COVID-19 response: While the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg remains closed to the public, the campus is in operation for the 2020-2021 academic year. Learn how Pitt-Greensburg is building a healthy and resilient community. Campus Operational Posture:
Guarded Risk

Information About Classes for the Spring 2021 Semester

Teaching & Learning

Essential information about Flex @ Pitt:

  • At Pitt-Greensburg, ALL classes will begin remotely on Tuesday, January 19.
  • At Pitt-Greensburg, ALL classes scheduled to meet in-person will begin to do so on February 1.
  • While the Greensburg campus remains in the Elevated Risk posture, there are additional adjustments to which classes will meet in person. Please refer to the In-Person Class Information document to learn which classes are designated to meet in-person under both the Elevated and Guarded Risk postures.
  • Over the past month, some adjustments have been made to instructional delivery modes for the spring semester.  Students should carefully review their class schedule prior to the start of classes.
  • Flex @ Pitt will continue in the spring semester. This means that for classes that have in-person instruction, students have the option to learn either remotely or in person.
  • Student Self-Care Days: Instead of the traditional Spring Break, two student self-care days are scheduled for February 23 and March 24.  The University will remain open but no classes will be held.
  • Academic advising will take place using remote, live conferencing technology or by phone.  Students are encouraged to contact academic advisors on Microsoft Teams, by email, or on Zoom during drop-in hours beginning January 19.  Complete contact and Zoom information available here.
  • For financial aid questions, contact Brian Beighley, or visit the Pitt-Greensburg Financial Aid webpage.

Please take the time to read President Gregerson's message for more details about Spring 2021 semester at Pitt-Greensburg >>

Follow these steps to review your class schedule:

  1. Log in to Scroll down to "Most Popular". Click the heart on "Student Center", then click the link. A new window will open that looks pretty blank.
  2. ​There is a blue bar across the top with your username. On the far right, you should see a circle that looks like a compass.
  3. Click the compass, then click Navigator (takes a minute to load), then Self-Service, then click student center.​
  4. Now you should see your name at the top of the page with a block in the middle that says Fall Schedule.

College Success Seminar - Get Set for Success this Fall  and earn academic credit.  This one-credit class provides the skills and knowledge to help you succeed in college.  Two sections are available and both are offered in the remote-synchronous format.  Contact instructors Jessica Barch or Kearsten Adams for details and to get enrolled.

Help with Canvas - Call the 24/7 Canvas Help Desk 412-314-1719

Social Media - Don’t forget to follow the Pitt-Greensburg Advising Center on Instagram and Twitter - @pittgbgadvising

Areas on campus to attend your remote classes:

  • Lounge areas in Smith, Cassell and Powers
  • Cassell 113 (a large computer lab)
  • 2nd floor of Millstein Library
  • Designated classroom on the second floor of Smith Hall

Advisor Assignments - The annual advisor assignment process will be complete by mid-September.  Watch your email for an update next month.

Questions about Books - Please direct all questions about textbooks to the Pitt-Greensburg Campus Store.

Connect with the Academic Advising Center Staff:

  • Chat in Microsoft Teams with the advisor you’ve been working with.
  • Send your advisor an email.
  • Visit virtually during our daily (M-F) drop-in hours on Zoom, 11am-1pm.  Join here.
  • For detailed questions that require an appointment with an advisor or the director, call the Academic Advising Office, 724-836-9940.  Business hours are Monday-Friday 8:30am - 5pm.

Remote Resources for Current Students

Please follow these links for university resources/services that are available for current students during this situation. There are many Pitt-Greensburg academic support staff and faculty members who are available to communicate with you remotely. Please check back to this list often as it is updated with new resources for you.