All College of General Studies students can enjoy the extensive resources available from the University of Pittsburgh. This page provides links to some of the most commonly used services and programs by students, as well as useful information that can help you navigate around campus.
Financial & Administrative Resources
139 University Place, Thackeray Hall
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Fax: (412) 648-8815
Mon-Thu 8:30-4:45 Fri 9:30-4:45
Processes federal and institutional loans; offers tuition payment plan.
Ombudsmen work on behalf of students on appeals for exceptions to procedures related to registration and tuition payment.
Contact to resign from courses at the University of Pittsburgh for a term.
Transcript requests, Student Certification, change of Address, Phone, and/or Name.
my.pitt.edu is the University portal which houses student resources, such as PeopleSoft, e-mail access, billing, and Canvas. A username and activation code for my.pitt.edu is sent to all newly admitted University of Pittsburgh students via regular mail. You will be asked to set up your multi-factor authentication in advance. Learn more at: http://technology.pitt.edu/services/multifactor-authentication-pitt.
Manages technology solutions and the computer labs at Pitt.
General Information: 412-648-7710
Hillman Library: 412-648-3330
Place to purchase required textbooks.
The place to obtain your Pitt ID card, which you need for library and fitness center access, free shuttle and bus transport, Panther Funds access, and residence hall entrance.
Main Phone: 412-383-1800
Immunization Office: 412-383-1832
Health Education: 412-383-1830
Comprehensive student health facility that includes an on-site clinical facility, a pharmacy with student discounts, full-time MDs and NPs, and health education programs.
Provides academic and personal support for veterans.
Offers personal counseling and support.
Academic Support Resources
1400 Posvar Hall
For information on all College of General Studies General Education requirements as well as all major requirements.
G-33 Cathedral of Learning
216 William Pitt Union
G-1 Gardner Steel Conference Center
317B O'Hara Student Center
Experiential Learning coordinates undergraduate research, academic internships, teaching, and service.
Advising, tutoring, and support for student athletes.
Provides support for foreign students.
Study Abroad Office
802 William Pitt Union
Ruskin Hall, 127 N. Bellefield Ave.
Main Lobby of Litchfield Towers
Litchfield Towers Lobby
Dining Services coordinates 10 eateries, coffee service, meal plans, and dining dollars.
Parking and Transportation
127 N. Bellefield Ave
Phone: 412-624-8612 or 412-624-4034
Jerome Cochran Public Safety Building, 3412 Forbes Ave.
For Off Campus emergencies call 412-624-2121
General Info: 412-624-4040
Student Career Resources
200 William Pitt Union
3959 Fifth Ave.
Student Life is the hub of student involvement and engagement at the University of Pittsburgh.
Baierl Student Recreation Center, 3034 Petersen Events Center, 3719 Terrace Street
The Department of Campus Recreation offers a variety of intramural sports for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff to maintain their competitive edge, remain active, or simply meet new people.
Visit the Student Affairs Web site for more information on Special Services and Student Support, Social Recreational and Volunteer Opportunities, and Health, Well-Being and Safety.
Interfaces with student organizations to assist them in coordinating events, attending conferences, and managing day-to-day operations.
The Student Conduct Peer Review Board (SCPRB) will hear cases involving Code violations which will not result in suspension or dismissal.
Our Student Organization Resource Center (SORC) is here to ensure that our 600+ student organizations have the support they need to operate at the highest level.
Additional Important Resources
University Operator/Directory Information