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My Pitt (my.pitt.edu)

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My Pitt (my.pitt.edu) is the University of Pittsburgh’s web portal and your personal guide to the Pitt experience! Based on your role, it's a central location for accessing University services, such as the Student Information System (PeopleSoft), Peoplesoft Mobile for mobile device access, Pitt Email (Outlook), Software Download Service, CourseWeb (Blackboard Learn), PRISM, and large variety of other enterprise systems. It's a one-stop source for access to online services and resources. Home pages are customized to meet the specific needs of applicants, students, faculty, and staff. Access to key self-services—such as Pitt Email (Outlook), ENS/Notify U, Box, PittPAY, Faculty information System (Elements), Microsoft Office 365, and SharePoint Online productivity tools—is available right on your home page.

Benefits

  • A single point of web access to the information that you will use most at the University.
  • Home pages are customized to meet the specific needs of University applicants, students, faculty, and staff.
  • Targeted announcements on the My Pitt landing page keep students, faculty, and staff informed about University news, accomplishments, and events.
  • A centralized place in which you can access and manage your personal profile, University computer account, email, messaging and subscriptions preferences.

Three Easy Steps to Get Started Using My Pitt:

  1. Log in to My Pitt (my.pitt.edu) with your University Computing Account username and password.
    Note: You may be required to complete the login process with multifactor authentication using Pitt Passport to gain access.
  2. Select a link to view announcement or news, instantly connect or view information about services for which you have access, or click on a tab to view University resource information.
  3. To help you search and find the University services and information you are looking for, use the AskCathy Service Discovery search bar as a go to resource.