13. Attend Academic Planning Days

At Pitt-Johnstown we have a two-part orientation, held at different times in the summer. We do this so that we can time the information you are receiving to better suit your needs.

 What's Next?

 

The first part of Orientation is one of our Academic Planning Days. You are assigned to one of these programs based on your intended major. These days are designed to get you familiar with the academic requirements of freshman year.

A big part of the day is the opportunity for you to meet with a representative from your academic division and get your fall semester class schedule. In addition, you and your parents have an opportunity to meet with representatives from campus offices in order to take care of any last minute details. You should plan to attend the date assigned to your particular major (see below) if possible. If your scheduled date is not suitable, you can attend the make-up session held in July.

The dates for the Academic Planning Days (Orientation Part I) are:

  • Monday, June 12 – Education, Engineering Technology, Nursing & Health Science, and Undeclared
  • Thursday, June 15 – Natural Sciences and Undeclared
  • Monday, June 19 – Business & Enterprise, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Undeclared
  • Thursday, June 22 – Catch All

You will be receiving a full schedule of events for these days as well as registration information later in the spring.

What's Next?

  1. File FAFSA Form
  2. Pay Tuition Deposit
  3. Activate Your Pitt Computer Account
  4. Health Forms
  5. Visit Campus
  6. Submit AP Test Scores
  7. College in High School
  8. Submit a Final Transcript
  9. Choose a Meal Plan
  10. Take Placement Exam
  11. Photo ID
  12. Thinking of Changing Your Major?
  13. Attend Academic Planning Days
  14. Complete Your Scheduling and Advising Module
  15. Pay Your Bill
  16. Buy Books
  17. Parking
  18. Software and Computer
  19. Move-In
  20. Start Classes
  21. Get Help
  22. Get Involved