August 24, 2022
Today, all in-state graduate and undergrade students (all campuses) will receive an email informing them that the University of Pittsburgh will distribute $7.5 million to more than 20,000 in-state students on all five campuses. These funds represent 100% of Pitt’s one-time state allocation of COVID-19 relief money that was recently granted by Governor Tom Wolf’s office.
In-state undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled at least half-time will receive grants of approximately $350. The final dollar amount will be determined based on in-state student enrollment following the end of the drop/add period for the fall term, which concludes on September 9.
In late September, eligible in-state students will receive a follow-up email informing them when the grant amount has posted to their account in PittPAY, the University’s online student billing and payment system.
Ann E. Cudd
Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor
Professor of Philosophy
University of Pittsburgh