University Catalogs

The University of Pittsburgh Catalog is the official document of record for undergraduate and graduate programs, courses, academic policies and special programs. The University Catalog is an online-only publication; however, all pages are printer-friendly and PDF print versions of each University Catalog are made available. Please note that throughout the site there are also hyperlinks to other information resources at the University. While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, the University of Pittsburgh reserves the right to change without notice statements in the University Catalog concerning rules, policies, curricula, courses or other matters.

Some key features for users include the ability to easily search the catalog, current program requirements, up-to-date course descriptions, financial information, current academic calendar, and much more. Users may also refer to the Archived Catalogs to find information from previous academic years. The information in the University Catalogs are updated by Catalog Editors within various University schools, departments, administrative offices, and regional campuses via the catalog management system (Acalog Publisher).

University Catalog Managers

Ryan Streno (412) 383-3105
Jennifer Phillips (412) 624-7604

To gain access to the Acalog Publisher, please email us at to schedule training. Once training has been completed, access to the Acalog Publisher will be granted.

Catalog Editor Training Videos/Documents

The Acalog training videos and documents are available to assist in maintaining the information in the Publisher. To access these resources please log in to the Pitt Box and locate the “Catalog Editor Files” folder. If you do not have access to this folder, please email

Published University Catalog Update Request

The Office of the University Registrar publishes the University Catalogs each July. Once that published deadline has passed, all revisions to a published catalog requires Provost Office approval. The Published University Catalog Update Request form is located in Curriculog. Once the request goes through full approval, the update will or will not be made in the published catalog. For information on how to start a proposal, please refer to the Curriculum Management Website.