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Request more information or schedule a campus tour at one of the schools, complete an admission application, and find financial aid contact information.  We look forward to hearing from you.




Mercy School of Nursing

Phone: 412-232-7950​
Mercy Hospital School of Nursing
1401 Boulevard of the Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: 412-232-7950
 

Shadyside School of Nursing

Phone: 412-623-2950
Mailing address:
UPMC Shadyside
School of Nursing​​
5230 Centre Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
School location:
Motor Square Garden
5900 Baum​ Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
 

St. Margaret School of Nursing

Phone: 412-784-4980​
St. Margaret School of Nursing
221 Seventh Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15238


Admissions Contacts

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Natalie Borkowski

Coordinator of Student Recruitment
borkowskina@upmc.edu
P: (412) 623-4069
F: (412) 623-1134
Amanda Garrity
Pre-Admission Testing Coordinator

Garritya@upmc.edu
412 623-2376

 


School of Nursing Financial Aid Contacts

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Alexander Saladino

​Associate Executive Director
saladinoac@upmc.edu
P: (412) 623-3035
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Katie Frizzell

Business Analyst III
frizzellka@upmc.edu
P: (412) 864-7783

Nicole Kennedy

Financial Aid Supervisor
kennedynj@upmc.edu
P: (412) 623-7096

Michael Minnaugh
 
Financial Aid Administrator 
minnaughm@upmc.edu 
P: (412) 623-2353 
F: (412) 623-4681

Orland Pullen

Financial Aid Administrator
pullenoa@upmc.edu
Mercy:
P: (412) 232-8171
F: (412) 232-7411
St. Margaret
P: (412) 784-4993
F: (412) 784-4994
Shelley Spehar
Collection Specialist
speharsl@upmc.edu 
P: (412) 623-6265 
F: (412) 623-4681

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