**Due to COVID-19 emergency, the Enrollment Services Office has transitioned to a remote work arrangement for all staff until further notice. **
Transcripts orders are placed online. See below for the link to online orders. Electronic Transcripts are being processed regularly and are the recommended transcript type during this time. Paper transcripts will be processed within five business days; however, there may be delays in delivery due to mail pickup. ***
Payments should be mailed or made online by credit card or echeck in PittPAY. You may also drop off mail for our office at the Campus Mail Center located in the Commons. Just be sure it is in a sealed envelope and addressed to “Enrollment Services.”
Withdraw forms and all other forms a student may need have been converted for electronic processing through DocuSign. Scroll to the bottom of this page for links to these forms.
For assistance with any requests or issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 814-362-7602.
Our office provides academic records, information regarding student accounts and class enrollment, certifies enrollment and Act 48, and is home to institutional research.
Fall and spring terms: 8:30 am - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday EST/DST
You are now able to order and receive transcripts by electronic PDF. However, please be aware that some institutions and employers may not accept electronic transcripts. You may also place an online order to have your transcript mailed. There is a fee for this service.
If need to order an official transcript go here.
We will still offer over-the-counter services to students, which include:
- Official Transcripts that are signed and sealed
- Enrollment Verification
- Unofficial Transcripts on white paper with no seal for currently enrolled students with a valid student ID card
There is no fee for transcripts and verification of enrollment forms printed at the counter in the Office of Enrollment Services. This free service is for "issued to student" copies only.
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The University of Pittsburgh is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Higher Education. Individual school or program accreditation may be verified by contacting the Dean's Office of the academic center identified on the student's record.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records.
(1) The right to inspect and review the student's educational records within 45 days of the day The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford receives a request for access. Students should submit to the Registrar written requests that identify the record(s) they wish to inspect. The Registrar will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the Registrar's Office, the Registrar shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed. Educational records are defined as those records related to a student and maintained by the institution or a party acting for the institution. The term "educational records" does not include the following:
Records of instructional, supervisory, administrative, and certain educational personnel which are in the sole possession of the maker thereof, and are not accessible or revealed to any other individual except a substitute who performs on a temporary basis the duties of the individual who made the records.
Records maintained by a law enforcement unit of the college that were created by that law enforcement unit for the purpose of law enforcement.
Records relating to individuals who are employed by the college, which are made and maintained in the normal course of business, relate exclusively to individuals in their capacity as employees, and are not available for use for any other purpose.
Records relating to a student which are
(a) created or maintained by a physician, psychiatrist, or other recognized professional or paraprofessional, acting in his or her professional capacity or assisting in a paraprofessional capacity;
(b) used solely in connection with the provision of treatment to the student; and not disclosed to anyone other than individuals providing such treatment, so long as the records can be personally reviewed by a physician or other appropriate professional of the student's choice. "Treatment" in this context does not include remedial educational activities or activities which are part of the program of instruction at the college.
Records of the college which contain only information relating to a person after that person is no longer a student at the institution.
(2) The right to request the amendment of the student's educational records that the student believes are inaccurate or misleading. Students may ask The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate or misleading. They should write The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford official responsible for the record, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, it will notify the student of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the student when he or she is notified of the right to a hearing.
(3) The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student's educational records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception which permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford in an administrative, supervisory, academic or research, or support staff position (including law enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a person or company with whom The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the Board of Trustees; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an educational record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility.
(4) The right to request that The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford not release directory information including student's name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, dates of attendance, degrees, and honors. Requests to withhold directory information should be made in writing to the Registrar within two weeks of the beginning of the semester.
(5) The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA are:
Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW., Washington, DC, 20202-4605
Tuition rates are based on whether or not you are a permanent resident of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A higher tuition rate is charged to non-residents. If you have lived in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for 12 consecutive months immediately prior to enrollment at any college or university in the state, you may be eligible for reduced tuition rates. To qualify, you must also be a citizen of the United States or have a U. S. immigrant/permanent resident visa. If you are under 21 years of age, you are presumed to have the same domicile as your parents.
Individuals who meet at least one of the following qualifications are eligible for Pennsylvania resident status for tuition billing purposes under Commonwealth of Pennsylvania PL 1226, No. 287, as amended (the “Act”).
