As advisors, we understand that the transition from high school to college can be a difficult one. For those students who struggle in or out of the classroom, we encourage them to be proactive and seek help as necessary.
The University of Pittsburgh offers a number of on-campus resources to our students. These locations give students the opportunity to further develop their academic, physical, social, and mental well-being.
Where can I get additional support in my classes?
Where can I go for information on intellectual enrichment and Honors classes?
What does it mean that I am on Academic Probation?
Where can I find more information about careers or graduate study?
Where can I find more information on experiential learning?
Where do I go if I am experiencing health related concerns?
Where do I go if I am experiencing emotional, psychological, or physical concerns?
Where do I go if I have a learning or physical disability?
Where do I go to get an official transcript?
Where can I learn more about additional course offerings?
Where do I go for questions regarding my financial aid?
Does Pitt offer any services or resources for returning veterans?