Prospective Students

Are you a prospective student? At the Dietrich School, we'll help you write your success story. Discover how your story begins.

Undergraduate Students

Whether you're beginning your undergraduate career, nearing graduation, or somewhere in between there's "more" to your story.

Graduate Students

Graduate students come to the Dietrich School for outstanding educational opportunities and stay for the balanced life: school, family, work, recreation, and service. 


Our world-class faculty members are leaders in research and scholarship in their respective disciplines. Discover resources for current and prospective faculty members.


Dietrich School staff play a critical role in ensuring student and faculty success. Find personal and professional development opportunities for staff members. Want to work with us? Learn more.


As one of 90,000 alumni representing 42 academic departments and programs, you're invited to learn more about opportunities to engage in the life of the school while you write the rest of your story.


Headlines & Highlights

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Pitt Researcher Part of Astronomy Team Published in Nature for Their Findings on Small Galaxies and Black Holes

A research team in conjunction with the James Webb Space Telescope have just published their findings on the smallest galaxies in the early universe.

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Women's History Month in the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences Celebrates: Wangari Maathai

Wangari Maathai (A&S ‘65G) was born in Kenya in 1940. She made her way to the U.S. through a program initiated by the late Kenyan politician Tom Mboya and then U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy.

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Dietrich School Faculty Member's Memoir Reviewed in Post-Gazette

Growing up in Western Pennsylvania as a preacher’s kid with a mild hearing impairment came with its challenges, Shannon Reed, teaching associate professor in the Dietrich School's Department of English, got by with books and a keen sense of humor. Her love of reading and droll wit are amply demonstrated in her entertaining new book, “Why We Read: On Bookworms, Libraries and Just One More Page Before Lights Out.’’