Campus News

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At the Sept. 25, 2020, meeting of the Board of Trustees, Chancellor Patrick Gallagher reflected on the last fiscal year and highlighted ways the Pitt community came together to keep the University’s mission alive.
The Cathedral of Learning from above
The event begins the next accreditation review process with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and students, faculty and staff are invited to participate.
Blue signs on a lawn in front of the Cathedral of Learning
If you've thought about using the University’s COVID Concern Connection page to report a concern about public gatherings, physical distancing or Pitt’s response to COVID-19 in general, you might wonder what happens next. Read on.
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The University of Pittsburgh Small Business Development Center has been chosen by the U.S. Small Business Administration as the national SBDC Excellence and Innovation Award winner of 2020. The center, part of Pitt’s Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence, was named No. 1 from more than 1,000 small business development centers across the nation.
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Students, alumni, faculty and staff can find all these—and more—on a digital platform exclusive to the Pitt community.
A man in a blue face mask and white polo shirt with trees in the background
We're doing great at flattening the curve, but it's way too early to turn on the victory lights. Stay vigilant and mask up.
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Newly initiated as part of the University’s response to coronavirus, the Pandemic Safety Ambassador Network of volunteers helps inform and educate those on campus about health and safety protocols.
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The City of Pittsburgh seeks stakeholder input regarding the Oakland Plan, which will guide area investments, land-use regulations and infrastructure improvements.
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Students enrolled in classes with assigned rooms that are not currently offering an in-person experience will be able to be in classrooms to attend their remote/broadcasted class.
A person in a face mask uses a laptop while sitting on the lawn in front of Heinz Chapel
Students are encouraged to responsibly enjoy the lawns around the Pittsburgh campus, including the Cathedral of Learning, Petersen Events Center, Schenley Plaza and Soldiers & Sailors.