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The University of Pittsburgh

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The University of Pittsburgh
4200 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260 

The University of Pittsburgh is a state-related research university, founded as the Pittsburgh Academy in 1787. Pitt is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), which comprises 62 preeminent doctorate-granting research institutions in North America.
The following statistics include the Pittsburgh campus as well as Pitt's regional campuses in Bradford, Greensburg, Johnstown, and Titusville.

Undergraduates
24,980

Graduate Students
10,034

Faculty
4,450 full time
813 part time

Student/Faculty Ratio
14:1

School/College
 
Kenneth P. Dietrich
School of Arts and Sciences
Africana Studies
Anthropology
Architectural Studies
Bioethics
Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Children's Literature
Classics
Classics, Philosophy & Ancient Science
Communication
Computer Science
Cultural Studies
East Asian Languages and Literatures
Economics
English
Environmental Studies
Film Studies
French & Italian Languages & Literatures
Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Geology and Planetary Science
German
Hispanic Languages and Literatures
History
History and Philosophy of Science
History of Art & Architecture
Intelligent Systems
Jewish Studies
Linguistics
Mathematics
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Music
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Physics and Astronomy
Political Science
Psychology
Religious Studies
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Sociology
Spanish
Statistics
Studio Arts
Theatre Arts
Urban Studies
Business
Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business
College of Business Administration
Dental Medicine
Education
Administrative and Policy Studies
Health and Physical Activity
Instruction and Learning
Psychology in Education
Swanson School of Engineering
Bioengineering
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering Physics
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
General Studies
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Communication Science and Disorders
Emergency Medicine
Health Information Management
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Physician Assistant Studies
Prosthetics and Orthotics
Rehabilitation Counseling
Rehabilitation Science
Rehabilitation Science and Technology
Sports Medicine and Nutrition
Honors College
Information Sciences
Information Science and Technology
Library and Information Science
Telecommunications
Law
Medicine
Anesthesiology
Biomedical Informatics
Cardiothoracic Surgery
Cell Biology
Clinical Research
Computational and Systems Biology
Critical Care Medicine
Dermatology
Developmental Biology
Emergency Medicine
Family Medicine
Immunology
Institute on Aging
Interdisciplinary Biomedical Graduate Program
Integrative Molecular Biology
Medicine
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Neurobiology
Neurological Surgery
Neurology
OB/GYN and Reproductive Sciences
Ophthalmology
Orthopaedic Surgery
Otolaryngology
Pathology
Pediatrics
Pharmacology and Chemical Biology
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Plastic Surgery
Psychiatry
Radiation Oncology
Radiology
Structural Biology
Surgery
Urology
Nursing
Undergraduate (BSN)
Accelerated 2nd Degree (BSN)
Registered Nurse Options
Nursing Informatics
Clinical Nurse Leader
Nursing Administration
Nurse Anesthesia (MSN)
Nurse Anesthesia (DNP)
Nurse Practitioner
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Research (PhD)
Pharmacy
Public and International Affairs
Public Health
Behavioral & Community Health Sciences
Biostatistics
Environmental and Occupational Health
Epidemiology
Health Policy & Management
Human Genetics
Infectious Diseases and Microbiology
Multidisciplinary MPH Program
Social Work

Academic Year 2013–2014
Pennsylvania Resident
Non-Resident
Tuition (total per year, including both fall and 
spring Terms)
$19,964
$32,686
Fees (total per year, including both fall and spring terms)
 
 
Student Health Fee
$170
$170
Graduate Student Activity Fee
$40
$40
Security and Transportation Fee
$180
$180
Computing/Networking Service Fee
$350
$350
Total
$20,704
$33,426

GRANTS
Aid that does not need repaid
 
FEDERAL PELL GRANT
The federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to degree-seeking undergraduate students.  Pell grant eligibility is determined by the student’s expected family contribution (EFC), the cost of attendance and the student’s enrollment status.
 
PHEAA — PENNSYLVANIA STATE GRANT
This program allows eligible Pennsylvania residents to obtain financial assistance for undergraduate study at any PHEAA-approved institution of higher education. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) serves as the program’s application. Awards are based on financial need. Students must be enrolled at least half-time in a degree seeking undergraduate program.
FEDERAL FSEOG GRANT
A Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) is a grant for undergraduate students with exceptional financial need.
 
FEDERAL TEACH GRANT
The TEACH grant program at the University of Pittsburgh is only available to students enrolled in an approved Graduate program in the School of Education.   A federal TEACH Grant requires certain courses in order to get the grant, and a certain job to keep the grant from turning into a loan. Interested Graduate students should contact their department in the School of Education for more information. Those who wish to apply for the TEACH Grant must complete University of Pittsburgh TEACH Grant Application, forwarding it to the School of Education for verification of eligibility.
 
LOANS
Must be repaid with interest – understand your options & responsibilities
 
FEDERAL DIRECT STAFFORD LOAN
The federal Direct Stafford Student Loan program is the most widely used student loan program for both undergraduate and graduate students interested in borrowing to help meet educational expenses. Borrowing limits, interest rates and terms of repayment are determined and regulated by the US Department of Education. 
 
FEDERAL PERKINS LOAN
The Federal Perkins Loan provide low-interest loans to students with financial need, based on the results of the student’s FAFSA, the cost of attendance and other aid resources. Loans may be limited as funds for lending in these programs come from new federal capital contributions, any institutional matching contribution and collections from prior student borrowers. Some Perkins Loan borrowers who undertake certain public, military, or teaching service employment are eligible to have all or part of their loans canceled.

 

 
NURSING/HEALTH PROFESSIONS LOANS
Nursing Loan and Health Professions Loan for Pharmacy Programs provide low-interest loans to students with financial need, based on the results of the student’s FAFSA, the cost of attendance and other aid resources. Loans may be limited as funds for lending in these programs come from new federal capital contributions, any institutional matching contribution and collections from prior student borrowers.

 
PRIVATE ALTERNATIVE LOANS
Students and their families can borrow additional loan funds to help meet their college costs using Alternative Loan programs. These credit based loan programs are provided by commercial lenders and are not supported by state or federal financial aid funds. Some alternative loans may require interest payments while the student is enrolled in school.
 
FEDERAL PLUS LOANS
The federal Parent PLUS Loan program enables parents with good credit histories to borrow money to pay the education expenses of their children. The student must be a dependent undergraduate student, making satisfactory academic progress and attending school at least half-time.    
 
The federal Graduate PLUS Loan program enables graduate students with good credit histories and a need for funding beyond the Stafford Loan program to borrow money to pay education expenses. Graduate students considering this option must enroll on at least a half-time basis in a degree seeking program, and be making satisfactory academic progress.  
 
FEDERAL WORK STUDY
Federal Work Study awards are made to students based on demonstrated financial need, limited by the level of federal funds available to the University. The federal Work Study program (FWS) provides employment opportunities for students enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh at campus locations and at eligible non-profit agencies and organizations located in the Oakland area. Most employed students work between 10 and 20 hours per week during the school year.

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