WELCOME TO THE OFFICE OF CROSS CULTURAL AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (CCLD).
Given the local, state, and federal guidelines regarding community response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of Cross Cultural and Leadership Development will operate virtually. Staff members are working remotely and ready to assist you. Please call us at 412-648-7831 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns. Please also continue to practice social distancing and take care of your health and wellbeing.
CCLD is a hub of campus activity. We advise some of the most active student organizations on campus, provide leadership development opportunities, and offer dynamic programming in the areas of diversity and culture, social justice, and Fraternity and Sorority Life. Stop by the 6th floor of the William Pitt Union to study, relax, or sign up for one of our many opportunities:
Regardless of your leadership experience, we have a program to suit your needs. The Panther Leadership Academy lays the foundation for a promising leadership journey, by honing your skills in a fun and engaging environment. (Read more about leadership programs)
The Global Ties program promotes international education, develops global leadership, and helps international students acclimate to life on campus. Expand your cultural awareness while attending diverse and cultural events. Or become a global leader by mentoring incoming international students. (Read more…)
We engage students, faculty, and staff in our ongoing mission to promote a more just community. Learn how you can get involved in our trainings and workshops on a range of diversity-related topics. (Read more…)
Fraternity and Sorority Life:
Our campus boasts a highly engaged fraternity and sorority community. Dedicated to scholarship, service, and philanthropy, these students add spirit to our community, while forging lifelong bonds with one another. (Read more…)
Find your niche by connecting with one of our many student organizations, such as the Rainbow Alliance, Pitt FEM, Hillel JUC, Black Action Society, and Asian Student Alliance. (Read more to learn about the student organizations)