The first step in planning for registration is to meet with your academic advisor.
*Important note: all students must register one business day earlier than the University's posted deadline.
After your advisor approves and signs your registration form, you must see your student services coordinator to activate self-registration.
After registration has been processed, you can view your class schedules online. Pitt will send your tuition invoice to your Pitt e-mail address.
New students must submit the completed and signed Acknowledgement of Receipt of Policies form to the Office of Student Affairs. Many new students were assigned an academic advisor at the time of admission. If you were not assigned an advisor, please make an appointment your student services coordinator.
New international students must take their original diplomas and grade sheets issued for any degrees earned abroad to the Office of International Services. The documents will be reviewed and returned to you.
In some instances, students admitted provisionally must complete the provision stated in the admission letter before registration.
Non-degree students planning to apply to a degree program may want to meet with a faculty advisor for advice on selecting courses. Other non-degree students may select their courses independently, and will have the registration form signed and processed (or made ready for self-registration) in the Office of Student Affairs.