University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown

Weekday Visit

there's nothing like a tour of Pitt-Johnstown's campus

The Pitt-Johnstown Admissions Welcome Center offers campus visits Mondays through Fridays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. These visits consist of an approximately one-hour walking tour of campus led by one of our knowledgeable student tour guides as well as a one-on-one meeting with an Admissions Counselor. You will also be able to spend time with an admissions counselor who can answer your questions.

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Admissions Interviews

Interviews are informal meetings between an Admissions Counselor and a prospective student and family. These meetings are designed as a way for the families to ask questions and gather information about Pitt-Johnstown. 

Typical topics include:

  • Application Process and Timeline
  • Financial Aid and Scholarships
  • Major Selection
  • Campus Activities
  • Campus Environment
  • Classroom Experience

You'll be able to get answers to the questions that are important to you. We also encourage you to take notes to help remember the information.

Guided Campus Tours

Seeing the college first-hand is what the campus visit is all about. You'll benefit from the insight of dedicated student tour guides.

These are current Pitt-Johnstown students who direct prospective students and their families around campus. These students live here, eat here, go to class here, and are very often the best source of campus information.

A typical campus tour will:

  • Usually include 2 or 3 families
  • Be a walking tour of campus
  • Take about one hour to complete
  • Walk through all academic buildings
  • Point out student service offices
  • Take the families inside a freshman residence hall
  • Point out other housing options
  • Provide an informal forum for asking questions

Instant Decisions

Receive an instant decision on your admission to Pitt-Johnstown on the day of your visit! Just bring your high school transcript (including senior year class schedule), a copy of your SAT and/or ACT scores, and complete an application in the office. It’s that simple!