Pittsburg State University is a fully accredited state university with more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs. Pitt State's expansive campus is filled with stunning architecture, state-of-the-art technology and magnificent artwork. Students will feel the history surround them as they enter stately buildings such as McCray, Porter and Russ Halls. Student's will also experience the brilliance of modern design and engineering in Pitt State's Kansas Technology Center, Robert W. Plaster Center and Bicknell Family Center for the Arts.
Pittsburg State University and the Pittsburg community have a proud tradition of welcoming and supporting international students. It's part of their community's history which, to this day, is known as the "Little Balkans" for the number of nationalities - French, German, Italian, Slovenian, Swedish, eastern European and more - which helped found the city of Pittsburg.
Why Pittsburg State University
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|Institution Type||Public University|
|Application Fees||USD 0|
|Tuition Fees||USD 6,665 - USD 19,590|
|Location||Pittsburg, Kansas, United States of America|