How realistic is paying for a Point Park education? In a word, VERY.
Point Park is a private university, and a highly affordable one. When you consider tuition that is lower than many of its competitors, more generous financial aid packages and a comparison of cost to graduate outcomes, Point Park is a value unlike any other.
We Can Help You
There are many options to help you afford your education — from scholarships, grants and loans to payment plans — and we'll help you sort through them.
We are committed to making a Point Park education affordable, and we will work closely with you to make this unique real-world education a reality.
For the 2012-13 academic year, 99 percent of our incoming freshmen received some type of financial aid, with an average assistance package of $21,900.
To start the financial aid process, follow our step-by-step guide to apply for aid. Here you can begin reviewing possible grant, scholarship, loan and employment opportunities – most of which you are considered for as soon as you apply for admission and submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.
Aid for All Types of Students
At Point Park, we offer financial aid to all types of students, including students in part-time, accelerated and graduate programs: