The University has a long-standing policy (09-05-08) that permits students who have orders mobilizing them to active military duty to drop all classes, without regard to the date they are mobilized. Students need to submit a copy of their orders to do so.

 What's Next?

Pitt-Johnstown will do whatever is required to have students who are called to active military duty transition out of the University as expeditiously as possible.

In most cases, we will drop the term's registration so the student will owe no tuition for the term and receive no grades. There will be exceptions to this, depending on personal and/or financial reason.

If the student receives mobilization orders near the end of the term, faculty may be willing to grade the student even though the student may not be available to take a final exam. If that's the case, the student need not drop all courses, and they will earn the term's grades and credits. If the student's length of service goes beyond the grace period established for repayment of loans, the student will have to request forbearance, due to their military duty, from the institution that is asking for repayment.

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 Balance
  16. Buy Books
  17. Parking
  18. Software and Computer
  19. Move-In
  20. Start Classes
  21. Get Help
  22. Get Involved