Begin a bold new journey with Pitt SHRS.
If you are drawn to a career that impacts the lives of others, advances the fields of health and rehabilitation and provides challenges and opportunities for personal growth and satisfaction, this is the place for you.
Whether you're exploring multiple programs or know your path, our SHRS admissions team is here to help. Check out the information below to learn more about applying to and visiting SHRS.
Your interest in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is the first step in becoming part of the next generation of health care professionals who will help others reach their fullest potential. Learn more about the structure of our school and its programs.
High School Students
If you're in high school and considering studying with Pitt SHRS, here's what you need to know.
Prospective Undergraduate Students
If you are a first-year or sophomore student, here's how to prepare for SHRS.
Prospective Graduate Students
Whether you're seeking an on-campus, hybrid or online graduate program, SHRS has several options for anyone looking for a fulfilling career in health care.
Prospective International Students
SHRS is a globally diverse community with students from over 20 countries, including Argentina, Brazil, China, Greece, India, Indonesia, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom.
View the various ways for you to meet with us and discuss our programs.
Visit and learn about SHRS labs and facilities with our 360 degree videos!
You are cordially invited to attend our Open House. Take this opportunity to meet with SHRS faculty and students from each of our Departments.
Each SHRS program has different admissions requirements and application instructions. Learn how and when to apply to each of our 20+ degree programs.
Matriculated SHRS students at the graduate and undergraduate level have the opportunity to apply for the following scholarships and financial award opportunities. Some awards are offered through the University, others are schoolwide and some are program-specific.