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The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg returns to in-person instruction for the Fall 2021 semester. The campus remains closed to the public. Learn how Pitt-Greensburg is building a healthy and resilient community.

Fall 2021 Semester Faculty/Staff Resources

Vaccine Requirement

Effective December 6, 2021, the University of Pittsburgh will require all Pitt affiliates on all campuses to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or have an approved exemption. This includes:
  • Faculty (including full-time, part-time, and adjunct)
  • Staff (including full-time, part-time, and temporary)
  • Students (including both graduate, professional and undergraduate)

Please visit this page for complete information on this requirement and FAQs.

Registered Guests

The University of Pittsburgh campuses are closed to the general public, but open to University members and registered guests. University members can register a guest online. Registered guests will receive a confirmation email that they are required to present, along with a photo ID, upon arrival on campus. By arriving on campus, guests are agreeing to follow the health rules that the University has in place at the time and are affirming that they are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

Fall 2021 Semester Health & Safety Guidelines >>

Experiencing Symptoms of COVID-19?

If you or a fellow faculty or staff member anywhere on campus is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19:

  1. The symptomatic individual must go home immediately. If the symptomatic individual does not have immediate access to transportation, have them avoid contact with others by waiting alone in a room with the door closed until transportation arrives.
  2. The symptomatic individual should promptly call their supervisor, health care provider and MyHealth@Work (Pitt’s employee health clinic) at 412-647-4949 upon arriving home.
    • The health care provider and MyHealth @Work will provide guidance on managing symptoms, accessing testing and other care needs.
    • If the individual tests positive, MyHealth @Work should be notified. MyHealth @Work will then provide updates to the necessary areas and monitor the individual’s progress and recovery.
    • Symptomatic individuals or those who test positive must quarantine or isolate away from campus until medical clearance is obtained from their health care provider and MyHealth @Work.

Employee Work Resources

For Faculty

Pitt’s Center for Teaching and Learning has resources available to assist faculty in shifting to virtual learning. Please work with your department head or director to establish firm plans. Please follow this link for additional remote teaching support >>

Pitt IT has provided IT resources to support remote work.

If you have any employment-related questions, please contact Human Resources at 724-836-9902.

For Staff

Pitt IT has provided IT resources to support remote work.

If you have any employment-related questions, please contact Human Resources at 724-836-9902.