We're happy you've decided to make Pitt-Greensburg's residence halls your home away from home!
Living on campus provides students with the opportunity to fully engage with the campus community while developing lasting personal relationships. Being a resident also provides excellent opportunities to become a student leader. Living on campus allows students to fully enjoy the college experience!
Each of our five residential areas provide a unique environment for students.
Applying for Housing
Current Pitt-Greensburg Students: Applications for 2018-19 housing will be available for current students at 9:00 am on February 14, 2018. Students can access the housing application by logging into my.pitt.edu. Instructions for applying are located in the Housing Forms section below. Applications are due by March 2, 2018.
New Pitt-Greensburg Students: Applications for the 2018-19 new and transfer students were available on April 2, 2018. The deadline for completing applications is May 1, 2018. However, we will continue to accept applications even after this date. Please complete the application at your earliest convenience; this includes applications for the Academic Village and Outdoor Adventure & Community Service community. If you are a new Pitt-Greensburg student, you must first pay the $100 tuition deposit before applying. Once a new student has paid the tuitition deposit, housing application information will be mailed/emailed to the student. Instructions for applying are located in the Housing Forms section below.
Medical Accommodation Requests
Students that need specific living arrangements due to a medical condition must contact the Disability Services Office, 240 Millstein Library. To be considered for a medical accommodation, students must submit an accommodation request form and documentation from a medical provider. Accommodation requests (form and medical documentation) must be submitted by the housing deadline to receive full consideration. Requests received after the aforementioned deadline dates will only receive the accommodation if approved and if space permits.
Getting engaged in the campus community is strongly encouraged. Living on campus provides students ample opportunities to become involved with various leadership opportunities within the residence halls and other parts of campus. There are numerous opportunities that are specifically open to resident students
Academic Village: The Academic Village offers a unique living and learning experience to high achieving students with interests ranging from science and technology to arts, politics, history and foreign cultures. Interested students must complete the Academic Village Application, which can be accessed after completing the housing application while logged into their Pitt account.
Community Assistants: Our department hires 21 upper class students to be Community Assistants (CAs) in the residence halls on campus. CAs provide guidance for students living on campus, informing them of campus resources, organizing social and community service events, mediating conflicts, and enforcing policies. CA applications are typically released in February with official offers made prior to Spring Break.
OACS Living Community: The OACS residential living community provides its members with experiential learning activities in a nontraditional setting. The outdoor adventure component is designed to develop interpersonal and leadership skills; the community service component is designed to instill responsibility and engage students in the community around them. Students can join as non-resident or resident members. If interested in living in the OACS community, students should complete that portion of the housing application.
Resident Student Council (RSC): Resident students interested in advocating for improvements in the residence halls, planning activities for students, and representing their fellow resident students are encouraged to join RSC. This official student organization is open to all resident students. Representatives are needed for each of the five residence halls on campus.
Village Senate: Residents of the Academic Village have a special opportunity to get involved by joining the VIllage Senate. This group allows for the students living in the Village to have a role in Village programming and allocation of Village funds.
In addition to these opportunties, there are many other clubs and organizations that students can explore on campus.
Contact a Professional Staff Member
Meet each of the six professional staff members who are responsible for Housing & Residence Life at Pitt-Greensburg. Click here for photos, bios and contact information.
Application Instructions - Current Students
Step-by-step instructions (for current students) on how to complete the housing application.
Application Instructions - New Students
Step-by-step instructions (for new students) on how to complete the housing application.
Criminal Disclosure Form
Printable form for students who must disclose criminal convictions.
Damage Report Form
Residents should document pre-existing damages to their room/apartment at the start of the year.
Facilities Request Form
Students looking to report any facilities-related problems should use this online form.
Housing Cancellation Form
Students may cancel their housing application online by logging into my.pitt.edu and proceeding to Housing e-Services.
Room Change Request Form
Assigned students can submit a room change request by logging into Housing eServices.
Roommate Success Plan
Online form for residents to complete together at the start of a new living arrangement.
Summer Housing Application Instructions
Step by step instructions for completing 2018 online summer housing application.
Term and Conditions (2018-19)
These are the terms and conditions that a student agrees to upon completing their housing application.
Many of these forms are completed online. However, some forms cannot be submitted electronically. To return a paper form, you may either fax it to 724-836-7134 (ATTN: Housing Office), e-mail it to email@example.com, or send it via mail to: Housing & Residence Life, 150 Finoli Drive, 219 Chambers Hall, Greensburg, PA 15601.
If you are unable to access any of the forms or do not see a link to the form you need, please contact the Housing Office at 724-836-7869.
A variety of transportation options are available to students including local bus routes, two airports, Amtrak train service, and more!
Missing Person Info
In the event a student is missing from the residence halls, residents can designate a person for the University to contact. This person should be someone who would mostly likely know the resident's whereabouts. This person may or may not be a parent/guardian. At the beginning of each term, students will be given the opportunity to designate/update this information. Below are instructions for designating a missing person contact:
Log into your Pitt account at my.pitt.edu
Under the My Resources tab, click on Housing e-Services
Click on the Housing Applications link on the right of the page
Click on the Missing Person Contact Form link
Complete the form
Notice of Non Discrimination
The University of Pittsburgh, as an educational institution and as an employer, does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, marital status, familial status, sex, age, sexual orientation, veteran status or gender identity and expression in its programs and activities.
The University does not tolerate discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on these bases and takes steps to ensure that students, employees, and third parties are not subject to a hostile environment in University programs or activities.
The University responds promptly and equitably to allegations of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. It promptly conducts investigations and takes appropriate action, including disciplinary action, against individuals found to have violated its policies, as well as provides appropriate remedies to complainants and the campus community. The University is committed to taking prompt action to end a hostile environment if one has been created, prevent its recurrence, and remedy the effects of any hostile environment on affected members of the campus community.
For complete details on the University’s Nondiscrimination, Equal Opportunity, and Affirmative Action Policy (07-01-03) and Sexual Misconduct Policy (06-05-01), please visit http://diversity.pitt.edu/affirmative-action/policies-procedures-and-practices