Bradford, PA
Tuition (in-state)
$23,286 ($12,890)
Admission Difficulty
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University of Pittsburgh
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Reviews 346 total reviews with an average rating of 3.3

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5 College Sophomore

Campus Strictness: The only thing i can really think of is the 3 day rule. You or your roommate may have a guest but they can only stay over 3 nights in a row....that really puts a damper on things.

5 College Sophomore

Scholarships: They really helped me out, I didn't think I would be able to attend and they were like listen we have a lovely schoalrship for students that live on campus, as long as you have a 2.0 you're all set. BEST DAY OF MY LIFE.

5 College Sophomore

Diversity: Everyone is just so open and loving it's almost unbelievable. No one trash talks anyone else for having different anything, mostly you just get a " Oh that sounds interesting...what's that about" and BOOM new friend.

4 College Sophomore

Guys & Girls: I thought I was going to have lots of trouble making new friends but it was the easiest thing about college.

5 College Sophomore

Majors: Getting into the Pre-Med program is easy, it's sticking to it that's the hard part. My biggest challenge was that I didn't know how to study, I've never had to in high school and it was just a new concept that I'm still learning. There's no abnormal application process everything is simple, best thing is to get in early, review the courses you need to take, MAKE A PLAN and STICK TO IT!!

3 College Sophomore

Majors: I'm not going to lie it is a challenge, but who doesn't love a challenge? I love learning new things and Science is my favorite subject. The curriculum is mostly science based, of course, it's a tough job to keep ahead of yourself. There's a lot of studying involved and you can't take any of it lightly! There's so many opportunities available to you, however you have to keep your grades high and have to learn to be a great multitask-er and planner.

5 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: I love to go out to the Chinese restaurants when i can and I adore Beef Eaters

5 College Sophomore

Greek Life: They do so many cool things, I'm going to join this semester. It's a MUST.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: Some-days the food taste like leftovers but that's to be expected when serving lots of students. The food is great and the staff are even better.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: The facilities are awesome. The student center is the best, I've never been more happy to sit down and actually get help for school work, they are very supportive and don't make you feel small in anyway. Campus activities need to be a bit more....student aged. Some of the things aren't what most students like to do.

3 College Sophomore

Nightlife: There could be more nightly student activities that keep the students from doing anything reckless.

5 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: I feel very safe on campus. We have our own police there that patrol constantly. They are in walking distance and always answer your call.

3 College Junior

Campus Dining: It's not the best but it definitely keeps you fed and allows you not worry about not having anything to eat.

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3 College Junior

Transportation: Transportation is reliable when wanting to get somewhere you need to be such as home, work, or anywhere else.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Sometimes I'm disappointed that I wasn't advised to enter into the certification program, instead of a four year program. However, I enjoy being in academia, so I guess it's been worth it.

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3 College Junior

Diversity: I know that there are LGBT organizations on campus, and I've attended one of their events. Also, it appears to be a diverse campus, ethnically.

4 College Junior

Parking: There is always a parking spot! I never have to worry about finding a spot to park!

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College Junior

Nightlife: I live off campus, and I'm married. So I have no idea what the night life offers.

3 College Junior

Athletics: I'm focused on classes closely to know very much about athletic programs on campus. I can tell from the experience I have had in classes with athletes that they take their academics as seriously as their extra curricular activities.

4 College Junior

Academics: I'm challenged by staff to be the best student I can possibly be. I'm motivated by my peers to be the best qualified applicant in the job market.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There are a few awesome places to get subs and pizza, locally owned as well as chains. Options to purchase sub sandwiches range from Subway to "the grocery Stretcher." The Grocery Stretcher is a locally owned and operated grocery store and deli, that has the quickest service and freshest ingredients. They only prepare cold subs, though. If you are looking for a great hot sub, there are a few good choices right on Main St.

3 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: If I were to describe the relationship between UPB and the town of Bradford, I would say there is a total disconnect. It is as if an invisible line has been drawn between the campus and the town in which it sits; the town and the college are two very separate entities. Two desolate (but scenic) miles stretch between campus and most 'off campus' housing opportunities; however, there is a public bus service that connects students with shopping and dining opportunities. There is such a disconnect, culturally, that most town residents consider UPB a (labor) employment opportunity, rather than an higher education opportunity. Many people living in the town are generationally impoverish, with no desire to further their education, and often lead condescending attitudes about UPB affiliates . Many young Bradfordians have been provided no guidance toward careers and no models for educational success, so the idea of college is rather pointless or abstract to them.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: Check your emails, and stick to the deadlines! The Office of Financial Aid keeps the students posted on deadlines, you just have to be on the look out! Another helpful tip... local scholars do exist! Apply, and then remember to say "THANKS!"

4 College Senior

Athletics: There is always a means of keeping in shape and staying active.

5 College Freshman

Parking: everyone pays the $40 fee and there is definitely enough parking for everyone which is also real close to your dorms.. it is really nice and I love that aspect of this campus


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