Information For Parents

Parent Information

As a parent of a current or prospective P.I.T. student, you may have questions about your child’s education and preparation for a future career. We’re here to provide the answers you need, and to tell you more about our professionally oriented education and the many opportunities and advantages it brings.

Affordable and Transfer Ready

At P.I.T., we are committed to making our education not only exceptional, but affordable. To that end, we offer a low tuition as well as generous financial aid options. If your student decides to continue his or her education, P.I.T. makes the transfer process simple, and helps your student maximize every credit earned.







Paying for College

There are many options to help students afford their education, such as scholarships, grants, and loans. Our Financial Aid Office will work closely with you, to understand your particular financial situation and to craft the best possible financial aid package for your student.

Faculty Spotlight

Rachelle Chaykin

Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs

Rachelle Chaykin is the Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, and the Program Manager for English and Humanities. Ms. Chaykin graduated from the University of Delaware with a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Operations Management. She then pursued her M.A. in English Literature at Rutgers University in New Jersey.

In addition to working Educational Management, Rachelle has been teaching for almost twenty years, and it is still the favorite part of her job. She has incorporated many instructional research techniques into her classroom, including integrating multiple intelligence concepts and writing across the curriculum assessments.

Ms. Chaykin is a pop-culture virtuoso, a voracious reader, and a devotee of all scary movies. Her first novel, Her Mother’s Lover, was published in 2013 with her co-author. She is currently working on the sequel.

Student Success Story

Kyle Wilson

Success Story

Kyle Wilson has earned his associate degree in Computer Science and the distinction of Outstanding Student in English and Humanities. Rachelle Chaykin, Program Manager for the department, remarks that depending upon who you talk with,…