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The Academic Support Services for Student Athletes program has two locations — one in the Petersen Events Center (pictured) and one at the Hearst Academic Center in the Duratz Football Complex.

Pitt Athletics academic support staff embraces new normal during pandemic

By Alex Lehmbeck, Sports Editor November 18, 2020
At the Academic Center, Pitt’s athletes can study with their teammates, work one-on-one with tutors and speak to Pitt’s student-athlete academic counselors about their degree paths.
(Illustration by Sylvia Freeman | Staff Illustrator)

Summer classes serve several purposes

By Justin Fekete | For The Pitt News May 30, 2018

After final exams week for the spring term ends, most students feel they will get along fine without looking at a syllabus or opening another textbook until August. Many start preparing for internships,...

Grade on performance, not attendance

Grade on performance, not attendance

By Cecile Truong / Columnist September 16, 2015

After three weeks of class, you’re probably fairly acquainted with your new professors. Some do not care if you show up to class, but others require you to be there every time to earn an A. Both types...

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