Matthew Landy has served as the Director of Student Conduct since August 2021. Landy joined the Pitt community in 2008 as a Resident Director in the Office of Residence Life. During his time as Resident Director, he reconstructed the student conduct processes to provide consistency in their implementation. In 2015, Landy accepted the role of Assistant Director of Student Conduct and later became the Associate Director of Student Conduct, which included overseeing general operations for student conduct cases, playing an integral part in educating students, faculty and staff about behavioral expectations, assisting the university community with resolving behavioral challenges, keeping the university in compliance with various requirements, and editing, developing and integrating policies and processes.
Landy earned a BA in Elementary Education from California University of Pennsylvania and an MA in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Throughout his career at Pitt, Matt has aimed to help create a conduct process at Pitt that is inclusive, equitable and developmentally appropriate—conducive for all students to learn and grow from their experiences. He also participates in the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA), including the Gehring Academy—professional organizations that inform, lead and advance the work of the Office of Student Conduct.