Want to stay on campus this summer? Pittsburg State offers a great summer housing package in its newest housing unit, the Crimson Commons. At just $700/session, this package is affordable and convenient. The single rate includes $100 of “Flexi-Cash” which can be used for meals in the Overman Student Center.
Move-in for the first four-week session and full eight-week session will take place on May 31 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Second session move-in will take place during the same time period on June 28.
More than 4,000 parking spaces are available throughout campus for students, faculty/staff and visitors. Parking permits are required to park on campus and are available through your student activities fee. Permits are valid for the duration of the school year and students enrolled this past year will not need a new permit. New students may register a permit through the GUS (Gorilla User System) system, or at office of University Police and Parking which is located in Shirk Hall, just south of the Crimson Commons.
Pittsburg State offers nationally recognized academic programs in a comfortable and supportive setting. It’s no wonder so many students are joining the Gorilla Nation! Our Admission Office provides convenient admission checklists for freshmen, or checklist for transfer students. These will help guide you through the admission process.
Of course, if you have questions, you can always contact one of our friendly admissions representatives for help. You can also call Admission office at 620-235-4251.
Pittsburg State is home to nearly 500 international students from 34 countries throughout year. Our International Programs and Service Office is dedicated to providing you with the support you need to earn your degree in comfortable, safe and engaging environment. You can also call International Programs and Service office at 620-235-4680.
Financial assistance for the summer is available for those students who qualify. Our Office of Financial Assistance can help answer any questions you might have. You can also call Financial Assistance office at 620-235-4240.
Whether you have questions about your transfer credits, tuition and fees, or simply want a copy of your transcript, the Registrar’s Office is here to help. You can also call Registrar's office at 620-235-4200.