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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:
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Spring 2021 Arrival Details

Students/families – Please take the time to read a message from President Gregerson with details about the Spring 2021 semester »

  • The University is requiring all out-of-state residents at regional campuses to have a negative COVID-19 test result to enter University housing. To ensure you have your Quest test kit by the first day of you seven-day shelter in place at home, please request your test kit today.

    Information on how to request a test and other information can be found here.

    If you have questions, please contact the Housing Office at UPGHousing@pitt.edu.
     
  • Before Travel: Students should shelter in place for at least seven days prior to traveling. Read more about sheltering in place before traveling.
    Move-in: Pitt-Greensburg residents will return to the residence halls on January 30 and January 31.
     
  • Similar to how we executed fall semester move-in, students will be assigned a day and time during which they may return. You will receive an additional email indicating whether you should return to the halls on Saturday, Jan. 30 or Sunday, Jan. 31 and during which window of time.
     
  • If necessary, residents may have only one guest assist with move in.
     
  • Please continue to monitor your email for more details as we near your return to campus. If you do not intend to live on campus this spring, you must submit a Housing Cancellation form in Housing eServices.
     
  • Information will soon be available about the impact of the new timeline on room and board rates.
     
  • If you need a University ID, please contact Loretta Shelapinsky at 724-836-9917.
     
  • We highly recommend that students take advantage of Pitt’s offer to provide one COVID-19 test through Quest for returning students on all campuses in order to maximize a safe return. The test should be used within the first two days of the seven-day shelter-in-pace period prior to travel.
     
  • After Travel: After arriving on campus, you should shelter in place for at least 10 days, whether you live on or off campus.  A University-wide shelter-in-place period will begin on Friday, January 29 on all campuses. The shelter-in-place period will remain in effect until the CMRO advises that it is safe to lift, but will be in place at least 10 days after the last cohort arrives. The Pitt-Greensburg campus will shelter-in-place through at least February 10.

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