We kick off the start of the academic year with a bang, literally. The day before classes start, we have a picnic, fill the quad with fun carnival games, and end the evening with an amazing fireworks display.
Annual NYC Trip
The Communication Arts Department sponsors this trip.
See a show, do some shopping, and eat the fine NYC food. Happens around Valentines Day for a romantic weekend.
Annual Amusement Park Trip: Tickets are offered at a discounted ticket price for one last trip before the winter season occurs.
Annual Leadership & Service Awards Ceremony: Recognizes leaders within the campus, especially those who have contributed to clubs and organizations.
Annual Trip to a Pitt Panther Football Game: Discounted student tickets and transportation to one game a year that will take you to and from the game.
Backpack To Briefcase: An annual career development seminar held every Spring term. A variety of workshops including interviewing and resume writing techniques are offered.
Baily's Beads Unveiling: Come enjoy a café atmosphere while students read poetry and prose excerpts from the campus’ literary magazine.
Black History Month & Women's History Month: Celebrate with informational activities and sessions such as “A Walk-Through Time” and the “African Herb Garden”.
Bowling Nights: The campus sponsors many different bowling activities throughout the academic year. Big Brothers/Big Sisters holds “Bowl for Kids,” and there are weekly Pitt-nights where students can bowl at a discounted rate.
Club Night: A night when all the clubs gather to advertise their club or organization. Meet the members of various clubs while learning their purpose on campus.
Commencement: Graduation from college! The seniors go through the ceremony with friends and family there to witness.
Formal: Held annually, it’s a chance to get dressed up and dance the night away!
Founders’ Day: Pitt-Bradford’s very first day of class was on Sept. 3, 1963. Each year, on or around Sept. 3, we gather in the quad for lunch and some fun to celebrate Pitt-Bradford’s rich history and exciting future.
Graduation Central: Is a one stop shop for Seniors to get all their graduation items and information.
Greek Recruitment: Students interested in becoming a member of a Greek organization can attend Recruitment events and learn more about Greek life. Greek Recruitment is followed by New Member Orientation. Freshmen are eligible to participate in Greek Recruitment during their second semester.
Greek Week: A week in which the social fraternities and sororities of campus compete in a series of “Greek Olympics”. Most events are set aside for Greeks only.
Honors Convocation: A time to honor those students who have exceeded academic expectations, also, a chance for student to present their research projects.
Meet The Candidates: Candidates running for officer positions in Student Government Association give speeches to present their abilities and win your votes! Available positions include SGA President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, DEI Coordinator and SAC President.
Midnight Breakfast: Residence Life hosts a monthly free breakfast at midnight for students.
Open Forums: A chance for students to voice their concerns, opinions and questions directly to our President and cabinet members.
Presidential Switch: For one day, the President of the University and the President of Student Government Association switch places to experience a day in each other’s’ lives.
Ski Club: Intramurals, Recreation, and Club Sports will provide a van to Holiday Valley every Thursday night. (weather permitting)
Student Plays in Bromeley Theater: In previous years students have performed plays such as “Hamlet,” “Elephant Man,” and “Closer”.
Superbowl Game Party: The game is aired on a big screen in the Commons where students can get together and watch.