Financial Aid

Information on financial aid, tuition, and related fees can be obtained through the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid (OAFA) at 412-624-7488. As a PharmD student, please keep in mind the following when completing financial aid forms:

  • Professional Year 1 (P1) and Professional Year 2 (P2) of the PharmD curriculum are considered undergraduate level for those that have not earned a Bachelors degree.  
  • Even though you are working towards your Doctorate of Pharmacy degree, the University does not recognize your status as a graduate. Therefore, you would answer questions pertaining to college level as third year or junior level. If a previous degree has been obtained, you would answer fifth year or working towards second undergraduate degree. DO NOT indicate that you are working towards a doctorate or in a graduate/professional school.
  • Professional Year 3 (P3) and Professional Year 4 (P4) are considered graduate level. Financial aid forms documenting that you are working towards a doctorate and/or graduate/professional degree will be acceptable at that time.
  • If you have earned a Bachlors degree,  the above does not apply.  Your college staus will be graduate and you would complete the question as working towards your doctorate.

School of Pharmacy Scholarships

Students enrolled in the professional PharmD program are encouraged to apply for scholarships. The School of Pharmacy over $600,000 to PharmD students in the academic year 2021-2022.  Information about scholarships is here.