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A Comparison Of College Tuition Costs In Pittsburgh

There are a variety of ways to pay for college, but the first thing you need to do is determine what your financial need will actually be.

Here is a list comparing tuition costs of colleges around Pittsburgh.

As of September 2011    
College Tuition Per Semester / Term Typical Fees Per Semester / Term
Carnegie Mellon University $21,580.00 $850.00
Chatham University $14,606.00 $200.00 + $350.00
Duquesne University $14,000.00 (average - varies by study) $88.00 per credit
St. Vincent College $12,675.00 Varies
Carlow University $11,648.00 $104.00
Point Park University $11,450.00 $250.00 + $160.00
Robert Morris University $11,203.00 $180.00 + $125.00
Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary $9,540.00 per full year Minimal - see list
The Art Institute $7,792.00 per quarter Varies by program
University of Pittsburgh $7,636.00 (varies by study) $80.00 + $85.00 + $175.00 + $90.00
Community College of Allegheny County $87.25/Credit  $50.40
Pittsburgh Technical Institute $36,870.00 for 24 months College says they charge no fees

Resources
Why you don't have to pay for college tuition.
Free college tuition for volunteer firefighters.
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP).
Free GED classes for Allegheny County residents.
How the Pittsburgh Army ROTC Turns Diplomas Into Gold Bars.
The academic and financial rewards of rowing.
Job Corps scholarships - what you didn't know.
How you can earn a collegiate athletic scholarship.
Why education, unemployment, and salary expectations all go together.
How to solve the skills / available jobs mismatch.
Be careful about loans to pay for college tuition.

 
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