Pitt Information Technology is excited to announce that enhancements to My Pitt ( and the Pitt Mobile app launch this summer. The upgrades to both platforms not only modernize the look and feel with an intuitive and responsive user experiences, but also add a multitude of features.
The benefits open enrollment deadline for all eligible University members for the 2020-21 plan year is Friday, May 29.
There’s one open enrollment period—May 11-29—for all eligible University members for the 2020-21 plan year.
David DeJong has been named acting senior vice chancellor for business and operations, effective May 5. He will continue to serve...
The Office of University Communications and Marketing is seeking feedback from students, staff, faculty and alumni to help inform a redesign strategy for the University’s website and its news sites.
Comprehensive Medication Management benefits are still available at no cost to full- and part-time regular University faculty and staff with UPMC Health Plan coverage.
University employees can take advantage of a variety of virtual webinar and digital counseling resources from partners like Savi, TIAA and Life Solutions.
The University is accepting one-time donations and requests for additional sick time from a Temporary Voluntary Sick Day Bank.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to join the University Senate for an expert panel discussion of mental health issues in academia life.
The spirit of creativity is alive and well despite social distancing. Stay in the loop about virtual events and other workshops through the Center for Creativity.
Using the academic calendar’s interactive features, users can add events to their personal calendars; additionally, users can subscribe to feeds for related events.
Pitt Information Technology is aware of a new scam in which hackers mail harmful USB devices to potential victims through the United States Postal Service or other delivery services.
CourseWeb (Blackboard Learn) will be unavailable beginning at midnight on Saturday, April 4, until noon ET on Sunday, April 5. This maintenance is necessary to maintain the stability and reliability of CourseWeb.
Campus Mail is working to adhere to building delivery service times as closely as possible while following the University's health and safety guidance.
As the University takes additional steps to reduce the need for faculty and staff to be on campuses, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion is closed to walk-ins and in-person appointments but continues to respond to all concerns during regular business hours.