Getting a degree is essential in today’s workforce. If you want a career in business, computer science, or applied engineering, you will need the knowledge and skills required for those fields. For a great college with programs that will get you on track in an exciting industry, Pennsylvania Institute of Technology is the place to go. We have hands-on training with instructors who specialize in the fields. You will gain experience and insight in the programs offered.
One of the biggest challenges students face is how to pay for the costs of attending college (tuition, textbooks, fees, etc.). PIT is a private, non-profit college with several financial aid opportunities including scholarships. There are a number available that you can review with the P.I.T. Financial Aid staff. These scholarships can help you on your way to a new career.
The following scholarships are available to P.I.T. students. Click on the scholarship name for additional details.
Presidential Scholarship Program: Provides up to $1,000 for the first semester.
Trustee`s Scholarship: Provides supplemental scholarship of $2,000 for contiguous semesters in Associate Degree programs (except Allied Health).
Anthony and Mary Waltrich Scholarship: Provides up to $3,000 to Catholic HS graduates registered full-time in a degree program and involved in community service.
Margaret Kuo Scholarship: Provides one (1) full scholarship per academic year; three (3) additional scholarships for $3,000 per academic year.
Dr. Clarence R. Moll Scholarship: Provides up to $3,000 scholarship towards tuition for students registered at least half-time in a degree program.
Eugene A. Braun Scholarship: Provides five (5) supplemental scholarships per year of up to $500 for a 2nd year P.I.T. student majoring in Computer Science programs.
John Furey Scholarship: Provides one supplemental scholarship per year of up to $500 for a 2nd year P.I.T. student majoring in Computer Science programs.
P.I.T. Industry Supported Opportunity Grant: Provides up to 100% funding for tuition and textbooks for first-time degree students.
SPP High School Senior Scholarship: Provides a supplemental scholarship of $1,000 for one student per high school.
These awards and others can assist you in paying for college. P.I.T. wants its students to succeed and realizes that every little bit helps. It is challenging to pay for college, but education is one of the greatest investments you can make in yourself. The programs of study at P.I.T. are two years or less, taught by great instructors, and will provide you with the skills you need in the career you want. Contact the P.I.T. Financial Aid staff to see if you qualify for a scholarship.