Student Records

About Student Records

The Office of Student Records is the hub of communication between Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences assistant deans, advisors, faculty, the Office of the University Registrar, the Academic Resource Center, and students. We provide the key information that you need about the Dietrich School’s policies and procedures for graduation, transfer credit, reinstatement, internal and external transfer students, and the Dean’s Honors List.

Student Records staff can also answer questions about general education requirements, withdrawing from courses, grade options, and repeating a course. Additionally, student appointments with the Dietrich School assistant deans can be scheduled through Student Records.

Records for the more than 10,000 Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences undergraduate students are managed by Student Records and are updated regularly with new academic reports, notes from deans, or other materials that show your progress while at the University.


Congratulations, you’re almost there! We are looking forward to helping you complete the graduation application process-you will find all the details that you will need in order to be prepared for a worry-free graduation. Review procedures and deadlines >

Transcripts and Diplomas

Please check with the Office of the University Registrar for diploma and final transcript mailing dates.


The Office of Student Records facilitates a wide variety of procedures for Dietrich School students, such as changing your major or minor, transferring to a different University of Pittsburgh school, changing the grade option for one of your courses, or applying to earn a second Bachelor's degree. Learn more about our Procedures >


Dietrich School and University procedures require a variety of forms. All must be returned in person to 140 Thackeray Hall in order to be processed. To help speed up the process for students, many of the forms are available for printing on our Web site. Review all of them >

Next Year's FAFSA Available Now

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) became available on October 1, 2016 for the 2017-18 academic year. This is the most important form to complete in order to qualify for almost all types of financial aid. Visit the Federal Student Aid Web site to access the online application and find many helpful tips.