 2, 3
    • Blaisdell Hall
    • Facilities Management building
    • Frame-Westerberg Commons
    • Hanley Library
    • Reed-Coit House
    • Marilyn Horne Hall
    • Baseball concession/press box at the Kessel Athletic Complex
    • Softball concession/press box at the Kessel Athletic Complex  
    • Student Laundry #1
    • Student Laundry #2
    • Swarts Hall

    Title IX  The Office of Affirmative Action, Diversity, and Inclusion (OAADI) has overall responsibility for providing leadership, resources, coordination, and oversight for the University's voluntary diversity initiatives as well as ensuring equal opportunity and compliance with related governmental requirements. Given the size, complexity, and collegial nature of the University, OAADI does not do this alone. The campus community contributes to the University's commitment to diversity and inclusion, through the work of faculty, staff and students at all levels of the University.

    Disability Resources and Services   We're committed to providing equal opportunities to academically qualified students with disabilities. We want you to be part of the university experience as much as is possible. DRS shares with you the responsibility to create equal access so you can achieve your academic goals.

    There are several people on campus you can turn to if you need to talk to someone. Here are just a few:

    • Christy Clark, Title IX Liaison and Affirmative Action Officer who handles sexual harassment/discrimination complaints 
    • Dr. Scott Kane, vice president and dean of student affairs
    • Carma Horner, disability resources and services coordinator and chairman of the Diversity Committee
    • Ron Binder, Associate Dean of Students and Pride Alliance Advisor
    • Emilee Yormick, Assistant Director of Res Life &  Housing
    • Edward Buggie, Assistant Director of Res Life & Housing
    • Nick Kelley, Assistant Director of Res Life & Housing
    • Dr. Helma deVries-Jordan, Assistant Professor and Pride Alliance Advisor
    • Dr. Leslie Rhinehart, director of counseling services
    • Liza Greville, part-time counselor
    Religious services on campus

    5:00 PM Saturdays: Christian ecumenical services  are offered most Saturday evenings in the Harriett B. Wick Chapel during the Fall and Spring Terms.  These services are sponsored by the Bradford Area Ministerium, representing churches in the local Bradford area, with Pitt-Bradford providing the space.  The service lasts approximately 30 minutes, and is coordinated by The Reverend Stacey Fussell, Pastor at the Church of the Ascension (Episcopal).  Clergy or lay leaders from Presbyterian, United Methodist, and other Protestant traditions involved in the Ministerium also participate and lead worship on a rotating basis.  Interested students, faculty, staff, and the public are cordially invited to attend any of these services.

    Harriett B. Wick Chapel Hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM to 5 PM, and Saturday and Sunday, 4-8 PM.   The chapel welcomes people of all faiths, or people of no faith, for quiet reflection, meditation, prayer, or just when one needs “a place apart”.  

    If you have questions, please contact Angie Wolfe in the Harriett B. Wick Chapel and Office of Community Engagement.

    Religious services in the community

    TRIO  Our program is designed to provide individualized academic, personal, financial, and career coaching and services to students to assist you in successfully attaining your bachelor’s degree. 

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