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Application Process

At the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown we want our admissions process to reflect the educational environment and personal dimension of the institution. Admission is competitive, but is not based solely on a minimum test score or grade average. We develop a composite profile of each applicant, considering aptitude, achievement, personal interest, strengths and weaknesses.

Specific application procedures have been established in the following sections for students seeking admission to Pitt-Johnstown.

Freshman Applicants
High school graduates interested in part-time or full-time studies.

Transfer Applicants
Students who have earned at least 12 credits at a college other than Pitt-Johnstown.

Adult Applicants
Students who are 21 years or older and are interested in part-time or full-time studies.

Special services and benefits are available to military veterans to help make a successful transition into the student population. 

Applying for Reinstatement
Students who have been enrolled at Pitt-Johnstown, regardless of term or year, and are considering returning for part-time or full-time studies.

Visiting Applicants
Students who are enrolled at another institution and are interested in taking a limited number of credits at Pitt-Johnstown.

Accelerated High School Applicants
High school students (typically seniors) who are interested in accelerating their education.

International Applicants
Students who are not U.S. citizens or Permanent Resident Aliens.

Option Students
Students who applied to Pittsburgh and were optioned to the Johnstown campus or another regional campus.
Last Reviewed: December 15, 2009