- Any Veteran, his/her spouse, dependent children or any other individual who is eligible to receive benefits under any of the following:
- Chapter 1606 Montgomery GI Bill® Selected Reserve
- Chapter 1607 Reserve Educational Assistance Program
- Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill® Active Duty
- Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment
- Chapter 33 Post-9/11 GI Bill®
In addition, a child, a spouse, or a surviving spouse who is eligible to receive benefits under Chapter 35 (relating to survivors’ and dependents’ educational assistance) qualifies for the resident tuition rate.
For purposes of the Act, a “Veteran” is any individual who served in the United States Armed Forces, including a reserve component or National Guard, and who was discharged or released from service under conditions other than dishonorable.
If you meet any of the above-listed requirements, please provide a copy of the Service Member’s DD214 and your Certificate of Eligibility from the VA.
- Military personnel who are assigned to an active duty station in Pennsylvania and who reside in Pennsylvania, and their spouses and dependent children. If you meet this requirement, please provide a copy of the active duty member’s orders and a copy of the first page of the most recent IRS Form 1040/1040A displaying the name of the spouse or dependent child, if applicable.
- Civilian personnel employed at a US Department of Defense facility who are transferred to Pennsylvania by the US Department of Defense and who reside in Pennsylvania, and their spouses and dependent children. If you meet this requirement, please provide a letter from the US Department of Defense that documents the transfer to Pennsylvania specifying the name of the person employed, the applicable US Department of Defense facility in Pennsylvania, and the start date, along with a copy of the first page of the most recent IRS Form 1040/1040A displaying the name of the spouse or dependent child, if applicable.
Under Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes Title 51 (Military Affairs), Chapter 32
- Service members of the Pennsylvania National Guard who are receiving the Education Assistance Program (EAP) grant qualify for the resident tuition rate.
If you meet this requirement, you will be reclassified to a Pennsylvania resident once you are an enrolled student and the financial aid office has been notified by the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency that you have been awarded the EAP grant.
If you do not meet the requirements above but feel you qualify for Pennsylvania tuition rates for other reasons, there is an appeal process. The detailed Tuition Eligibility Guidelines, instructions for appealing, and the appeal forms are available at https://payments.pitt.edu/pa-tuition-rate-eligibility/ or by contacting the Enrollment Services Office to request an application for residency appeal at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.
Did you change your name recently? Please notify us so that we can update your name change on the university computer system. Any name change requires documentation, such as a copy of social security card or court order. You can request a name change by completing the Change form, print the completed form, sign it, attach a copy of the pertinent documentation and return it to the Enrollment Services office. Fees may be assessed in cases where historical records are affected.
ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER CHANGES
If your mailing address, permanent address or telephone number changes, it is important that you notify us immediately. Failure to change an address may result in you not receiving University mailings. You can update your address and telephone number by completing the Change form, print the completed form, sign it, and return it to the Enrollment Services office.
You may pay your balance due in full by your due date, or you can elect to enroll in a PittPAY Payment Plan and pay in installments over time instead. Our optional Payment Plan is designed to help families spread out the balance due on the student account over a series of regular installments.
Depending on the date you enroll in a Payment Plan, you may be eligible for up to six installments for fall or spring terms, or up to 3 installments for summer term. Payment Plan installments will be automatically deducted on the 5th of each month from the bank account or credit card you specify when enrolling in the plan.
- All students who owe more than $300 per term qualify.
- Authorized Users can enroll in a payment plan on behalf of their student.
- Students and Authorized Users must be willing to allow automatic withdrawals from a personal U.S. checking account or scheduled charges to debit or credit card.
- The student account must be in good standing. If the student has past due balances, he or she must contact University Collections to find out about alternative payment arrangements.
Payment Plan Ownership
Students or one of the student's Authorized Users can enroll in a Payment Plan in PittPAY. If the student enrolls, the student is owner of the plan; if an Authorized User enrolls, that individual is the owner of the plan. This is important because only the owner of the plan can change the payment method. Both the student and ALL of the student’s Authorized Users will receive Payment Plan notifications by email.
Cost to Participate
There is a $45 non-refundable sign-up fee for the Fall, Spring, and Summer plans. The sign-up fee is deducted from your bank account or charged to your debit or credit card as soon as you complete the enrollment process in PittPAY.
