Announcements And Updates
Pitt clinics now offer free mpox vaccinations
Anyone who’s at risk can get the JYNNEOS series at The Hub on the Pittsburgh campus. Students can also head to Student Health Services for the vaccine.
Benefits open enrollment has begun for Pitt employees
May 31 is the last day to make changes to your annual benefits elections. Learn more at upcoming information sessions.
2023-24 is the Year of Discourse and Dialogue at Pitt
The theme, set by the Office of the Provost, will focus on the power of differing perceptions to enrich community and open inquiry on campus.
Moving out? Cleaning your office? Here's how to give your unwanted stuff a second life at Pitt
Across campus, you'll find many opportunities to help you give your things a second life or to properly recycle items, promoting a culture of reuse and diverting items from landfills.
Download photo props, stickers, yard signs and more to celebrate your Pitt graduate
Plus, take your pride online with graphics for social media, Zoom and Teams backgrounds.
Friday’s Self-Care Fair is your destination for relaxation
Stop by the William Pitt Plaza and lawn from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. to get creative, play games, snag giveaways and recharge before finals week.
RSVP for the Chancellor’s Staff and Faculty Appreciation Picnic
Celebrate with food, music and games at Posvar Patio and Schenley Drive on May 11.
Evacuation and fire safety reminders
Familiarize yourself with the sights and sounds that happen during emergencies and find evacuation plans for the buildings you frequent.
See how people get around Pitt with the results of the 2022 commuter survey
Responses will inform the University’s transportation strategies.
Get hands-on with sustainability at these Earth Month events
Meet leaders of sustainability at Pitt, support local vendors and more.
Pitt Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for April 3
The Pitt community is invited to watch via livestream at 11 a.m.
It’s time to celebrate Pitt’s graduate and professional students
The Office of the Provost and Pitt’s Graduate and Professional Student Government will have events April 3-8.
Students, look out for an annual student loan notification
These Pitt resources can help you understand your repayment options.
Calling all volunteers: Your help is needed at commencement
Sign up to lend a hand at Graduation Central or the April 30 ceremony by March 24.
8 new projects received funding in the Pitt Seed 2.0 competition
This summer, they’ll pitch their ideas to campus leadership for the chance for $75,000 in funding.
Register to volunteer on Be a Good Neighbor Day by March 27
Service projects on April 1 will take place in Oakland, Homewood and the Hill District.
Don’t miss Pitt’s 2023 Student Sustainability Symposium on April 21
The 16th annual event will showcase class projects and celebrate this year’s sustainability awardees.
Register for the Humanities @ Work conference on March 29
The event is a full day of interdisciplinary learning for Pitt people in the health, community and technology industries.
Attend Pitt’s signature Women’s History Month event on March 29
Submit your three-minute song, prose or poem by March 15 to participate in the storytelling event.
Sign up for two workshops for single moms in the Pitt community
Sponsored by the Year of Emotional Well-Being, the series will discuss coping strategies and managing stress.