|Campus Setting:||Town, remote from an urban area|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Bachelor's|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
Pitt-Bradford is a vibrant and exciting place to live, learn, and grow. Ensuring the academic success of our students is our single most important priority. To that end, we offer a comprehensive array of academic programs and services. These undergraduate and graduate academic programs foster skills and habits of mind that lead to rewarding careers, lifelong learning, and fulfilling lives. The high quality of our academic programs is reflected in the success of our alumni, who are known for their leadership, professional accomplishments, and eagerness to contribute to the common good. Degrees earned at Pitt-Bradford are conferred by the University of Pittsburgh, one of the premier universities in the world.
Visitors to Pitt-Bradford notice immediately our beautifully landscaped campus. The university is centered around the natural environment. The Allegheny National Forest and the integrated system of hiking trails and streams provide the perfect backdrop. Accentuating the beauty of our
Bradford is a great town with anything you can ask for. Many people from big cities complain there is nothing to do because they are not used to the small town lifestyle, but compared to where I'm from, this is a city. Anyway, if you sign up for clubs and make some friends there's plenty to keep you busy.Read More
Bradford is a tiny and rather boring town, but having all my friends on campus helps cure the boredom. There are some things to do in town such as a movie theater, ice skating rink, and bowling alley. I came from a large suburban town, so switching to a small town was a little challenging, however I love being on campus now and have made so many new friends that I will have for forever.Read More
I have a lot more friends than in high school. I made some of the best friends anyone could ever have. We find ways among our friends to keep busy, like games,human vs. zombies, movies and just hanging out. I love it up here. It helps that i love the snow too!Read More