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Registration Information
Most Pitt Public Health students self-register for classes via Each department has slightly different procedures, so be aware of, and follow, your departmental registration policies. Most require students to turn in the enrollment form, signed by their advisor, and then self-register for classes online. In some programs, students are registered by the department.

Registration Dates

Mon 5/7
Summer Term Registration Deadline (late fee applies for continuing students) Academic Calendar Registration Dates
Summer Term Registration Deadline (late fee applies for continuing students)
Mon 5/7

This is the final registration date for Summer 2018 term (2187). 

The final registration deadline for additional summer sessions are the following: 12 Week: May 14, 6Week1:  May 14,  6Week2: June 25. 

Continuing students must pay a late fee between May 7 and May 18. Add or drop classes until May 18 (for the term; other add/drop dates apply for other sessions).

Fri 5/18
Summer Add/Drop Period Ends Academic Calendar Registration Dates
Summer Add/Drop Period Ends
Fri 5/18

Add or drop classes for Summer 2018 (term 2187) term, first session, or second session between February 12 and May 18, 2018. The monitored withdrawal deadlines are July 6 (term), July 6 (12 WK), June 8 (6 WK1), and July 20 (6WK2). 

View the complete Academic Calendar

Course Permissions

If you do not have the prerequisites for a course, if a course is full, or if a course requires instructor permission you must get a permission number from the departmental student services coordinator below, or from the course instructor. If the permission number is for a PUBHLT core course, contact the Pitt Public Health Office of Student Affairs.

Cross Registration

Students wishing to cross-register at other local institutions must first be registered full-time at Pitt Public Health.

Questions about Registration?

note for graduating students

All students must be registered in the term during which they plan to graduate for at least one credit or for full-time dissertation study. See details

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