Welcome to the new Bachelor's Program at Pitt Public Health. Your are about to take the first step of your own personal journey toward an influential career in public health. To see deadlines, requirements and more, please review information located on the Bachelor's Program page.
Welcome to your graduate program at Pitt Public Health — a community committed to the improvement of public health and comprised of passionate change makers like you. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with some of the key steps and deadlines you’ll need in the weeks ahead.
U.S. citizens and permanent residents applying for student loans will need to complete the FAFSA using the University of Pittsburgh code 008815.
With questions or for additional information about the financial aid process or student loans, please contact the University’s Financial Aid Wellness Center directly at 412-624-7488.
Register for Classes
Register for classes by setting up an appointment with your advisor or the person named in your admission letter. Non-degree students register with the Office of Student Affairs, by emailing Adrianna Gradisek.
Pitt Public Health strives to maintain a culture of academic excellence. As such, we want to give you the tools to be successful and maintain this goal we have set for ourselves.
All new students are therefore required to complete online training on academic integrity by September 5.
Title IX training
You received an email in July with directions for Title IX training.
Learn more about school orientation dates and related events for all students — plus graduate program orientations by department.