**Due to COVID-19 emergency, the Registrar's Office has transitioned to a remote work arrangement for all staff until further notice.**
- Electronic documents are available for ordering.
- If you attended the University of Pittsburgh prior to 1990, we will not have access to your records until further notice.
- Registration for Summer and Fall terms is proceeding as scheduled
- If you plan to enroll in a class that requires special permission, please contact the instructor via email to request permission. The instructor should notify the Registrar's Office that permission has been granted.
- The University is adopting a significant level of flexibility in course grading for the spring 2020 semester.
- S/NC Grading Policy Information
- Virtual Town Hall Update
The University of Pittsburgh will be accepting courses that students select the “Pass” option for during the terms affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. At this time we are approved to accept courses from Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 courses from other institutions if a student selects the pass option.The pass credits for those terms will be accepted for transfer to the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. If the Pandemic continues beyond these two terms, then future terms will be included in this exception to the normal acceptance of transferable credits.
- For assistance with any requests or issues, please email email@example.com or call 814-269-7055.
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.
The registrar is the official source for student academic records. The office is responsible for the oversight of all registration and enrollment services.
Students at Pitt-Johnstown must satisfy both general education and major program requirements to graduate from the University. Students can choose from more than 50 majors in 7 academic divisions. All students must take General Education classes that include foundational classes in Math, English Composition, and Public Speaking, and electives in a broad assortment of liberal arts and natural science courses, which are organized in four Worlds of Knowledge.
Official Pitt-Johnstown transcripts and enrollment verifications may be ordered electronically or through the Office of the Registrar.