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It is at the heart of our mission to prepare pastors and lay leaders for the Church. To fulfill this mission, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is committed to providing generous financial support to students of all denominations who qualify for financial assistance.
The Seminary awards more than $1.2 million annually in merit scholarships, need-based tuition grants, housing grants, and work-support to full-time master’s students. On average, two out of three full-time master’s students receive need-based aid. Doctor of Ministry students are also eligible for need-based tuition grants.
When master’s students have exhausted all possibilities for other forms of financial aid, loans are available through the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program and the Federal Direct Graduate Plus Program.
- To apply for Master's-level PTS Merit Scholarship, submit a completed Admissions Application (no other documentation is necessary).
- To apply for Master's-level PTS need-based Tuition Grant, Housing Grant, and Work Support, please complete the:
- To apply for a Federal Direct Loan (Master's degree only), please complete the:
Doctor of Ministry Level
- To apply for Doctor of MInistry level PTS need-based Tuition Grant, please complete the:
Contact Cheryl De Paolis, director of financial aid, at email@example.com or 412-924-1384 with questions.