Newly admitted students and families can learn more about the financial aid process by watching the Admitted Student Day Office of Financial Aid presentation.
Financial Aid: Family by Family
Pitt-Greensburg awarded the following financial aid packages by family income for the class entering fall 2020.
|Family Income Range||Count||Average Award|
Note: Family income is the total family income reported on the FAFSA. For dependent students, this is the student’s income plus the parent’s income. For independent students, this is only the student’s income. Above calculations include counts of first-time freshmen for fall 2020. Award averages include institutional scholarships and grants (including tuition remission), federal and state loans and grant programs, and work study awards. They do not include parent PLUS or alternative loans.
- Net Price Calculator
- New Student Financial Aid Checklist
- Glossary of Terms
- Instructions to View, Accept, Decline Aid in PeopleSoft
- Instructions to Complete Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling