Campus News

Jackson Walti to the left and Jaspe Loeffelsend to the right.
The team will advance to the College Cup for the first time in program history. Check out a recap of their May 10 quarterfinal win against Washington and watch a recent Pitt: Beyond the Script interview with the team’s captains.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Pitt leaders and staff kept our campuses safe and functioning. Watch how it all happened in “Reinventing Life on Campus during COVID-19,” part of the new Pitt Perspectives on Navigating a Pandemic series.
Rebecca Skloot in graduation gown on the PNC Park Screen
Bestselling author Rebecca Skloot, disability rights leader Judy Heumann and nurse educator Susan Hassmiller are among the newest awardees of honorary Pitt degrees.
Louise Lovecchio in graduation attire, poses for  photographer and fellow Pitt student Alanna Reid, foreground, outside of the Cathedral of Learning
If you can’t make it in person, join the livestream at 6 p.m. ET or visit Pitt’s social media pages to experience the first of several celebrations for the Class of 2021.
Bronze panther statue with red flowers at its base
PhD students who have passed their comprehensive exams and whose funding has run out will be eligible for an additional semester of support in academic year 2021-2022. Learn more.
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From committing to carbon neutrality to transforming the regional economy with green investments, Earth Day is every day at Pitt. See stories of sustainability champions on campus and peruse events celebrating Earth Day 2021.
A police officer in a Pitt face mask standing next to a person in a gray shirt
The April 15 conversation ranged from police training at Pitt to a new student-focused committee that will address public safety concerns.
Quincy Johnston in a blue Pitt jacket and a white top
Join the Pitt Program Council lecture director on April 19 as she interviews “Queer Eye” host, author and activist Jonathan Van Ness.
A blue sign that reads "Pitt COVID Concern Connection" with a photo of a telephone next to it
Reports to the Pitt COVID Concern Connection have increased slightly since the March update. See the latest data and reminders for the end of the term.
A person walks outdoors in a jacket and backpack near the Cathedral of Learning
The framework serves as a blueprint of the forthcoming strategic plan, and the University’s strategic planners are looking for feedback on the draft from the Pitt community.