University of Pittsburgh students come to us as high achievers in their schools and their communities, and they use their time here well. Since 1995, our undergraduates have won Goldwater Scholarships, Marshall Scholarships, Rhodes Scholarships, Truman Scholarships, and Udall Scholarships. Pitt makes major investments on a variety of fronts, including facilities, information technology planning, and student life. At the root of this is the drive to provide our students with a comprehensive environment to develop their talents.

We are committed to educating the whole student, determined that every graduate, regardless of degree earned, should leave the University with four key attributes: communications skills, a sense of motivation, a sense of responsibility, and a sense of self. Pitt students become perceptive, reflective, contributing individuals within our diverse community of faculty, staff, administrators, and fellow students. In recent years, graduates from the University of Pittsburgh have won the Nobel Peace Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, and the Nobel Prize in medicine.

We have developed a broad spectrum of programs: academic degree programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels that draw on faculty strengths to match student interests and to produce student achievement; support programs to help students learn better and faculty teach better; and community programs to link our students to the world.

These student-focused areas are led as follows: Undergraduate Studies—Amanda Godley, Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Interim Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies • Marc Harding, Vice Provost for Enrollment, Office of Admissions and Financial Aid • Carla Panzella, Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Division of Student Affairs.