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Residence Hall Guest Policy/Food Delivery During COVID-19

Current Residence Hall Guest Policy

With shelter-in-place period ending at Pitt-Greensburg, the following changes to the guest policy will go into effect beginning 9:00 am on Thursday, February 11th:

  • Off-campus guests are not permitted to enter the residence halls
  • Guests from within the building are permitted
    • Limit of 1 guest per room in College Hall and Robertshaw Hall
    • Limit of 2 guests per apartment in Academic Village, University Court, and Westmoreland Hall
    • Everybody in the room/apartment must wear a mask and remain physically distant while a guest is in the room
    • Guests may not sleep overnight in another resident’s room
  • Guests from other residence halls are permitted
    • Limit of 1 guest per room in College Hall and Robertshaw Hall
    • Limit of 2 guests per apartment in Academic Village, University Court, and Westmoreland Hall
    • Everybody in the room/apartment must wear a mask and remain physically distant while a guest is in the room
    • Guests may not sleep overnight in another resident’s room

As necessary, additional changes will be made to ensure the safety of the community. Please contact the Housing Office at UPGHousing@pitt.edu if you have any questions.

Isolation/Quarantine Meal Delivery Process

When a student is placed into isolation/quarantine, residence life staff will deliver lunch and dinner to them.

  • Lunches are delivered between 12 pm - 1 pm.
  • Dinners are delivered between 5 pm - 6 pm.
  • Staff will placed meals outside of the students’ doors and knock.
  • Students must wear a mask when retrieving the meal.

Students in isolation/quarantine can order lunch/dinner from Wagner Dining Hall using an online form.

  • The link to the form will be emailed to resident as they’re placed into isolation/quarantine.
  • Students must submit meal orders by 5 pm the day before they’re to be delivered. For example, meals that will be delivered on Tuesday must be ordered by 5 pm on Monday.
  • If students do not want lunch and/or dinner delivered, they should still complete the form and mark that they don’t want those specific meals. 

Students may select an entree, starch, vegetable, fruit, and/or salad and salad dressing from the Wagner Dining Hall menu, and one bottled beverage.

When there is short notice (which typically occurs the first day), students may not have the ability to select specific meal items. If this occurs, staff will still deliver the student a meal.

We reserve the right to make changes to this process due to staffing limitations, which may impact students’ ability to select specific meal items.