University of Pittsburgh BradfordAcademics
Academic Advising Center

We provide academic assistance and support to all our students. Though students with a declared major are assigned a faculty advisor to guide you through your curriculum, our staff is available to assist you in the absence of your faculty advisor. Students who have yet to declare a major will be assigned an academic advisor in the center to help you find a major that is a good fit for you.

We have lots of information and advisors who will help you:

  • understand degree requirements
  • change or declare a major or minor
  • understanding academic policies and procedures
  • register for classes
  • adjust your schedule during the drop/add period
  • withdraw from a class
  • develop a plan for graduation   

Visit us in Room 218 of the Hanley Library. Our advisors are available Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening appointments are available upon request. You can setup an appintment through TutorTrac using the link below. There is also a link to a video to show you how to use the TutorTrac System.

Make an appointment with Sue Gleason

Video on using TutorTrac to make an apointment

Sue Gleason, Director of Academic Advising Center
behan@pitt.edu
814-362-7549

Jodi Burns Academic Advisor/Coach
jburns@pitt.edu
814-362-7645

Want to know more? Check out the video.

 

All degree-seeking students are assigned a faculty advisor. Students who are admitted with special admissions status, have not declared a major, or have been accepted into the TRiO program will be assigned a secondary advisor. The role of the advisor is to give students advice and to help guide them through the academic experience. However, a student is ultimately responsible for their journey and success.