Here are a few facts about the Fall 2019 entering freshman class and the overall undergraduate student body on the Pittsburgh campus.

Application facts (Fall Term 2019):

Number of freshman applications received 32,000
Number of students offered admission 18,000
Number of students who matriculated 4,150

Application facts by school(Fall Term 2019):

Note: All numbers are within the middle 50% range

Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences 1250-1410
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 620-700
SAT Math 610-720
ACT Composite 27-32
Weighted GPA 3.75–4.34
Swanson School of Engineering
SAT Score 1330-1460
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 650-710
SAT Math 680-770
ACT Composite 31-34
Weighted GPA 4.00-4.47
College of Business Administration
SAT Score 1290-1410
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 630-690
SAT Math 650-720
ACT Composite 29-32
Weighted GPA 3.76-4.31
School of Computing and Information
SAT Score 1330-1470
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 640-710
SAT Math 680-770
ACT Composite 30-34
Weighted GPA 3.79-4.40
School of Nursing
SAT Score 1330-1390
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 640-700
SAT Math 640-700
ACT Composite 29-32
Weighted GPA 4.03-4.43

Freshman enrollment in five freshman-entry schools/colleges (Fall 2019):

Note: These numbers are rounded to give an impression of the size of the average yearly freshmen class

Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences 2,900
Swanson School of Engineering 525
College of Business Administration 325
School of Computing and Information 200
School of Nursing 200

Pittsburgh campus enrollment (Fall Term 2018):

Full-time undergraduate 18,421
Total enrollment, including graduate and professional schools 28,673

Pittsburgh campus students come from 50 states, three territories, the District of Columbia, and 108 countries.

Most recent statistics available at the time of update. For more specific, system-wide enrollment figures, refer to the Office of Institutional Research website.