In order to register for classes at Pitt-Greensburg, you must be admitted to the campus. You must complete an admissions application and pay the application fee, or you must have your records relocated to Pitt-Greensburg from another Pitt campus or school. Students who are not formally admitted to Pitt-Greensburg will not be permitted to enroll in classes.
Students enrolled in 12-18 credits during the fall and spring terms are considered full-time students. You are charged the current "flat" tuition rate. Students registered for 11.5 or fewer credits are considered part-time and are charged on a per-credit basis.
Students are not permitted to register for more than 18 credits without the permission of the Director of Academic Advising, Room 103, Millstein Library Building. Students registering for more than 18 credits will be billed on a per-credit basis for each additional credit taken.
Summer students are billed on a per-credit basis.
Mandatory Advising is required to be able to self-enroll. You can schedule an appointment by contacting your faculty advisor directly or contacting your academic advisor at 724-836-9940. An "Academic Advising Hold" will be placed on a student's account and will be removed once he/she has met with an advisor. Check your "Student Services Center" tab on the Pitt portal at my.pitt.edu for your enrollment appointment date and time. Once an appointment begins, a student can continue self-enrolling through the add/drop period. Appointments are assigned according to credits earned with seniors given the earliest appointments. If you are unable to add a class because it is closed or it requires instructor permission, complete a "Class Permission Override Form" (pdf) and bring the form to the Registrar's Office for processing. Continue to watch the Student Services area of the portal for additional information.
No student who has an academic, financial, judicial or library HOLD on his/her records will be permitted to complete his/her registration.
You may add/drop all of your classes through the last day of the add/drop period. If this is done all of your course-related tuition charges and fees would be refunded.
To withdraw from a class after the official end of the add/drop period, you must process a Monitored Withdrawal Request Form. The form must be signed by your instructor and brought to the Registrar's Office for processing. If approved, the grade "W" will be recorded on your transcript. "W" grades do not count toward a student's degree, grade point average, and academic progress for purposes of financial aid eligibility. There is no tuition adjustment associated with a course withdrawal. Late appeals for withdrawing from a course should be submitted to the Director of Academic Advising, Room 103, Millstein Library Building.
If you wish to resign from all your courses after the official end of the add/drop period, you must notify the Office of the Registrar in person in Room 120, Millstein Library. You will be responsible for a percentage of your charges and will be issued "R" grades. "R" grades do not count toward your degree, grade point average, or academic progress for purposes of financial aid eligibility. If you have housing and/or food service charges, you must notify the appropriate offices immediately. Once the resignation period has expired (60% of the term), students must withdraw from their courses through the Director of Academic Advising, Room 103, Millstein Library Building.
- Preparing for Self-Enrollment with PeopleSoft Student Center (pdf)
- Preparing for Self Enrollment
- Add a Class by Class Number
- Add a Class Using Class Search
- Add a Class with a Permission Number
- Add a Class Using PeopleSoft Student Center (pdf)
- Add a Class with a Lab
- Drop a Class Using PeopleSoft Student Center (pdf)
- Drop a Class