It’s the quintessential college campus—unique architecture, modern labs and classrooms, a huge library, plenty of green space, and cool nooks and crannies to study and hang out in.


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State of the Art

As a Dietrich School undergrad, you’ll have classes in large lecture halls, intimate seminar rooms, and plenty of places in between. Whether you’re enrolled in Intro to Chemistry or Intro to Communication, you can count on the fact that the teaching and lab facilities throughout the school have been designed for versatility and comfort.  For faculty, that means “smart” classrooms with Wi-Fi, laptop connections, projectors, DVD players, screens, and classroom response systems that allow them to use the most current teaching tech. For you, that means fun, engaging classes that keep you coming back for more.

Location, Location, Location

The Dietrich School is spread across approximately 850,000 square feet of the University’s Pittsburgh campus


What’s New?

  • Department of Anthropology: archaeology labs fully renovated in 2013
  • Department of Chemistry: all new teaching laboratories as of January 2015
  • Department of Psychology: two new research labs constructed in 2014 
  • Department of Studio Arts: new digital studio constructed and equipped in 2014

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

The Music Building is home to the Dietrich School’s Department of Music labs, offices, library, and classrooms. In a past life, the building was the original home of WQED-TV, the first educational television station in the United States. It also was the original site for the production of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.