Student Hourly Employment
Contact your department student services staff or your departmental academic advisor.
Or contact the University’s Office of Human Resources at 412-624-7000.
Scholarships, Assistantships, Fellowships
Contact your department student services staff or academic advisor.
Student loan applications are processed for Pitt Public Health students by the University’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid (OAFA; 412-624-7488). See complete instructions for applying for a student loan on the University’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid page.
Students are encouraged to submit application documents as soon as possible before the start of the term for which a loan is requested.
For information about student loans, view the University’s Office of Admission and Financial Aid’s PowerPoint presentation.
Invoice Payment and Refund Deadlines
Electronic invoices (eBills) are posted on the student’s account after registration for classes, on or about the 20th of every month, and are due on the 17th of the next month.
Students who drop courses by the term’s deadline for add/drop may have their tuition for the term adjusted if they are part-time students, or if the drop changes their status from full-time to part-time.
Adjustments to tuition charges resulting from official resignation (dropping of all courses for the term) are based on the effective date of resignation and in accordance with the federally mandated calculation. Contact the Student Payment Center (412-624-7520) for information on the amount of tuition adjustment.
Optional Payment Plan
Under some circumstances, students may be approved for installment payments in the fall or spring terms. Learn more about the Optional Payment Plan, including dates of payments.