Enrollment Process Overview
To enroll in a payment plan, log into PittPAY above and select the Payments > Payment Plans tab. You will see the payment plan options available to you. The earlier you enroll in a plan, the more installments you can have, so be sure to note the expiration date on each offer. Your installment schedule will update dynamically as you follow the prompts and enter your information in the Budget Worksheet. Once you decide to activate a plan, you will receive an email from PittPAY confirming your enrollment. Login to PittPAY any time to see the status of your plan.
Students can have only one active payment plan at a time during an academic term. Even if a student has more than one Authorized User, they may only have one payment plan for a payment plan period. For example, two Authorized Users cannot both have a fall term Payment Plan for the same student.
Paying with eCheck, Credit or Debit Card
You can select "eCheck" as your payment method to avoid paying the non-refundable 2.75% service charge associated with each transaction paid by debit or credit card. If you choose to make your monthly installments by credit or debit card, you will be charged a non-refundable 2.75% convenience fee for each transaction.
Payment Plan Rebalancing
Since you can enroll in a Fall Payment Plan before the University has determined tuition, fees, or room and meal plan rates for a new academic year (this typically does not occur until mid-July) and before you have registered for classes for any term, you may need to estimate your Payment Plan Balance in the early months. Later, once tuition and fees are actually posted to your student account, the Payment Plan will switch from the "Estimated" phase to the "Actual" phase and we will periodically rebalance your Payment Plan to match the student account balance.
For example, if the charges on your student account decrease because you dropped some classes, the Payment Plan balance will also decrease during the monthly rebalancing process. Automatic rebalancing makes sure your student account balance will be paid in full by the end of the Payment Plan period.
You will receive multiple notifications before any installment is processed to give you an opportunity to make sure sufficient funds are available to process each upcoming installment. Once your payment plan is in the Actual Phase, if an installment fails for any reason, the Payment Plan will be automatically terminated. This might occur if a credit card transaction is declined, an eCheck is returned for insufficient funds, or your bank account is closed. You will also be charged a $25 non-refundable fee for each failed payment plan installment. If you wish to enroll in a new plan after this occurs, you may be charged another non-refundable sign-up fee.
Amounts received in excess of your charges will be refunded to you automatically, unless restrictions require that excess amounts be returned to the source. Refunds cannot be mailed until funds are received and credited to your account. Federal regulations prohibit the University from applying loans, grants, or scholarships to the student accounts until 10 days before the first day of any academic term. Fall term refunding follows that schedule, and starts immediately after aid begins applying to student accounts. Financial Aid for Spring term begins to disburse on January 1, and refunding begins on January 2.
Refunding is an automatic process each weekday, but it is suspended during the first two weeks of fall and spring terms during the add/drop period. After confirming that they have a credit balance on their student account, students can still request their refunds when the automated process has been suspended by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and including their seven digit student ID number in the email. Please note, refunds are not issued on anticipated credit balances – only actual balances that result after anticipated aid is disbursed to apply to the account.
When you sign up for eRefunds in PittPAY, you designate the personal U.S. checking or savings account where you want your student refunds to go. With eRefunds, your money will be available in your bank account within 2-3 business days, and address changes won’t delay your refund. This is especially important if you live on campus or away from home.
- Login to PittPAY above and click “Select eRefund preference” from the Account Summary tab.
- Enter the routing and account number of the checking or savings account where you want your refunds to go.
If you do not sign up for eRefunds the credit balances on your student account will be sent by paper check and mailed to your home address. This may not be where you currently reside or intend to reside in the future, so eRefunds is the best way to be sure you receive your money quickly, directly in your bank account, regardless of address changes
If you have never attended the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, or if you wish to be readmitted, you must be accepted and admitted through the Office of Admissions, 814-362-7555 before you can register for classes. After you are admitted, you will be assigned an advisor who will assist you in planning a program of study. You must be officially registered for all classes you attend. Your advisor must remove your Advising Hold once you have met with them to go over your course selections.
Registration And Add/Drop Form Processing
Students are assigned an Enrollment Appointment (date and time they may begin registering for classes). This Appointment is determined by the number of credits a student has earned.
