What’s great about Pittsburgh Seminary's financial aid?
PTS subsidizes the tuition rate so students can earn a degree at a reasonable cost: $326/master's credit and $358/DMin credit.
Master's Merit Scholarships range from $1,000-$21,000, and the average 2016-2017 Merit Scholarship was $7,803.
The average need-based package is $14,715 for master's-level students who receive tuition grants, housing grants, and/or work opportunity. This does not include students who also receive a Merit Scholarship in addition to the need-based grants which averages $17,600.
66 percent of the 2016 class graduated debt-free of education loans.The average amount of seminary indebtedness for the 2016 graduating class was $10,560.
The Seminary offers generous financial support to students of all denominations including full- and half-time students.
Explore the following links to learn more about and apply for financial aid.
Contact Financial Aid
Have questions about aid at Pittsburgh Seminary? Contact us at 412-924-1384 or email@example.com.