Please note that our office can only assist undergraduate Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences students. Graduate students should reach out to the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences Graduate Studies office at 412-624-6094 or email@example.com.
Please note that our office is not able to answer questions regarding the University of Pittsburgh commencement ceremony, as the ceremony is planned by the Office of Special Events. Please see commencement.pitt.edu for further information, or they can be contacted at 412-624-7100, or firstname.lastname@example.org
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, and students. We provide the key information you need about the Dietrich School’s policies and procedures for graduation, transfer credit, reinstatement, internal and external transfer students, and the Dean’s 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.
Hours of Operation
8:30AM - 5:00PM ET
7:30AM - 4:00PM CT
5:30AM - 2:00PM PT
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We facilitate a wide variety of procedures for Dietrich School students, such as transferring to a different school or earning a second bachelor's degree. Learn more about our procedures »
Dietrich School and University procedures require a variety of forms, all of which can be submitted electronically. Review the forms »