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, participate in our Virtual Accepted Applicants Days on March 19!

Take advantage of this chance to meet some of your future classmates and instructors while learning more about your program, the University, and life in Pittsburgh.

Pre-register below and you'll be the first to received detailed information about the event. Questions? Please contact Renee Hill.

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When it comes to volunteerism, Pittsburgh leads by example 

When it comes to volunteerism, Pittsburgh leads by example

WESA - Whether it's participating in a match program to socialize with immigrant families or lending a helping hand at a soup kitchen, Pittsburghers are volunteering at a nationally recognized rate. Nearly 38 percent of local residents volunteer, placing the city in seventh place nationally for its... (02/11/2019)
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A guide to Pittsburgh’s newest breweries, bars and distilleries 

A guide to Pittsburgh’s newest breweries, bars and distilleries

THE PITT NEWS -  Our student newspaper's preview of eight new breweries, bars, and distilleries in Pittsburgh includes Mario’s Saloon, soon to open across from Pitt Public Health. The popular local bar chain takes over a former staple of the Oakland bar scene, Peter’s Pub, which closed after 44 yea... (04/12/2019)
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Pittsburgh hockey fans ranked #1  

Pittsburgh hockey fans ranked #1

FORBES - Take note that our city has the NHL’s best fans! With a 5 year sell-out streak and top TV ratings, our fans are ready to see the Penguins take the cup. Besides a five-year sell-out streak and top TV ratings, Forbes noted: “The team’s Facebook page has 1.2 million followers — impressive con... (04/09/2019)
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Pittsburgh parks ranked highly by The Trust for Public Land 

Pittsburgh parks ranked highly by The Trust for Public Land

THE TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND - On their 2019 ParkScore ranking for the 100 largest U.S. cities, Pittsburgh ranked #22. Among other distinctions, they report that 91% of city residents live within walking distance of a park.  (06/03/2019)

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