Jacquelyn Hill, CGS ’12 Social Science Certificate in Non-Profit Management
Our Butler satellite campus allows you to complete your bachelor's degree close to home.
Alice Lawson, CGS ’13 Legal Studies/Administration of Justice
Find out how CGS can help you get to the next level in your health care career. Christina Hornack (CGS '13) Natural Sciences and Public Service
Maria Gerardi CGS ’12, Public Service A&S ’12, Sociology Certificate in Helping Professions Certificate in Non-Profit Management
We help students reach their academic and personal goals so they are prepared for the next stages of their life and career.
The College of General Studies offers pre-professional, interdisciplinary and flexible degree and certificate programs, as well as continuing and lifelong learning opportunities designed to meet the ambition of the adult learner. The College invests in the success of its students by providing excellent educational opportunities, outstanding personalized services and specialized career and support programs, as well as access to the faculty, resources and alumni network of a large research university. Our educational programs provide students, in our credit and non-credit programs, the knowledge and skills needed to achieve and advance their personal and professional goals.
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Once these steps have been completed, call 412-624-6600 and schedule your first advising appointment and enroll in classes!
Advisors will begin meeting with new Summer 2017 degree seekings students on February 1, 2017.
Advisors will begin meeting with new Fall 2017 degree seeking students March 1 - March 10, 2017.
March 15, 4:00 - 5:00 PM (Donna Rosenberger)
Tactics for Math Success is a workshop for anyone who needs to take a math course at Pitt, but is hesitant to enroll for any reason. Leave your calculators at home, but come and hear the discussion debunking common math myths. In addition, you will have the opportunity to meet the College of General Studies Math Tutor, Donna Rosenberger.
Seating is limited. To reserve your sport, register here!
Friday, March 17, 2:00 - 3:00 pm (April Flynn)
In this short workshop writing tutor April Flynn will give a brief overview of the process for researching and writing medical research papers. She will give students some “best practice” tips and walk them through a typical writing process. Students will have the chance to ask questions about the specific challenges of writing in health science contexts, or about the challenges of the writing process in general. Light refreshments will be served. Online registration link coming soon. Please check back in early March.
Business Calculus 4:00 - 6:00 pm (Katie Smith)
Using Transitions to Organize & Connect Ideas 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (Libby Ferda)
Revising and Editing 2:00 - 3:00 pm (April Flynn)
All sessions are held in the McCarl Center for Non-Traditional Student Success (1400 Posvar Hall. No registration required.
Stay tuned for more events coming soon.
Registration is now open! Go to CAAP website.
Nominations are now open for The Annual CGS Student Choice Awards. CGS students are once again invited to recognize CGS and PITT staff and faculty members for their helpfulness, dedication, and commitment. To learn more about the CGS Student Choice Awards program and to submit a nomination, visit the CGSSG Student Choice Awards Nomination website. Nomination deadline: Friday, March 24, 2017.