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Pittsburgh, PA
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67%Acceptance rate
3.85Avg GPA
$50KCost
24KUndergrads
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University of Pittsburgh | Pitt

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania4-yearPublic

Your chances

Acceptance rate

67%

Public school in Pennsylvania with 24,400 total undergraduate students
Urban
Mid-Atlantic
Medical school
On campus housing
D1 Football, D1 Basketball
Atlantic Coast Conference
4200 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
(412) 624-4141
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Admissions

Overall acceptance rate
67%
Yield rate - overall
21%

Acceptance rate breakdown

Women
68%

Men
63%

Applicant breakdown

Total number of applicants
34,656

Women: 57%
Men: 43%

Cost & scholarships

Your estimated net cost
$ ? / year
In-state
$33,440
Out-of-state
$49,680

Average net cost after aid

Income
Average net cost

$0–30,000
$16,273

$30,001–48,000
$177

$48,001–75,000
$161

$75,001–110,000
$1,739,096

Over $110,000
$9,825

Published costs and averages can be misleading: they don’t fully account for your family’s finances (for financial aid) or your academic profile (for scholarships).

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Applications

How to apply

Doesn’t accept Common App
Test optional
Rec letters optional
Considers class rank
TOEFL required (international applicants)

Tests typically submitted

SAT: 49%

ACT: 16%
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Students

First-year enrolled students (full-time)
4,875
Student diversity
Low diversity
4-year graduation rate
69%

6-year graduation rate
83%

Retention rate
93%

Admission policy
Co-ed

International students
4%

Enrolled breakdown by gender

Women: 59%
Men: 41%

Race & ethnicity diversity

Among domestic students
Asian and Pacific Islander
10%

Black
5%

Hispanic
4%

Native American
< 1%

Other
6%

White
74%

Academics

Student faculty ratio
13:1
Calendar system
Semester

Special academic offering

Study abroad

Credit for AP exams

Offers graduate degree

Academic and career counseling

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