The University has an 'official grade deadline' for each session and/or term; however the grade posting process begins at an earlier date. Grade posting will begin the same day that rosters have been made available for grading. Grade information, including grade changes, will continue to be available online using the Student Services Community in my.pitt.edu. If one of your instructors submits grades after the established deadline, your record will not reflect a grade for that course until the next posting date. Questions about the actual grade awarded should be directed to the individual instructor or the department chairperson. Once grades have been posted, update requests must be submitted via Grade Change Request forms and processed through the proper Deans Office. Changes will appear as they are received and processed in the Office of the University Registrar.
To access your record on the web, log on to Student Self Service by clicking on my.pitt.edu, entering your User ID and Password and following the path: Student Center Login > Self Service > Student Center, select 'other academic...' in the drop down box, select Grades, click on double arrows to continue to Grades screen, select the proper term and click Continue.
If grade verification is needed for employer reimbursement, or for any other reason, you can obtain a copy of your transcript in G-3 Thackeray Hall. You can also visit the transcript section of our website for more information on how to obtain a transcript by mail.
If you have any outstanding financial obligations to the University, you will not be able to view your grades or receive a copy of your transcript until payment arrangements are complete. Once your financial hold has been released, you will be able to access grades and transcript services.
For additional information regarding the University’s grading policy, check with your academic center’s dean’s office.