Accepted Applicants

Accepted Applicants Day 2022

On Friday, March 25, we welcomed 170 accepted applicants to our virtual event and introduced them to Pitt Public Health, the University of Pittsburgh, and our vibrant city.

Whether you couldn't make it or you want to view them again, we are happy to be able to share recordings of many of our sessions, plus additional information on our event page.

Responding to the Offer of Admission

A $250 tuition deposit is required to reserve your seat in the entering class. Please respond to the offer of admission by: 
  1. visiting pi.tt/studentcenter
  2. clicking PSMobile login
  3. selecting Admissions from the left-hand side menu bar
  4. clicking Accept/Decline 

 

A University of Pittsburgh Computing Account is required to access PeopleSoft Campus Experience. Applicants who do not currently have an active University of Pittsburgh Computing Account will receive an email with instructions on activating their Applicant Account shortly after their offer of admission. If you are having an issue accessing your existing University of Pittsburgh Computing Account, or you do not receive an email with instructions on activating your Applicant Account within 24-48 hours after acceptance, please contact the Pitt IT Help Desk at 412-624-HELP. 

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