Use this link to browse student groups on campus. You can search for specific groups, as well. Below are listed a number of groups that might be of interest to you:
-ANKUR : Indian Graduate Students Association at the University of Pittsburgh
-Asian Students Alliance
-Brazil Nuts - Luso-Brazilian Association
-Chinese American Students Association
-Filipino Students Association
-Japanese Culture Association
-Korean Cultural Association
-Pittsburgh Japanese Animation Club
-Vietnamese Student Association
Welcome to the Office of International Services! OIS, as it is commonly known, is the University’s immigration specialist, serving all campuses and the 4500 international students, scholars, staff, and faculty that call Pitt their academic home.
Study Lab is home to a large staff of experienced professionals and students, who serve as guides and mentors throughout your exploration. Tutors are students who have recently been just where you are now and understand your challenges, as well as your goals.
The Math Assistance Center (MAC) provides a walk-in service; no appointments are scheduled or needed. If there is a particular teaching assistant you prefer to work with, their hours are listed in the schedules below. However, all graduate teaching assistants present at any time have the capacity to aid in any undergraduate mathematics course. Undergraduate teaching assistants are there to provide assistance in sub-calculus classes.
The University Counseling Center (UCC) is the primary mental health service for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh. The UCC offers a variety of mental health services to students utilizing a short-term, time limited approach, including assessment, counseling and psychotherapy services (individual, group, and couples), and psychiatric services.
Help from the Writing Center
Organizing your research and putting your ideas down on paper can be difficult. You can get writing help at the Writing Center, including one-on-one tutoring appointments.
Join us for a series of workshops that tackle some of the difficulties of writing and using English as a non-native speaker. Learn something, chat with other international students, and enjoy refreshments several Friday afternoons at the Writing Center.