​Financial Aid for Mercy Hospital School of Nursing Students

Paying for Nursing School at Mercy Hospital

At Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, we provide quality nurse training at an affordable price. See our full-time and part-time ​tuition and fee breakdown (PDFs)​.

However, we strongly urge all Mercy nursing students to apply for financial aid.

We have financial aid counselors who can help you build an aid package that will best fit your situation.

» ​Call 412-232-8171 to talk with a Mercy Hospital School of Nursing financial aid counselor.

First Step: Apply for Financial Aid

The first step in applying for aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Find the FAFSA form at www.FAFSA.ed.gov.

Be sure to add the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing code: 004899.

The FAFSA helps decide your financial need based on factors such as:

  • Income
  • Assets
  • Debts
  • Family size
  • Number of family members in college

Without a completed FAFSA, you won't be eligible for federal financial aid like federal loans and Pell Grants.

What types of aid does the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing accept?

Many sources of aid are available to you as a student enrolled at Mercy including:

Additional Financial Aid for Mercy Nursing Students

In addition to the traditional forms of financial aid, Mercy Hospital School of Nursing offers scholarships for:

  • Exceptional students who exemplify the values of professionalism and caring.
  • Strong academic performance.
  • Financial need.

Call the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing at 412-232-8171 for scholarship details, financial aid help, and more information.

​Orland Pullen
Financial Aid Administrator 
pullenoa@upmc.edu 
P: (412) 232-8171
F: (412) 232-7411​
 

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