Mentoring & Advising
The Office of the Provost conducted an academic advising landscape analysis in July 2019 to better understand current practices of advising at Pitt. The analysis in Phase One focuses on undergraduate advising in the five freshman-admitting schools (Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration, Swanson School of Engineering, School of Nursing, and School of Computing and Information), as well as the College of General Studies, the University Honors College and the Career Center.
Join the Office of the Provost as we bring together mentors and advisors from around the University this fall in a series of workshops to learn about relevant issues and guide meaningful conversations.
University Undergraduate Advising Committee (UUAC)
The University Undergraduate Advising Committee (UUAC) aims to enhance the practice of advising and mentoring at the University of Pittsburgh by sharing ideas, best practices, and information for undergraduate academic advisors and mentors. Learn more »
Mentoring Group Meetings
Convened by the Office of the Provost, the Mentoring Meetings coordinate those at Pitt who lead programs or support and mentor first-generation, underrepresented minority and/or low-income students. We bring everyone together to share best practices and create synergy around how to best support this population of students. Learn more »