Top 10 reasons you should attend Pitt-Bradford:
1. Professors will work closely with you to help you succeed.
2. Most of your classes will be small, so you’ll get personalized attention.
3. You can choose from nearly 40 majors, including biology, athletic
training, broadcast communications, criminal justice, nursing, education,
psychology, and computer information systems and technology.
4. You’ll have the chance to get a great internship, conduct research or
study in another country. (See our ad to read about the summer internship
Lauren Ball had at the Heinz History Center.)
5. All of our residence halls are apartment style and spacious.
6. You’ll have many athletic, recreational and cultural activities to choose
from. Play basketball, tennis or soccer; explore caves, ride white-water
rapids, or ski; and enjoy a play, concert or lecture.
7. We have more than 60 student clubs and organizations.
8. You’ll fit right in on our campus, where people are friendly, supportive
9. When you graduate, you’ll receive a degree from the University of
Pittsburgh, which is recognized and respected around the world.
10. Your Pitt degree will help you go beyond: 92 percent of our graduates
are employed, in graduate school, or both within six months of graduation.
11. Our campus is even more beautiful than it looks on our virtual tour
at http://tour.pittbradford.org/. That’s 11, but who’s counting? For more
information, visit www.upb.pitt.edu.
UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT BRADFORD
CONTACT INFO: www.upb.pitt.edu, 800-872-1787 APPLICATION DEADLINE: Rolling FRESHMAN ACCEPTANCE RATE: 63%
STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO: 18: 1 ENROLLMENT: 1,500 IN-STATE TUITION: $12,688-$16,254 FEMALE PERCENTAGE:
51% MINORITY PERCENTAGE: 27.3% TOP THREE AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS: 1. Recognized by the Obama administration for
excelling in enrolling and graduating low-income students. 2. A 2016 College of Distinction 3. Recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the best
colleges in the Northeast in 2015
Lauren Ball of Punxsutawney | Public relations major | Intern at the Senator John Heinz History Center
“My professors have given me the confidence to succeed.”
Lauren wrote about western Pennsylvania’s rich history in
blog posts and in articles for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Find out how Pitt-Bradford can help you go beyond.
Visit www.upb.pitt.edu or call 1-800-872-1787.