Open House

See Yourself in Public Health

We are still planning our open house for fall 2020. We hope to share more info soon, but until then you can view last year's schedule below.

Minimize 2019 Agenda



Registration and Refreshments
Ground Floor Lobby

Informational Sessions: 
Certificate in Health Risk Assessment (4140 Public Health)
Certificate in Global Health (A216 Public Health)
Certificate in Evaluation of Public Health Programs (A312 Public Health)
Certificate in Health Equity (A521 Public Health)
Certificate in LGBT Individuals' Health and Wellness (G009 Public Health)
Certificate in Public Health Genetics (3140 Public Health)

Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s (4+1) Program (1155 Public Health)


Welcome and Overview (G23 Public Health)
Career Services
Financial Aid Information
Application Process


Information Marketplace (Public Health Commons)
with representatives and information from departments, certificates, centers, student organizations.


Departmental Lunch (various locations)
With faculty, staff, and students.


Informational Sessions: 
Genetic Counseling at Pitt Public Health
(A216 Public Health)
Current students will present cases they have seen during their clinical rotations and talk about their experiences in the program

Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Program for Pitt Students (1154 Public Health)
Current Pitt undergrads learn how motivated students can obtain a bachelor's and master's degree all while saving up to one year's worth of tuition.

Student Panel  (A115 Public Health)
With representatives from student organizations and other current students.


Orientation students gather

Open House Questions?

Contact Renee Hill at 412-383-9038, for more information.

Come meet us virtually!

If you're interested in applying to Pitt Public Health and can't make it to our Open House, check the list below for upcoming recruitment events featuring one of our our student ambassadors or someone from our admissions staff. We just might be coming to you!

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