Conduct Resources

Student Health Services

The Office of Health Education and Promotion, housed within our Student Health Services, offers resources and services to enhance personal and community health. The harm that results from substance abuse is of great concern to our community, so we offer many prevention and intervention programs for students. In addition to the educational programs provided to Freshman Studies classes, fraternities and sororities, and other campus groups, an educational intervention program, Personal Education Assistance and Referral (PEAR), is offered to students.

For more information, call 412-383-1800 or visit Student Health Services, 119 Mark A. Nordenberg Hall.

University Counseling Center

Mental health professionals are available to help students with any personal problems or concerns, including relationship issues, emotional or social difficulties, and concerns about academic progress. Drug and alcohol counselors and psychiatrists are also available to students. Confidentiality is strictly maintained.

There is no charge for counseling services. For information or appointments, call 412-648-7930 or visit the Counseling Center, 119 Mark A. Nordenberg Hall.


200 Lothrop Street 

300 Halket Street 
+1-866-MyMagee (696-2433)
Magee offers Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) who are trained to examine victims of sexual assault and collect evidence.

5230 Centre Avenue

Sexual Misconduct

Resources available to help you report, cope with, and prevent incidents of sexual misconduct. 

Pitt Police

3412 Forbes Avenue 

Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

31st Floor, Cathedral of Learning

Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR)

81 S. 19th Street 

Office of Compliance, Investigations and Ethics

200 S. Craig Street