Transfer Students

Full-Time Transfer Admission

If you have any questions about transferring to Pitt-Greensburg or the transfer admissions process, please contact Admissions Counselor Julie Sylvania. You can call Julie at 724-836-9904, or e-mail her with your questions.

You can also schedule a campus visit by calling our office at 724-836-9880. We look forward to working with you in the transfer process. 

Transfer candidates for full-time admission must:

  1. Follow the steps listed under full-time or part-time admissions according to what you wish to pursue.

  2. Request an official copy of transcripts from all previously attended post-secondary institutions be sent to the Pitt-Greensburg Admissions Office.

  3. Submit a Transfer Clearance Form to be completed by the Dean of Students from all previously attended post-secondary institution. This completed form should be faxed to 724-836-7471.

  4. Request an official high school transcript, including SAT/ACT scores, be sent to the Pitt-Greensburg Admissions Office.

Are you a WCCC student transferring to Pitt-Greensburg?

Pitt-Greensburg and Westmoreland County Community College (WCCC) have a comprehensive course by course agreement, which allows many WCCC students to complete their coursework and transfer to Pitt-Greensburg to complete a baccalaureate degree. Pitt-Greensburg will waive the application fee for any WCCC transfer student who applies. For more information, be sure to send an e-mail to to learn how you can have your Pitt-Greensburg application fee waived.

Refer a friend

Do you have a friend at another university who is looking to transfer? Do you know someone who is interested in continuing their education? Connect them with Pitt-Greensburg!

Click here to make a referral!   

To say thanks, we’ll give you a Pitt-Greensburg T-shirt when your friend visits!

Requirements for Transfer Admission

Transfer applicants must have a cumulative QPA of at least a 2.25 and must be in good standing at the previous institution in order to be considered for admission. In some cases, high school performance and curriculum are also a consideration when reviewing transfer applicants.

A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred from a four-year institution and 60 credits from a two-year institution. The final 30 credits must be taken at Pitt-Greensburg. At least half of the credits in the major must be completed at Pitt-Greensburg.

Please see the Pitt-Greensburg Bulletin for more specific regulations regarding transfer credits.


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