Ticket Office

Ticket Office

The WPU Ticket Office is located on the main floor, to the right of the Information Desk. This office is shared with the Pitt Program Council Ticket Office.



Ticket Window

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday Closed

Pitt Program Council

Monday – Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday Closed



Accepted Forms of Payment

Depending on the event, the WPU Ticket Office accepts cash, checks, money orders, and Panther Funds ONLY! No debit or credit cards are accepted. Different forms of payment are accepted, depending on the service requested. See below for a comprehensive list:

Service Payments Accepted
Student Group and Department Events Check, Panther Funds
Locker Rentals Cash Only
Movie Tickets Cash and Panther Funds
Parking Cash and Panther Funds
Pitt Program Council Cash, Check, Money Order


Cathedral Locker Rentals

Hours of Operation: 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.


Payment: Cash only

Lockers may be rented for one, two, or three terms. All lockers must be vacated at the end of the rental period. Any materials left in lockers after the vacate date will be disposed of.
$8.00 – Lock Fee (refundable when lock is returned)
$7.00 – First Term Rental Fee
$5.00 – Rental Fee for each term after the first one


Rental Duration

All rentals must be renewed or vacated (terminated) by the last Friday in April, the second Friday in August, and the third Friday in December.


Rental Termination

Students may terminate their locker rental any time during the school year by removing the contents of the locker and returning the lock to the WPU Ticket Office. A receipt will be issued for $8.00, redeemable at the Student Payment Center in Thackeray Hall. Failure to return the lock may result in a hold being placed on the student’s account.


Student Movie Tickets

Theatre AMC Loews Waterfront 22
Price $9.50
Ticket Type Yellow
Notes N/A

Prices are subject to change.


Parking Passes for Panther Football

Passes for stadium lots 7F & 7H are available free of charge to students on Wednesdays before Saturday home games. Students must show Pitt ID, game ticket, and have vehicle information, including license plate number.


Ticket Window / Cash Box Request

All arrangements to use the ticket window or a cashbox must be made in advance using the Ticket Office Services Request Form.

The request must be on department or student organization letterhead and submitted two weeks prior to the event.

Information required:
Name of Student Organization or Department
You must provide the name, phone number, and e-mail address of student or representative requesting a cash box or the use of the ticket window. This person will be responsible for the money and must be able to show a valid Pitt ID, State ID, or PA Driver’s License.
State the name and location of the event, time and date when the cash box/ticket window will be required. (Locations on campus are limited).

Unless other arrangements are made, the cash box (alone or in conjunction with the ticket window) will contain $50 in $1 bills.

Come with a prepared and signed Cashbox Contract which can also be found in the Forms section of our web site.

When you are finished collecting money the House Manager on duty will need to count all funds collected, sign-off on the deposit, and give you a receipt.

The Ticket Office space is offered as a courtesy. Please leave it as you found it.


Student Group and Department Event Ticket Sales

Our staff is happy to sell tickets to your student organization or department event on your behalf. If you would like to utilize this service, please read below.


Arranging Ticket Sales Services

Individuals interested in selling tickets through the WPU Ticket Office must first call and make an appointment. The Ticket Office can be reached at (412) 648-7814. The best times to make appointments are between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m..


Ticket Sales Guidelines

The WPU Ticket Office will contract for the sale of tickets for groups under the following guidelines:

All tickets must be numbered (i.e. 1-100) and include the price, date, time, and event location. You are responsible for printing the tickets. There are no restrictions on size, thickness, color, etc. for the tickets themselves. Please allow time to count tickets with a Ticket Office representative.

The sponsor of the event will supply and deliver all tickets to the office with a memo, typed on the group’s or sponsor’s letterhead. Required information includes:

Name of Group
Student contact name, phone number, and e-mail
Sponsor or advisor’s name and phone number/e-mail
Date, time, and location of event
The price of tickets (for students and non-students)
The range of ticket numbers. (Ex. 1-100)
Any restrictions on buying tickets; example, one per student, Pitt student I.D required, e-mail or phone number recorded, etc.
Date and Time tickets will be picked up before the event.
The Ticket Office will deposit all proceeds from the event into the sponsor’s University account. No money will be given directly to the student group or sponsor.

All transactions with the Ticket Office must be completed by 2:30 p.m.

If tickets are to be sold at the door after 5:00 p.m., all proceeds must be brought to the WPU Information Desk. Sponsors must consult with the House Manager on duty to count the money and be issued a receipt. The money will be deposited into the sponsor’s University account the following business day.