Next Steps for Deposited Part-Time Students
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You are required to have an up-to-date vaccination record on file with Health Services, including proper documentation of current immunizations. Upload your vaccinations here.
Essential First Steps
To receive an offer of financial aid, you must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. The FAFSA can be completed any time after October 1st of each year. Please visit studentaid.gov. Pitt-Greensburg recommends that you apply as soon as possible, as Pitt begins financial aid awarding in February.
Please use the University of Pittsburgh code: 008815 to ensure that the University of Pittsburgh receives your FAFSA information.
Your social security number is required to match your student record to your FAFSA.
If you did not include your social security number on your application for admission, please call 724-836-7165 to supply it.
Your Pitt email account will now be the primary and official means by which the university will communicate with you.
We will be using your Pitt email account instead of your personal email address to communicate important information, so please monitor your new email account daily.
You can access your email account and student information at https://my.pitt.edu/. Your username is the same as your Pitt email address, without the "@pitt.edu"
If you do not know your Pitt email address or your password, you can call the 24/7 Technology Help Desk at 412-624-4357.
To receive college credits for AP tests and/or college-level classes taken in high school, an official record of your score(s) or final grade(s) must be sent to Pitt Greensburg. Please send these records as early as possible to ensure that your fall classes are appropriate.
Send AP and/or IB exam scores to:
Classes taken at any Pitt campus, will already be on your Pitt transcript, so you will not need to have those sent to our campus. Make sure your Admissions Counselor is aware of the credits you have earned at any Pitt campus.
Academic advising is an essential component of your education. We are here to provide ongoing guidance and support throughout your college journey.
To ensure that your student account is fully activated, please schedule your academic advising appointment at least one week after you have paid your tuition deposit, and submitted your covid-19 documentation. To schedule your academic advising appointment, please call 724-836-9940.
To help us help you, please be sure to send official college transcripts from each college or university you have attended previously. It is essential that the transcripts arrive at least three business days prior to your advising appointment to allow time for the transfer credit evaluation process.
July To-Do List
At Pitt-Greensburg, students must have a University ID card. The ID card is required to access buildings, check out library items, use your meal plan, use campus facilities, and receive University services. Part-time students will receive an email to their Pitt email account asking them to submit a photo for their ID card by mid-July.
The University requires that we receive a copy of your final official high school transcript. The transcript must include your high school graduation date and your final senior grades and is required for continuing financial aid eligibility, and to be eligible for eventual degree-awarding. Please arrange with your guidance counselor to have that information sent to our campus.
**Failure to submit your final high school transcript prior to the beginning of the fall semester may result in rescinding admission, loss of financial aid, or inability to register for the next term.
The online orientation will be optional for all new part-time students. It consists of a number of information modules, videos, and quizzes. These will help you learn the fundamentals of our campus and prepare you to start at Pitt-Greensburg. You will receive details and instructions about this to your Pitt email around the beginning of July.
August To-Do List
As an enrolled student, you are automatically included in our Bobcat Book Bundle program through the Barnes & Noble campus store. Please watch your Pitt email for more detailed information about this program. During the final week of July, you will start to receive emails from Barnes & Noble about how to reserve your textbooks and access your digital course materials. Campus Store >>
All students are permitted to have a vehicle on campus. Parking permits are required and can be purchased for $75.00 for full-time students or $40.00 for part-time students beginning in mid-August.
To register for a parking pass, you will receive an email when online registration and payment is available for obtaining your parking permit. This will be emailed to your Pitt account in mid-August. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PittNet is a high-speed, multi-service network that provides access to University computing resources, the Internet, and external research networks. All students, faculty, and staff can connect to the wireless network named WIRELESS-PITTNET. You can join our wireless network on a computer, phone, or tablet which is accessible in all campus buildings.
For students wanting to connect their smart TV or gaming console, they will want to connect to PITT-GAMING. More information can be found at pi.tt/gaming.
Students can also access free software on software.pitt.edu, including:
…and much more.
If you have a balance due you may pay your balance in full by the due date, or you can elect to enroll in a PittPAY Payment Plan and pay in installments over time instead. (PittPAY - login to my.pitt.edu and search for "PittPAY.") Our optional Payment Plan is designed to help families spread out the balance due on the student account over a series of regular installments. Depending on the date you enroll in a Payment Plan, you may be eligible for up to six installments for fall or spring terms, or up to 3 installments for the summer term. Payment Plan installments will be automatically deducted on the 5th of each month from the bank account or credit card (service fee is applied for this payment option) you specify when enrolling in the plan. There is a $45 fee to enroll in the payment plan.
For your convenience, weekly Balance Due Notifications are sent by email to students and their Authorized Users when there is a balance due on the student account. Due dates can be viewed on the PittPAY account on the Account Summary and Account Activity tabs or at payments.pitt.edu. Payment must be received by the due dates to avoid a late payment fee.
Payments can be made through PittPAY by either eCheck (electronic check) or credit card.
Students can designate parents, guardians, spouses, or others to access their student account in PittPAY as Authorized Users. Students must initiate the process by logging into PittPAY and selecting “Set up Authorized User” by selecting that menu option in PittPAY and following the instructions. Authorized Users can then log into PittPAY to view the student account details, view and make online payments, enroll in an optional payment plan on the student’s behalf, and generate a statement of account by term. We cannot discuss the student account details with anyone except Authorized Users.
Pay by mail
Log into PittPAY and select the Account Activity tab. Find the box that displays the activity for term you need. Click “Print Term Statement” on the blue bar at the top of the term to generate a PDF statement. Mail your check, together with the Remittance Form at the bottom of the statement to the address below. Include the student ID number on the memo line of your check and mail your payment at least seven days prior to the due date to avoid a late fee.
Mail Payments to:
Drop it off
You may make payment in person at:
*Payment may be made in person by check, money order, cash. Please make all checks payable to the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. Please include the remittance stub with your payment and include your student ID number on your check or money order.
Part-Time students will receive instructions on checking in on campus. In the beginning of August, you will receive an email to your Pitt account with specific days and times.
Classes for the Fall Semester at Pitt-Greensburg will begin on tentatively on Monday, August 28, 2023.