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Funding Opportunities

The Office of the Provost and the University prioritize affordability of a university education. Find internal and external funding opportunities below. 


Ensuring access to—and affordability of—a university education is a significant priority for the Office of the Provost and for Pitt. Learn about several access and affordability initiatives already in place.

Financial Aid

By working together with your family, the Office of Financial Aid will find a way to make a Pitt education your reality. Their experienced staff is there to help you each step of the way. 


Through the Pitt2Pitt Scholarship, graduating Pitt undergraduates and alumni can receive up to a $7,500 tuition scholarship per year when they enroll in a participating Pitt graduate or professional program.

Pitt Success Pell Match

As a part of the University's commitment to investing in students who have the greatest financial need, the Pitt Success Pell Match initiative matches any federal Pell Grant that is awarded to any of Pitt's undergraduate students on all five campuses. 

TRIO McNair Scholars Program

The Pitt TRIO McNair Scholars Program, a grant funded program from the U.S. Department of Education, will provide a rich diversity of structured educational experiences that are designed to motivate, prepare, and support first-generation, limited-income, and underrepresented minority college students in their efforts to pursue postbaccalaureate degrees.