- Mentoring & Advising
- Student Success
- Student Support
The Office of the Provost administers programs to support exceptional students who are at-promise, helping them forge their own path and achieve their dreams. We also serve as a hub of innovation to collaborate with, inspire, and scale student success and support at Pitt.
Explore the resources below to aid in assisting your students and their success at Pitt.
(Pitt students, visit the Undergraduate Studies and Graduate Studies websites for resources information specific to students.)
Student Success Hub
The aim of the Student Success Hub is to build institutional collaborations in student success and bring insights and best practices by connecting campus innovators, advisors, faculty, and students in order to reduce equity gaps for our at-promise students and build a campus where every student can feel they belong. [Link to come]
Technology Resources for Academic Engagement
A variety of technology resources are available to support the student's academic experience.
Pre-Health Resource Center
The Pre-Health Resource Center is devoted to undergraduate health and pre-health interprofessional education, with an educational and advising infrastructure that supports undergraduate students interested in health sciences fields.
Interdisciplinary Transcript Distinctions
Pitt has launched a new class of academic credential called a "distinction" that incorporates a curated, synergistic combination of curricular, co-curricular, and experiential learning activities.
Part of the Pitt Success Program, the Provost Academy summer bridge program helps to set students up for success in their first year through a combination of projects and social activities and creating familiarity with the campus, the city of Pittsburgh, and the academic climate.
The Undergraduate Studies website compiles resources to help all students engage in the University community.
Undergraduate Guidelines, Policies and Resources
Review guidelines, policies and additional resources geared toward undergraduate studies.