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Accepted Applicants

Congratulations on your acceptance to Pitt!

If you've been accepted to Pitt Public Health but aren't sure whether or not this is the place for you, visit us on March 23, 2018 and see for yourself!

Invitations to our annual Accepted Applicants Day are currently being sent. Monitor your email for your invitation and registration link. If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at stuaff@pitt.edu.

Agenda

8:30 a.m.
Parran ground floor lobby
Registration and Refreshments | Concurrent session: Certificate in Global Health 
9 a.m.
G23 Parran
Welcome and Overview
Dean Donald Burke and Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Cindy Bryce - What's going on at Pitt Public Health?
Followed by presentations on financial aid and career services.
10:15 a.m.

Public Health Community Commons
Information Marketplace
Talk to representatives from student affairs, certificate programs, research and practice centers, and student organizations. Learn about University and city resources.
11:15 a.m.
G23 Parran
Student Panel  | Concurrent Guest Session for Parents and Partners
Hear all about student life and what excites our students about their programs.
Noon
G23 Parran
Alumni Panel
Learn what our alumni are doing today and how Pitt Public Health helped them get there.
12:30 p.m. Department Sessions
Eat lunch with departmental faculty, staff, students, and alumni while learning more about your program.
2/2:30/4 p.m.
leave from Parran ground floor lobby
Campus and City Tours | Concurrent Info Session for Doctoral Students | Concurrent Info Session hosted by the Minority Student Organization
Our guided tours include a fun and informative trolley ride around the city, as well as an interactive walking campus tour. Trolley tours departing at 2 and 2:30, campus walking tours at 4. 

Maximize Living in Pittsburgh

Pitt Public Health Movie Night

Applicants coming into town the night before the event are invited to join the Center for Global Health and the Global Health Student Association in viewing the new documentary film, How I Live, that delves into the unique issues people of LMICs face. After the film, we’ll have a panel discussion with the film’s producers and global health professionals with a reception afterward. Read more ...

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