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The decision to admit a student is based upon a variety of factors which take into account what an individual may contribute to the University, as well as what the University is able to contribute to that person. Point Park University does not condone any policy or practice which deprives any individual of rights because of race, religion, sex, national origin or disability.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to make certain that all documents necessary for admission are sent to the Office of Admission. Incomplete applications will delay the admissions decision. All students must apply and be admitted before registrations will be processed.

Degree candidates must submit the following:

  • Appropriate completed application form.
  • $20 non-refundable application fee (The fee is waived if you apply online!)
  • For transfer students: official copies of all post-high school transcripts sent directly from the school to the Office of Admission
  • For freshman students: official high school transcript or official GED scores sent directly to the Office of Admission:

Office of Admission
Point Park University
201 Wood Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Non-degree candidates must submit the following:

  • Appropriate completed application form.
  • $20 non-refundable application fee (The fee is waived if you apply online!)
  • Part-time applicants are exempt from the full-time requirement of submitting SAT or ACT scores; however, all applicants using the General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.) test as a basis for admission must submit a record of their test scores.

Rolling Admissions

  • Applications from qualified students are accepted throughout the year.
  • Students are admitted into part-time programs for the Fall (end of August), Spring (January) and Summer (May) terms.

Acceptance of Offer of Admission

All applicants admitted as part-time students are required to pay a tuition deposit of $50.00 to reserve a place
in the academic program of their choice. This fee is credited to charges incurred in the first semester. Deposits are non-refundable.