Distinct services for those who served with distinction.
Why Pitt is Right for You
We facilitate the transition of veterans from military to University life, support their ongoing academic success, and assist veterans, guardsmen, reservists, spouses, and dependents in receiving their military education benefits.
- Pre-college planning.
- Small class size: Over half of the undergraduate classes at Pitt enroll fewer than 30 students; 94 percent have fewer than 100.
- Individual attention: Student-to-faculty ratio of 16:1.
- More than 50 years of experience serving nontraditional students.
- Nearly 400 undergraduate and graduate programs to choose from.
- A wide range of support services.
Join the Pitt Vets
The Office of Veterans Services is proud to support its veteran and military affiliated student body. We seekto create and foster an active, engaged, and tight-knitcommunity of veterans oncampus. The University of Pittsburgh has its own chapter ofthe Student Veterans of America, the Pitt Vets. They provide an opportunity to connect with other veteran students and continue the camraderie you enjoyed while serving your country. You can find out more at the Office of Veterans Services and by checking out the Pitt Vets Web site here.
The Veteran's Legal Practicum, founded in the Pitt Law school, is here to provide pro-bon no-cost legal assistance to the veterans of Western Pennsylvania. This new initiative is designed to help veterans dealing with the Department of Veterans Affairs, connect existing programs designed to assist veterans, and refer veterans to other attorneys for legal issues that the clinic cannot address. If you are a veteran and need legal assistance, you can reach the Veterans Legal Practicum at 412-648-1285
Wounded Warrior Education Assistance Fund
The Office of Veterans Services seeks to support all its veteran and military affiliated students. YOU CAN HELP. Please consider donating to the Wounded Warrior Education Assistance Fund. Find out more the fund.