Keep in mind ...
In 2018-19 94% of students applying for assistance received some form of financial aid, and more than 65% of new freshmen received a merit scholarship, which they can receive all four years as long as they maintain eligibility. In fact, in 2019-20, the average financial aid award was roughly $19,171 for in-state students and about $24,102 for out-of-state students.
Listed below are the costs for the two-term academic year (Fall and Spring) 2019-20:
|Full-time Students (12 - 18 credits)*||PA Resident||Out-of-State|
|Meals (full plan)||$3,786/yr||$3,786/yr|
|Parking and Transportation Fee||$80/yr||$80/yr|
Additional information regarding room and meal plan pricing
*Undergraduate students registering for more than 18 credits are charged additional tuition beyond the flat fee on a per-credit basis.
|Part-time Students (1 - 11 credits)**||PA Resident||Out-of-State|
|Parking and Transportation Fee||$40/yr||$40/yr|
**Students registered during the Summer Term and/or Summer Sessions will also be billed on a per-credit basis only, regardless of the number of credits taken.
Course Related Lab Fees
Late payment fee: $50/month (maximum of three per term)
Late Graduation Application Fee: $15
Residency And Tuition Rates
Tuition rates for the University of Pittsburgh are based on whether or not the student is a resident of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A higher tuition rate is charged to nonresidents.
Any admitted student may petition for reclassification to resident status by supplying convincing evidence to be reviewed by the Registrar's Office. To be effective for a particular term, petitions must be submitted within the first 30 calendar days of the term (15 calendar days of the session.)
Students who change their residence from Pennsylvania to another state must promptly give written notice to the Registrar's Office and students under 21 years of age must report a change in their parents' or legal guardians' address.
Students who are found eligible for resident tuition rates at the time of initial classification due to an error in classification are subject to retroactive reclassification as nonresidents and are responsible for the payment of all related tuition and fees.