The aim of the Student Success Hub is to build institutional collaborations in student success and bring insights and best practices by connecting campus innovators, advisors, faculty, and students in order to reduce equity gaps for our at-promise students and build a campus where every student can feel they belong.
The Hub is:
- A space in Langley Hall for students to find resources, programming, and advising
- A network of campus collaborators dedicated to student success
The Pitt TRIO McNair Scholars Program, a grant funded program from the U.S. Department of Education, will provide a rich diversity of structured educational experiences that are designed to motivate, prepare, and support first-generation, limited-income, and underrepresented minority college students in their efforts to pursue postbaccalaureate degrees.
The Kessler Scholars Program is a national model for driving success outcomes for first-generation college students, providing comprehensive support from the moment students enroll to after graduation.
Part of the Pitt Success Program, the Provost Academy is a summer bridge program designed to set students up for success in the first year. Through academic projects, community field projects, workshops, and social activities, participating students become more familiar with the campus and the city of Pittsburgh, in addition to the academic climate.
This workshop series focuses on topics that will give you a foundation for success. Past workshops have covered technology resources, social psychology insights that help give a competitive edge, and dealing with test anxiety.
The Study PAL program, via a partnership between the Student Success Team and New Student Programs, is an opportunity for students who need additional support in foundation level courses to study alongside a fellow student who excelled in that course or area prior.