But IT's not over yet. Take a look at our recommendations for maintaining or closing University-related tech accounts before starting your next chapter.
When you graduate, your Student Computing Account will automatically convert to an Alumni Account. Your access to free software, cloud storage, official email, and 24/7 support will change. See the Graduation Checklist for a summary of things to consider, or keep reading.
Your time at Pitt might be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean you can't keep using some of Pitt's services.
Most software titles will expire with your graduation. However, before you graduate, you may download one copy of Office 2021 or 2019 (desktop edition) from pitt.onthehub.com and use it for as long as you like.
Your official Pitt email address does not expire upon graduation, so you can continue using your @pitt.edu address (and any aliases you created while you were a student) to send and receive messages.
Ensure your computer's safety by downloading the latest versions of antivirus and anti-malware software, which you can use on your personal devices.
24/7 IT Help Desk support continues for the tools and services you continue to use from Pitt after graduation. Support topics include Pitt Email via Microsoft Office 365, Parchment transcript ordering, Student Information System (PeopleSoft and Pitt PS Mobile), PittPAY, University Computing Account self-service, PittNet Wi-Fi when visiting campus, and Eduroam access at participating institutions.