Your Federal Student Aid Shopping Sheet
This Shopping Sheet allows you to see the estimated cost of attending the University of Pittsburgh, your financial aid package, the net cost of your education, work, and loan options as well as other important financial aid information.
To access your Federal Student Aid Shopping Sheet information, log into your my.pitt.edu account with your established username and password. Follow these steps to access your information:
- Go to Access the Student Information System (PeopleSoft)> Self Service> Campus Finances> View Financial Aid
- Choose your appropriate aid year (ex. 2021) to access your financial aid awards on the "Award Summary" page.
- Click on the "Financial Aid Budget" link located on the "Award Summary" page to access the estimated costs associated with your program..
The "Award Summary" contains the most current information that you have provided to the University of Pittsburgh through your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If you have not yet filled out your FAFSA, your information may be incomplete. You can complete your FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
- The College Scorecard is a planning tool and resource to assist prospective students and their families as they evaluate options in selecting a school.
The GI Bill® Comparison Tool is an additional planning tool that provides financial information specific to VA educational entitlement.
- The College Navigator is a consumer tool that provides school information to include tuition and fees, estimated expenses, retention and graduation rates, use of financial aid, student loan default rates, and features a cost calculator and school comparison tool.
- The Financial Aid Comparison Shopper/Paying for College worksheet from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a cost comparison worksheet tool. You can enter the name of three schools and receive detailed financial information for each one.
Financial Aid Advisors
The University of Pittsburgh provides you with access to a financial aid advisor who can assist you with questions regarding your financial aid package.To schedule an appointment with your financial aid advisor, please contact:
- Pittsburgh Campus: Tom Damski, email@example.com, 412-648-4832
Bradford/Titusville Campus: Melissa Ibanez, firstname.lastname@example.org, 814-362-7550
Greensburg Campus: Brian Beighley, email@example.com, 724-836-7167
Johnstown Campus: UPJ Financial Aid office, firstname.lastname@example.org, 814-269-7045
Federal Tuition Assistance
Federal Tuition Assistance (FTA) is a separate benefit from other GI Bill benefits that you may be eligible to receive. Please e-mail email@example.com if you plan to use FTA during your time at the University.
FTA rules and regulations are specific to your branch of service and more information can be found by visiting www.veterans.pitt.edu/benefits/tuition-assistance.
If you want, or expect, to receive transfer credit due to your military service or training you must request a copy of your Joint Services Transcript be sent to the University. When applying to the University of Pittsburgh, all applicants are required to submit transcripts from all institutions of higher learning attended where college credits were earned. Please contact the Office of Veterans Services at (412) 624-3213 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
You can find information on transferring credits from your previous education by viewing the information below for each of the University of Pittsburgh campuses:
University of Pittsburgh Costs
For an overview of the costs of attending the University of Pittsburgh, please visit the University of Pittsburgh tuition & fees landing page. Costs for programs at all regional campuses can be found at the bottom of the page.
Education plans for the each University of Pittsburgh school can be found below:
- Pittsburgh Campus - Degree Finder
- Bradford Campus - Majors and Minors
- Greensburg Campus - Academic Programs
- Johnstown Campus - Majors and Programs
- Titusville Campus - Academics
Priority Course Scheduling
Information on Priority Course scheduling can be found in the Benefits Section of the OVS web site here.
Veteran Eligibility for In-State Tuition
Military and veteran-affiliated students my qualify for in-state tuition rates as described on the University of Pittsburgh’s PA Tuition Rate Eligibility page.
Compulsory Military Service
We will do whatever is required to enable students called up to active military duty to transition out of the University as expeditiously as possible. If you are called up to active duty, you'll need to provide a copy of your deployment order to the Office of Veterans Services.
In addition, we will arrange for you to drop the term’s registration so you will owe no tuition for the term and receive no grades. In rare cases, there will be exceptions made, depending on personal and/or financial reasons. Before making any final decisions, we will be happy to talk and work with you to help you make the best decision based on your situation. Additionally, if it is in your best interest to receive grades, you may receive an "M" grade consistent with Pennsylvania Act 59 of 2014. Information on Act 59 can be found on the Pennsylvania state legislature web site here.
- Pittsburgh Campus - Office of Student Appeals
- 412-624-7668 - https://payments.pitt.edu/tuition-adjustments/
- Bradford Campus - UPB Certifying VA Official
- Hangar Building - UPBaid@pitt.edu
- Greensburg Campus - UPG School Certifying Official
- 120 Millstein Library - UPGVeterans@pitt.edu
- Titusville Campus - UPT Certifying VA Official
- Bennett Davis Hall - UPTAid@pitt.edu
Counselors for Veteran/Military-Affiliated Students
Contact us here so that we may help you with any question you might have.