Students may find their Enrollment Appointment on their Student Services Center in PeopleSoft. Students may self-enroll in classes through their Student Services Center once they have met with their advisor, their Advising Hold is lifted and the day and time of their Enrollment Appointment has been reached. Students also must have taken care of any other holds they may have that would prevent registration.
If a student needs assistance registering in courses, they must complete an Enrollment Form listing the classes they need to add and it must be signed by their advisor. The completed form may be brought to Enrollment Services in the Hangar Building to be processed.
Students may add or drop classes through self-service in their Student Services Center up through the last day to add or drop. This deadline is published in each semester’s schedule of classes.
Beginning in the spring of 2018, students will have an extended drop period. Under special circumstances, an undergraduate may be eligible to drop a course in the third week of fall or spring term. Students must meet all of the following criteria to drop a course during this time:
- Undergraduate course
- Fall or spring semester
- Student must remain in full-time status after dropping the course
- Student’s advisor must provide permission to drop through an Enrollment Form and this will be processed only by the Registrar (Hangar Building) or Director of Academic Advising (Hanley Library)
To withdraw from a class after the official end of the add/drop period while still enrolled in other classes, you must process a Withdrawal Request Form through the Enrollment Services Office. If approved, the grade "W" will be recorded on your grade report and transcript for that course. "W" grades do not count toward a student's degree, quality point average, and academic progress for purposes of financial aid eligibility. There is no tuition adjustment associated with a course withdrawal. If you wish to drop all of your courses after the end of the add/drop period, you must resign from the term.
Full-Time vs. Part-Time
If you are an undergraduate student registered for 12 to 18 credits in the fall and spring terms you are regarded as a full-time student. You are assessed the current "flat" tuition rate for your school. If you are an undergraduate student registered for 11.5 or fewer credits, you are considered part-time, and you are billed on a per-credit basis.
Undergraduate students are not permitted to register for more than 18 credits, without the permission of the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.
Undergraduate students who register for more than 18 credits will be billed on a per-credit basis for each additional credit that exceeds their full "flat" tuition rate.
You are billed on a per-credit basis in the summer term.
Once per term, a Class Roster is mailed to each of your instructors. If the instructor does not read the names listed on the roster to the class, check with him or her to make sure that your name appears on the roster. If you are attending a class but your name does not appear on the roster, you should come to the Enrollment Services Office immediately. You must be enrolled in a class in order to earn credit for the class.
Please note, that a class for which you are “waitlisted” does not guarantee you an enrollment. A seat must open up and you must then be moved into the class in order to be registered in the class.
Termination of Registration - Dropping All Classes
Full time students must resign by notifying the Office of Student Affairs. Part time students must resign by notifying the Enrollment Services Office. Your charges may be prorated depending on the date of resignation. You may resign in person, by telephone, or by email. The effective date of your resignation will normally be the date you notify the University.
Title IV Refund Policy
Adjustments to tuition charges resulting from official resignations are based on the effective date of resignation and in accordance with the federally mandated calculation.
The calculation is based on the period of enrollment completed. That percentage is computed by dividing the total number of calendar days in the term into the number of calendar days completed, as of the date of student notification. The percentage of Title IV assistance to which the student is entitled (has "earned") is equal to this percentage of the term completed, up to 60%. If the resignation occurs after 60% of the term is completed, the percentage is equal to 100%. The amount of Title IV aid which must be returned is based on the percentage of "unearned" aid. That percentage is computed by subtracting earned aid from 100%. The University is required to return the lesser of 1) the unearned aid percentage applied to institutional charges or 2) the unearned aid percentage applied to the total Title IV aid received. The student is required to return the difference between the amount of unearned aid and the amount returned by the University. If the student (or parents in the case of PLUS loans) is required to return a portion or all of their loan proceeds, the calculated amount is to be repaid according to the loan's terms. Funds are returned to the following Title IV sources in order of priority: 1. Unsubsidized Federal Family Education Loans (FFEL) 2. Subsidized Federal Family Education Loans (FFEL) 3. Federal Perkins Loans 4. FFEL PLUS loans 5. Federal Pell Grants 6. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) program 7. Other Title IV assistance for which a return of funds is required 8. Other federal, state, private, or institutional financial assistance
You may apply to relocate to the Pittsburgh campus (or any regional campus) during the term in which, upon completion, you will meet the requirements listed below. The application form is available in the Enrollment Services Office (Hangar Building). Your application and file will be forwarded to the appropriate office in Pittsburgh (or at the regional campus to which you are applying). You will be contacted by the appropriate office at the campus to which you have applied within three to six weeks concerning your acceptance. During this time, it is highly recommended that you also contact the housing office at the appropriate campus to which you are applying if you will be seeking housing. You should also contact the office of financial aid at the campus to which you are applying. Please note that Pitt-Bradford merit scholarships are not transferable to any other University of Pittsburgh campus.
Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences (Pittsburgh Campus)
- For students seeking guaranteed transfer relocation who have earned credits only from one of the regional campuses, the normal requirement is for completion of 45 credits at the specific regional campus, with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Beginning with the class entering in fall 2017, the normal requirement will be completion of 45 credits at the specific regional campus, with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
- For students seeking guaranteed transfer relocation who have earned 30 or more credits at the specific regional campus and a total of 60 credits overall, a minimum GPA of 3.0 in all courses is required.
- For students seeking transfer relocation who have between 15 and 30 credits at the specific regional campus and a total of 60 credits overall, a minimum GPA of 3.0 is required in all courses and the normal requirements of the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences for external transfer students must be met. For these students, relocation is not guaranteed. Students must complete at least 15 credits at the regional campus to transfer to the Pittsburgh campus.
- Students with a 3.0 GPA, who would have been directly admissible to the Pittsburgh campus as freshmen, may be considered for relocation with fewer than the above number of college credits.
College of General Studies (Pittsburgh Campus)
The College of General Studies relocation requirements include: (1) completion of 60 credits, 45 of which must be completed at the regional campus, (2) if you transferred to a Regional Campus, you must complete 60 credits overall and earned 30 or more at the regional campus, and (3) a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Business Administration (Pittsburgh Campus)
The College of Business Administration requirements are as follows: (1) completion of at least 30 credits at UPB with a minimum GPA of 3.0; (2) completion of required courses in calculus (MATH 0136 or MATH 0140), statistics (MATH 0133 or ECON 0204), and economics (ECON 0102 and 0103) with a GPA of 3.00 or higher; and (3) completion of the general education courses appropriate for the College of Business Administration. These guidelines do not include a guarantee of admission. You may mail your transcripts for an unofficial credit evaluation to the College of Business Administration, Office of Admissions, 2100 Sennott Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. Transcripts may also be faxed to (412) 383-9606. For more information, please see https://cba.pitt.edu/admission/current-students/internal-transfer-guidelines-for-students-enrolled-after-fall-2015/.
School of Computing and Information (Pittsburgh Campus)
Students that matriculated to a Pitt campus 2197(summer 2019) or earlier:
The School of Computing and Information (SCI) relocation requirements include: (1) must have completed at least 55 credits (which may include current term credits), and (2) have an overall GPA of at least 3.0 if currently enrolled at a regional campus. Please note the additional degree-specific requirements below.
Regional transfer students may apply to relocate directly to SCI if they have met both the relocation requirements listed above and the degree-specific admissions requirements listed below. Those who do not meet the both the relocation requirements and degree-specific admissions requirements must apply to relocate first to the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.
Additional degree-specific admissions requirements:
- Bioinformatics: BIOSC 0150 (BIOL 0101) and 0160 (BIOL 0102) and CHEM 0110 (CHEM 0101) and 0120 (CHEM 0102) with grades of C or better (not C-).
- Computer Engineering: 3.0 GPA, equivalent of Freshman Engineering Curriculum Requirements with grades C or better.
- Computer Science: equivalents for 4 of the 5 CS core classes: CS 0401, 0441, 0445, 0447, 0449
- Information Science: equivalent for INFSCI 0010
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Internal Transfer Guidelines
To be considered for admission, internal transfer and second Pitt bachelor’s degree applicants must:
- Complete at least 24 credits with a GPA of at least 2.75 (Pittsburgh campus) or 3.0 (Regional campuses and second Pitt bachelor’s).
