How To Apply
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- Official transcripts of all high school work
- Official scores for either the ACT (American College Test) or SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
- Recommendation letters and personal essays are encouraged, but NOT required. These materials serve as a way to highlight any civic, leadership, athletic, or other skills which may not be apparent from a transcript or score report.
Applying for college is a major step in anyone's life, and the application process outlined below will help you. This is your pathway toward the Real World. Find out more about the application process for an incoming freshman.
Continuing your education at Pitt-Johnstown is a great decision. Earn a Pitt-quality degree among 70 programs of study in our positive learning atmosphere and at our beautiful campus! A transfer student is defined as someone who is or has been enrolled in another institution of higher learning and has completed 12 or more credits at another college. Transfer students to Pitt-Johnstown come from institutions such as community colleges, junior colleges, technical schools, four year colleges, and universities.
Guaranteed Admission Program
Upon graduation, accomplished students of Pitt-Johnstown have the opportunity to be granted admission to the prestigious graduate and professional schools of the University of Pittsburgh. Freshmen attending Pitt-Johnstown may be considered for graduate or professional school guarantees through our Admissions Welcome Center