Accepted Applicants

Responding to the Offer of Admission

A $250 tuition deposit is required to reserve your seat in the entering class. You may respond to the offer of admission by one of the following methods:

Accept or Decline the Offer of Admission
Login to your University of Pittsburgh account*: 
  • PS Mobile Login
  • Admissions
  • Accept/Decline Admissions
    • If you have applied to multiple schools at the University of Pittsburgh, you will see each school listed here. Be sure to select the Graduate School of Public Health to respond to our offer.
    • If you have been accepted to multiple programs at the Graduate School of Public Health, you will need to know your Application Number to respond to each offer of admission. Refer to your acceptance letter for this number.
  • If you are accepting the offer of admission, you will be prompted to confirm or edit your residency information. You will then pay your $250 tuition deposit by credit card.

*Login information was emailed to new applicants at the time of their application. If the applicant already had a University account, they did not receive this email but can login with their existing University credentials

Decline the Offer of Admission
Email PHadmissions@pitt.edu to confirm that you are declining our offer of admission.

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