University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown

Summer Visiting Student

Pitt-Johnstown offers exceptional opportunities for summer visiting students. Here are the easy steps to take toward enrollment.

2023 Summer enrollment opens February 13, 2023


Print and complete the following:

Summer registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.  Please list at least one alternative class on your registration form. If your first choice of class is closed, you'll receive your alternative choices. A registration confirmation will be mailed to your home address. Add/drop is the first three days of each summer session.

Important Information: You will receive an email to the personal email addressed provided on your application.  This email will include details you will need to activate your University of Pittsburgh computing account. This account will allow you to view your tuition bill and grades on-line.  Tuition bills are available in electronic form only.


Please email completed Visiting Student Application form, Enrollment Worksheet, and Promissory Note documents to


Several tuition payment options (i.e. cash, check, credit card) are available. Contact the Business Office ( or visit their webpage:   


If you wish to have your final grade sent to your school, follow the Transcript Request linkSelect "Current Student" to begin your request. Official transcripts are ordered using the new electronic ordering system. Requests may be made at the time of enrollment, during, or after the term.


Purchase the books required for your classes. The Book Center is located on the ground floor of the Student Union.


Obtain a Student ID card in office 151 of the Student Union Building. The Student ID is required for use of the library, Wellness Center, and for check cashing privileges. Visiting Students may obtain an ID card beginning the first day of their summer class.


Submit Proof of COVID Vaccination information to the Office of the Registrar prior to the start of your classes.

Effective December 6, 2021, the University of Pittsburgh requires all Pitt affiliates on all campuses to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or have an approved exemption.  Proof of vaciniation must be submitted with your application.  Students can request an exemption from this vaccine requirement.  Exemption requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OEDI) and can only be requested for medical reasons, or reasons based on sincerely held religious belief or because of a strong moral or ethical conviction. Faculty, staff, and students who are granted an exemption will be subject to additional mitigation measures, such as routine COVID-19 testing.  Information about the exemption process can be found on the Pitt-Johnstown Resident COVID-19 Information webpage.