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Commit to Pitt

Student posing with Pitt-Greensburg sign

Congratulations on your decision to Commit to Pitt-Greensburg! The next step is to accept your admission and confirm your residency status.

By accepting your admission, you will guarantee yourself a seat in this year’s class and secure any scholarship offer you may have received from Pitt-Greensburg. Here's what you need to do:

  1. Click the blue 'Commit to Pitt' button below.
  2. Choose PS Mobile Login, and log in using your applicant account information that was e-mailed to you by the Pitt technology Help Desk after you submitted your application to Pitt.
  3. Select Admissions, then Accept/Decline Admissions, and follow the prompts. (If you encounter any issues with your applicant account or the deposit process, please contact the Technology Help Desk.)
  4. After completing this process, continue with our Online Program to take advantage of all of the resources available to you as a Pitt-Greensburg student!

Commit to Pitt!


1. Welcome

To begin, please watch the following Commit to Pitt video (please note - if you have been admitted for fall 2021, there will be a new Commit to Pitt video posted at the beginning of October 2020). Once you have completed your video, please go through these important links that were covered in the video. If you should have any questions or concerns, please email your questions to upgadmit@pitt.edu.

2. Meet Your New Community!

3. Housing

If you are interested in living on campus, please learn more about on-campus housing here. 

4. Summer Orientation

Orientation will be online this year. Be sure to watch your email for updates throughout the summer, and find current information here.

5. Financial Aid

After viewing the above video, you may want to visit links mentioned during the presentation with some additional instructions on my.pitt.edu:

6. Get Ready for Fall!

Go through the personalized checklist that best fits your needs:

7. Vice President message

Please enjoy this welcome message from our Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Jacqueline Horrall.

Contact Us

If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us:

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
Office of Admissions
Rossetti House
150 Finoli Drive
Greensburg, PA 15601

Email: upgadmit@pitt.edu
 

CONGRATULATIONS, WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU SOON!