Academics at Pitt
All graduate students at Pitt are eligible for health insurance from the university.
This online bulletin aims to provide the most current information possible on graduate and professional programs offered by Pitt.
Provides a general overview of graduate study at Pitt, including information on admissions, courses, financial information, events, student services and much more.
This site provides information on how to submit your Thesis Electronically. It also has a database of all theses and dissertations completed by Pitt graduate and professional students.
This Pitt website offers statistics on student enrollment, graduation rate, tuition, faculty activity, etc.
The role of a top research university is not only the creation and communication of knowledge, but also the preparation of the next generation of leaders in their fields. Graduate and professional education is the most critical part of that effort. This series was created by the Office of the Provost to illustrate the value of graduate and professional education and to show the many ways in which it is being transformed at Pitt.
Living In Pittsburgh
This site offers useful information to current and prospective Pitt students about living in Pittsburgh.
Provides students useful guidelines that provide assistance in finding appropriate off-campus accommodations.
A resource for transportation to and from Pitt, including parking, bus and ride-sharing information.
Throughout its twelve year history, PUMP has established itself as a community leader through important collaborations with projects like New Trustees for a New Pittsburgh which connects young professionals to nonprofit boards. Many of the region’s foundations have invested in PUMP programming, recognizing the organization’s important role. Today, PUMP engages thousands throughout the region and is proud to be the premier voice for young thinking individuals.
The Pittsburgh Sports League is the premier provider of adult recreational sports in the Pittsburgh region. Play co-ed sports with the PSL including:
- Corn Hole
- Deck Hockey
- Dodge Ball
- Flag Football
- Running Club
- Tennis Clinic
- Indoor Volleyball
- Sand Volleyball
SafeRider provides safe transportation during the evening and early morning hours when special, non-emergency needs arise for Pitt or Chatham students, faculty, and staff. SafeRider is not available to UPMC employees.
Call 412-648-CALL (2255) for your safe ride.
Call SafeRider for after dark travel:
- Within the SafeRider travel boundaries
- Between campus buildings, from local residences to campus buildings, and from campus to local residences
- When you’re not along an established bus or shuttle route, or:
- Downtown at the Greyhound bus station, on Sundays, and on days when the University of Pittsburgh shuttle system operates on a holiday schedule
- From Pittsburgh’s Greyhound and Amtrak stations:
- On Sundays
- On days the University shuttle system operates on a Holiday Schedule
- The day before classes resume after a break or recess
- The first day classes resume after a break or recess
Each rider is permitted one round trip per night, and a maximum of 20 trips per semester.
Events and Activities
Pitt Arts provides students with the Cheap Seats program (deeply discounted tickets to art and cultural events in Pittsburgh), Free Museum Visits (free admission to many Pittsburgh museums using your Student ID during the semester) and serves as a resource for cultural events throughout the city.
This site serves as the hub for student life at Pitt, highlighting the many opportunities available outside of the classroom for students to enhance and complement their academic pursuits.
Get Involved with the Pitt Community
The Student Organization and Resource Center (SORC) certifies student organizations to officially operate on campus. SORC services include copy, fax and mail service, administration of student budgets, email and web space, public notary, emergency student loans, and snack machine rentals.
This site provides information on sports and intramural activities offered at Pitt.
Provides a database for service-learning and community service opportunities for Pitt students. Sign up for their monthly Volunteery Opportunity Bulletin!
As Pitt’s student union, WPU houses the offices for most student organizations, the ticket office, and room reservations for student clubs.
GPSG is located in the WPU in Room 825.
The representative body of the non-CGS undergraduate student body at the University of Pittsburgh.
CGS provides services to non-traditional students pursuing an undergraduate degree. For adults returning to learn or new learners seeking non-credit programs, CGS helps students find an educational solution tailored to fit their needs.
Need help surviving grad school? Recent studies have shown that the pressures of academic performance, finances, advisor relationships, and other factors create intense anxiety for many graduate students, bringing some to a dangerous point of crisis. Grad Resources provides resources for those struggling under the pressures of grad school.
This association advocates for the rights and needs of graduate and professional students. NAGPS has a threefold mission for the graduate and professional student community in the United States of America:
- Develop and sustain a member network to connect graduate and professional students and their associations
- Provide resources and support to empower members
- Advocate at local and national levels on their behalf.
GPSG permits the use of its back office and color printer to all GSOs. To get access to the office, please contact the GPSG Administrative Assistant at email@example.com