- Finish the equivalent of the First-year SCI Curriculum with grades of "C" or better in each course. The first-year SCI curriculum must minimally include the SCI quantitative mathematics and statistics requirements, programming, and introductory composition. Completion of CMPINF 0010: Big Ideas in Computing and Information course is strongly recommended.
Please note that these GPA requirements are for consideration only. Individual undergraduate programs reserve the right to close admission to a major once capacity has been reached. Preference will be given to students ready to declare a major. Internal applicants’ credentials will be evaluated as they exist at the time of application; if grades have not been posted for relevant courses, students will be considered for provisional admission with an undeclared major.
School of Health and Rehabilitative Sciences (SHRS) (Pittsburgh Campus)
Students must apply to the Athletic Training, Communication Science, Emergency Medicine, Health Information Management, Nutrition and Dietetics, and Rehabilitation Science program using the SHRS online application for internal Pitt students; a relocation form is only required for students admitted to these programs. Please visit the SHRS admissions page for application and admission requirements. Application should be made after completion of approximately 45 credits and in anticipation of completing a further 15 credits and all prerequisite requirements prior to beginning the program. Minimum GPA for consideration is 2.5; however, please note that admission to programs is competitive. Meeting the minimum admission criteria does not guarantee admission.
Swanson School of Engineering (Pittsburgh Campus)
To be considered for admission, you must have a cum GPA of at least 3.00 and completed the appropriate first-year Engineering coursework (minimum of 34 credits) at a regional campus. Bradford students in the ME or EE programs must complete two years before transferring to the main campus. Bioengineering requires a 3.50 GPA. Students wishing to major in Industrial will need a 3.0 GPA or higher with C or better grades in Engineering curriculum (Calculus I, II, Physics I, II, CHEM 1,2, ENGR 15 &16). (Please note that these GPA requirements are FOR CONSIDERATION ONLY. Subject to space availability in the program of choice.
Regional Campus (Greensburg)
To be considered for relocation, you must have a GPA of at least 2.00.
Regional Campuses (Johnstown, Titusville)
To be considered for relocation, you must have a minimum GPA of 2.00 and completion of at least 24 credits.
The University of Pittsburgh will email you a Balance Due Notification. The email will instruct you to login to your PIttPAY account to view your account activity and options for paying the amount due.
You can pay your balance in full by the due date listed in PittPAY or you can elect to participate in the payment plan option.
You may make your payment by mail, via the web through Pitt Pay by accessing https://payments.pitt.edu, or in person in the Enrollment Services Office.
Payment by Credit Card
- The University will not accept credit card payments directly for payment of tuition, fees, room and board which appear on the student billing statement. Credit card payments will be able to be made only through PittPAY, and will be processed by the vendor.
- You will be charged a service fee of 2.75% by the vendor for this service.
- Visa, Discover Card, and MasterCard will be accepted when payment is made through PittPAY.
- Credit card payments may only be made online and cannot be made by mail, phone, or in person.
You can make eCheck payments online through your PittPAY account. You will need the routing and account number from a personal U.S. checking account to process an eCheck payment You will not be charged a fee if you pay by eCheck.
The University of Pittsburgh partners with Flywire to provide a fast and secure way to make international education payments to your student account in PittPAY.
You or any of your Authorized User can process an international payment from the Make Payment tab in PittPAY by selecting "International Payment via Flywire" as your payment method. This is the University's only/p> approved method for inbound payments to the student account from outside the U.S. and ensures that your payment can be credited to your account the moment we receive it. Click this link for more details, https://payments.pitt.edu/international-payments/.
Late Payments and Holds
Your balance is due by the due date listed for the semester unless you have enrolled in a payment plan. If you fail to pay your statement or the designated Payment Plan amount by the due date, late fees and financial holds are placed on the account.
- $50 fee and hold first deadline missed
- Following month, $200 fee and hold
- After this, account referred to University Collections and $100 Collection fee assessed.
Student Service Holds
You may find that you have a Student Service Hold when you come to conduct business in our office. Holds can be placed by a variety of University offices. If you have a hold, you will be referred to the appropriate office to resolve the matter before you can register or transact any University business. Types of holds include academic, missing data, disciplinary, high school transcript, immunization, and financial.
Students that would like to change their major or declare/change a minor or concentration should make an appointment with the Academic Advising Center (located upstairs in Hanley Library) for assistance.