Pitt-Johnstown is the University of Pittsburgh's first and largest regional campus. Pitt-Johnstown provides students the benefits and prestige of being part of a university recognized internationally for its scholarship and research, as well as study abroad opportunities, admission guarantees to many Pitt graduate programs, and a connection to Real World Career Services and the Pitt Career Network.
Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar supports the Pitt-Johnstown mission of educating for the real world by providing high-quality service to our students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and outside agencies while adhering to University policies and procedures, and federal guidelines.
Pitt-Johnstown undergraduate research encompasses intellectual, creative and/or scholarly activities, in which the student and faculty member have a collaborative relationship. Research may take many forms including class projects, capstone seminars, senior projects, and independent studies.
This division upholds the standards and policies that define the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, where distinctive people, programs and place result in exceptional performance.
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown students may receive invitations to join one of these prestigious national or international honor societies »
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Janet L. Grady, DrPH, RN, ANEF, FAAN
Vice President for Academic Affairs
Professor and Chair, Division of Nursing & Health Sciences
Office of Academic Affairs
241 Blackington Hall
Stephen Kilpatrick, PhD
Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs
Associate Professor of Biology