Disability Resources and Services (DRS) shares with you the responsibility to create equal access so you can achieve your academic goals. If you are a student with a diagnosed learning, psychiatric, or medical disability, you may be eligible for services.
ODI is committed to maintaining an environment free from harassment and discrimination, fostering diversity and celebrating differences, educating the community on the benefits of diversity, promoting equity, eliminating discrimination, and advancing equal access to all opportunities at the University.
The Office of Civil Rights and Title IX is here to assist in responding to and addressing reports of harassment and discriminations. Our office oversees policies and processes to respond to bias incidents. We also provide education and training on prevention and reduction of discrimination and harassment. Together we can work to maintain an educational and work environment that is free from unlawful harassment and discrimination. Incident reporting and response is a critical component of building that culture.
Counseling Services offers a range of services to help you get the support you’re seeking, feel less alone, cope more effectively, heal emotional wounds, improve relationships, engage in your academics and college life, and feel more like yourself. Most students take advantage of a combination of these resources, and a Therapist is happy to help you figure out the plan that feels right to you.
"The Office for Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion aspires to help create and sustain a university-wide culture that understands that diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to the University’s mission and continued excellence. Through strategic initiatives and partnerships, policy development and stewardship, innovation, education, and complaint resolution, OEDI will shape Pitt’s future to one where all community members can fully realize their potential."
"The University is committed to maintaining a campus environment free from unlawful discrimination and harassment. The Bias Incident Response System is Pitt-Bradford’s institutionally adopted process to help address acts of bias that may have occurred in conjunction with any formal process and/or investigation associated with alleged policy violations. Please use this system if you witness or experience a bias incident so we may promptly and effectively respond. You can report an incident anonymously if you choose."
The Office of the Provost invites proposals from faculty for projects to adapt, adopt and/or create open education resources (OER) for an existing course. OER is defined as high-quality curricular materials such as textbooks, lab notebooks, videos, quizzes, or other ancillary items that are freely accessible to faculty and students. OER are unique in that they grant copyright permissions for use and adaptation, free of charge. This means that the content is available to other faculty and students to retain, reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute. Typically, the only requirement is that attribution must be made to the original creator/author.