We are glad that you are interested in continuing your education at Pitt-Johnstown!
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.
Transfer students under the age of 25 will find information below. For students over 25, please visit the Advanced and Continuing Education section.
Pitt-Johnstown's Transfer Requirements
Submitting Your Application for Admission
As a transfer student interested in applying for admission to Pitt-Johnstown, you must submit the following materials:
In addition, you may also include a personal essay or letters of recommendation, though they are not required. We encourage you to submit an essay, as it allows you to highlight leadership, athletic, civic, and other talents that may not be apparent from a simple transcript or score report.
For more information on the transfer process, please contact Stephanie Korber at 814-269-7074 or email@example.com.
How do I relocate to Pitt-Johnstown from another Pitt campus?
Relocating to Pitt-Johnstown from another Pitt campus (Oakland, Greensburg, Bradford, Titusville) is a simple process. You should begin with the Academic Dean's office at the campus you are currently attending. They will be able to tell you the requirements needed to relocate and also provide you with the necessary paperwork. For more information on the relocation process, please contact our Registrar's Office at 814-269-7055.
Will my college credits be accepted by Pitt-Johnstown?
Once you are admitted to Pitt-Johnstown, any college credits already earned will be evaluated by our Registar's Office. A transfer-credit evaluation will be sent to you following your notification of admission. To learn more, please see the Transfer Credit Equivalencies and the Transfer-Credit Process and Guidelines.