The Board of Trustees for the University of Pittsburgh voted this week to approve tuition hikes for each of the school’s campuses — except for Pitt-Titusville.
Included in the increases is a three-and-a-quarter percent hike in tuition for students at Pitt’s main campus. Medical school tuition will climb by five percent.
Tuition rates at Pitt’s Titusville campus will remain unchanged. Other satellite campuses, including those in Bradford, Johnstown and Greensburg will see rates increase by two percent.
The trustees stressed that the school’s overall tuition increase is its smallest since 1975.