The University of Pittsburgh offers maximum value. Considering the knowledge, opportunities, experience, and connections you’ll gain, an education at Pitt is time well spent.
Pitt ranks as the top value among all public colleges and universities in Pennsylvania, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. Your final cost will depend on your financial aid package, residency, and program of study. The rates listed below are for undergraduate students. For graduate tuition rates, please visit this site.
Academic Year (Fall/Spring Terms)
|Full-time In-state Tuition||Full-time Out-of-state Tuition|
|Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences||$17,688||$28,828|
|College of Business Administration||$19,758||$32,478|
|Swanson School of Engineering||$18,870||$31,502|
|School of Nursing||$22,270||$36,642|
|School of Dental Medicine (Undergraduate)||$17,186||$28,690|
|School of Education||$17,688||$28,828|
|College of General Studies||$17,688||$28,828|
|School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences||$22,270||$36,642|
|School of Information Sciences||$19,054||$31,144|
|School of Pharmacy||$30,284||$33,908|
|School of Social Work||$17,688||$28,828|
|Computing and Network Services||$350|
|Security, Safety, and Transportation||$180|
Room and Board
|Housing accommodations range from single rooms to quadruple suites, and room charges vary accordingly. The cost of a double room and an average meal plan is listed here.||$11,536|
Student Payment Center
The Student Payment Center is the office you will work with when paying your bill. They provide helpful information on a variety of topics, including:
- Billing – How to read your eBill and the billing cycle.
- Direct Deposit – How to set up and manage your direct deposit.
- 1098T – How to access your 1098T tax form.
- Resigning from Classes (R2T4) – How your bill is affected by withdrawing from school.
- Tuition Eligibility – Guidelines to determine your residency status.
Tuition, fees, and average room and board at time of posting (as of December 22, 2016). Charges are subject to change without notice. We recommend that you plan about $762 per year for a book allowance and about $3,300 for miscellaneous expenses such as clothes, travel, laundry, and spending money.