Students who have been accepted to Pitt but still may need one more look before committing are welcome to attend our Admitted Student Days. Some dates are filling up, so encourage them to register soon!
- Saturday, March 17
- Friday, March 23
- Saturday, March 24
- Saturday, April 7
- Friday, April 13
- Saturday, April 14
Admitted students who are eligible to participate in the University Honors College are also invited to Honors Day.
- Friday, March 16
- Friday, April 6
Pitt also hosts Information Sessions Monday through Friday and select Saturdays which include information about admissions, academics, financial aid, and a tour of Pitt’s campus led by a current student.
Pitt is the best value in PA
We are so proud that Pitt has been named the best value among public universities in Pennsylvania for 13 years in a row.
The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education rankings have also listed Pitt as the best public university in the Northeast for two consecutive years.
Deep Dive: College of Business Administration
Pitt’s College of Business Administration was just ranked the 11th best public business school by Poets & Quants, a leading publication for business education. It was also ranked the #1 public business school in the state of Pennsylvania.
Pitt Business is climbing to the top of national rankings for good reason, too. Their students have resources at their fingertips that will take their learning from the classroom, to the city, to the world.
Experiential learning is key and it’s not hard to come by with dedicated career services in the school, client-based consulting opportunities, a Pitt Business Living Learning Community, the Global Business Institute, and more. Students at Pitt Business will learn from real-world experience and make an immediate impact. Watch this video about everything Pitt Business has to offer.
Pardon Our Dust
When prospective students and families visit Pitt this spring, they may hear jackhammers, drills, and rotary saws in addition to our omnipresent shouts of “Hail to Pitt.” That’s because our building, Alumni Hall, will be undergoing major renovations. Once it’s all done, we’ll have two new state-of-the-art theater-style rooms for our on-campus admissions presentations and renovated office space for staff.
Additionally, construction is underway on a new Marriott hotel directly across the street from Alumni Hall. Don’t worry, though! Our guests won’t miss out on any part of their visit experience – all of our regular daily and weekend visits will be available during the renovation.
If you have specific questions about Pitt or the admissions process, contact me at duerrb@pitt