See the latest updates on Pitt's plans to return to campuses.

  • The Curtain Still Rises (Online)

    Theatre arts students have spent weeks rehearsing from their homes for “She Kills Monsters”—Pitt’s first-ever virtual play, debuting July 12.

  • Utibe Essien speaks with post-doctoral fellow Alvaro San-Juan Rodriguez
    Racial Data & COVID-19

    Pitt's Utibe Essien studies racial disparities in disease testing and care. He explains why accurately tracking racial data is crucial in fighting the novel coronavirus.

  • photo of Anantha Shekhar
    Pitt Medcast: Anantha Shekhar

    Pitt's new senior vice chancellor for the health sciences shares his thoughts on the the future of medicine and the road ahead for Pitt in a post-COVID 19 world.

  • Resilience Planning

    Pitt provides details of what an on-campus experience will be like when some personnel return to on-campus work and students are welcomed back for the fall.


Drawing on Pitt's world-renowned health sciences programs, the group is working on standards and guidelines for living, studying and working on campus.

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We are rolling up our sleeves and redoubling our community commitments during the COVID-19 crisis.

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