Pitt-Greensburg offers a high-quality education with personalized attention. Expand your mind in a challenging academic environment, discover your leadership potential, and build relationships that last a lifetime. Choose from among 25 bachelor-level, four-year degree programs; 19 minors; and several pre-professional programs.



Learn how to apply for full-time or part-time admission as a freshman.


Review the process and requirements for transfer admission.


Find information about applying as a part-time student.


Information for Veterans applying for VA benefits, the yellow ribbon program, and military call up.

International Students

Learn how to apply to Pitt-Greensburg as an international student.

University Preview

Accelerated high school juniors and seniors can enroll in one course per semester at Pitt-Greensburg.

Transfer Scholarship

Transfer students applying for Fall 2015 are eligible to receive an Academic Merit scholarship.  Students who qualify will be awarded a renewable $2,000 scholarship.  In order to qualify the student must meet the criteria to apply as a full-time transfer student and must have a cumulative GPA of a 3.0 or higher.  There is no separate application, all the student has to do is fill out our application for admission.  Students are encouraged to apply early, as funds are limited.

Information Sessions

Pitt-Greensburg holds regular sessions for prospective students, consisting of an informational meeting with an admissions counselor and a campus tour led by a current Pitt-Greensburg student.
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Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid assists students and their families with the process of applying for and receiving financial aid.

Quick Facts

Pitt-Greensburg Quick Facts provides you with the most accurate, detailed information regarding academic programs, tuition, scholarship, and financial aid data, enrollment statistics, and much more.

The Option Program

Five campuses, one University of Pittsburgh. As Pitt's reputation grows, so does the number of highly qualified students who seek admission. If you received a letter regarding the University's Options Program, we welcome you to explore Pitt-Greensburg as your potential academic home. Learn More>