We're happy to connect with you in whatever way you're most comfortable.
In-Person Open House
An in-person Open House is a great way to explore our campus in a small group setting. The pandemic has caused us to make some changes to our in-person programs, but our hope is to showcase Pitt-Bradford the best we can during these unprecedented times.
Each of the in-person Open House events are hosted by the Director of Admissions and feature:
- Welcome video from our President
- Presentation from our faculty
- Presentation from the Director of Admissions
- Virtual and self-guided campus tours
- Boxed lunch for your trip home
Each in-person open house event programs begins at 10 a.m. and concludes at approximately 12:30 p.m.
Each student is permitted to have two guests with them (total of three people per family).
No exceptions will be made for additional visitors or walk-ins due to our Covid-19 restrictions.
Strict Covid-19 protocols will be adhered to with no more than 25 people allowed in any one space at a time and unique tables socially distanced for each visiting family. Your safety is our priority. Pitt-Bradford will be in holiday recess, no students will be on-campus and building access will be limited.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the guidance from the Governor of Pennsylvania that took effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, November 20, 2020, our In-Person Open House events are restricted to Pennsylvania (PA) residents only. The only exceptions will be in cases where non-PA residents can produce documentation of COVID-19 testing with negative results, and having had said test completed no more than 72 hours prior to the visit to campus.
Personal Telephone Interview & Virtual Visit
These 30 minute phone calls are your chance to talk about the important questions you may have about Pitt-Bradford and to learn more about what makes our campus so special. Register for a day and time and one of our counselors will call the phone number provided during your registration on the day and time you schedule.
These 30 minute phone calls are your chance to talk about the important questions you may have about Pitt-Bradford, the transfer process and to learn more about what makes our campus so special. Register for a day and time and one of our transfer counselors will call the phone number provided during your registration.