An education at Pitt-Greensburg is affordable. We hope you will consider your college education an investment that will increase in value over time. At Pitt-Greensburg, we are committed to helping you find financial solutions that will enable you to enroll, graduate and capitalize on your academic investment. For the fall of 2021, 95% of students received financial aid and the average financial aid package for those new students was $18,453.

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The Pell Plus Program

The Pell Plus Program provides additional funding to any University of Pittsburgh student awarded a Federal Pell Grant.

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Pitt Fund$ Me

Current and incoming students can search our scholarship database for thousands of additional dollars.

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Financial Wellness

We want to make sure you're equipped with the skills and knowledge to take control of your finances. Learn about Financial Wellness »

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Earn up to $28,000 in scholarship dollars. Contribute to your fund through achievement in areas including high school grades, volunteering and activities. Learn more »

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Coalition for College

Using MyCoalition, students can explore colleges and digitally compile personal and school-related achievements as early as ninth grade.

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Pittsburgh Admissions Collaboration

From college selection through graduation, Pittsburgh Public School students are provided with a clear, formal pathway to success. Learn more »

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Pittsburgh Public Scholars

Valedictorians and salutatorians in the Pittsburgh Public School system are guaranteed admission to one of the University of Pittsburgh's five campuses and a four-year scholarship. Learn more »

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Panthers Forward

The Panthers Forward Program - unique to the University of Pittsburgh - leverages the power of our university community to ease the burden of student loan debt.