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Life at Pitt

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Watch a series of videos exploring the importance of a sense of belonging for students in the university environment.

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Campus Recreation

The Department of Campus Recreation helps the Pitt community lead active, balanced lives by providing endless opportunities to enhance physical health and wellness, including competitive sports, group exercise, and solo workout sessions.

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Disability Resources and Services

Disability Resources and Services (DRS) is the department designated by the University to determine reasonable accommodations and services. The University of Pittsburgh is committed to promoting equal access and inclusive experiences to students, faculty, and staff with disabilities.

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Diversity at Pitt

Find information and resources for diverse populations, disability access, civil rights and Title IX, and education and engagement opportunities through the Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OEDI).  

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Student Life

Most non-academic support is coordinated by the Division of Student Affairs. Student Affairs strives to help students fully engage with the campus community through diverse learning experiences, social opportunities, and important services designed to prepare students to be successful in our global community.

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Student Wellness

Pitt is committed to fostering an inclusive community where students can flourish both in and out of the classroom. Access Student Health Services, the University Counseling Center and more wellness resources.

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Title IX Office

If you are experiencing sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic violence, or stalking, please reach out to the Title IX office or make a report. Please note that through the Responsible Employee Program most Pitt employees are required to report all instances of sexual misconduct, including harassment and sexual violence to Title IX (for you) unless their job requires professional confidentiality, as in the case of mental health counselors, physicians, nurses, and clergy.