Pitt-Bradford has been awarded $2 million in state funding to support development of new engineering and technology facilities.
“This grant will be critical to us in developing the facilities which will make it possible for us to offer new academic programs and expand existing ones. This is an investment that will provide benefits for many years to multiple generations of Pitt students, as well as to the companies in the region who will hire our graduates,” said Pitt-Bradford Interim President Lawrence Feick.
The campus plans to develop a building to house classrooms, engineering and computer labs and shops and other specialized spaces to support new programs to meet local education and workforce needs.
An architectural firm has been hired to study whether to construct a new building or to acquire and renovate an existing building to accommodate the new programs.