Fall 2020 Student Arrival Schedule

Students across the City of Pittsburgh are being welcomed back to campus through the end of August – with most classes resuming Monday, August 24 or Monday, August 31. Here's a look at the schedules at Carlow University, Carnegie Mellon University, Chatham University, Duquesne University, Point Park University, and the University of Pittsburgh.

As each university accommodates moving in their students while adhering to healthy and safety guidelines, at least five complete street closures and 17 metered street parking restrictions will continue in Oakland throughout the month of August as a result of student arrival. See below for details.

 

THIS WEEKEND

Friday, August 14 through Sunday, August 16:

Five streets in Oakland will be closed (see below for details) and metered parking on 17 streets will be restricted between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. each day for University of Pittsburgh student arrival. Freshman students at Duquesne University also begin to move-in on Sunday, August 16, between 12:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

 

NEXT WEEK

Monday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 18

Oakland street closures and parking restrictions remain in effect around University of Pittsburgh's Oakland campus from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Freshman students at Duquesne University continue to move-in on Monday between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. and on Tuesday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, August 19 and Thursday, August 20

Oakland street closures and parking restrictions remain in effect. Freshman students at Carnegie Mellon University and Chatham University begin to move-in, as well, with CMU scheduled between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. each day.

 

NEXT WEEKEND

Friday, August 21, Saturday, August 22, and Sunday, August 23

Oakland street closures and parking restrictions remain in effect. Carlow University will be hosting New Student Orientation all weekend long, though no parking or traffic adjustments are anticipated.

Carnegie Mellon University freshman students continue to move-in between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. through the weekend. Chatham University upper-class student residents move-in on Saturday and Duquesne University upper-class students will continue moving in throughout the weekend. Point Park University students begin to move-in on Sunday.

 

LAST WEEK OF AUGUST 24-30

Oakland street closures and parking restrictions remain in effect. Duquesne University upper-class students will complete their move-in schedule after Monday, August 24, though students may continue to bring belongings onto campus throughout the remainder of the month. Carnegie Mellon University and Point Park University students continue to move-in all week long – Monday through Saturday, August 24-30.

Monday, August 24 marks the start of the Fall Term at Chatham University, Duquesne University, and University of Pittsburgh.

 

MONDAY, AUGUST 31

Monday, August 31 marks the start of the Fall Term at Carnegie Mellon University and Point Park University.

Note: Student arrival and orientation at all six universities will be conducted in accordance to each university's own COVID-19 Return-to-Campus policies and requirements. Please contact each university directly for details.

 

Oakland neighborhood streets impacted by closures or metered parking restrictions include:

Oakland street closures through August 31:

  • Bigelow Boulevard between Forbes Ave. & Fifth Ave.
  • University Place between Fifth Ave. & O'Hara St.
  • Lothrop Street between Fifth Ave. & Victoria St.
  • N Bouquet Street between Engineering Dept. Dr. & O'Hara St.
  • Thackeray Street between O'Hara St. and Fifth Ave.

Oakland metered street parking impacts through August 31 (and the number of metered parking spaces affected):

  • Bigelow Boulevard
    Forbes Ave. to Fifth Ave. – 28 metered spaces
  • Bigelow Boulevard
    Fifth Ave. to O'Hara St. (PAA-side) – 8 metered spaces
  • Bigelow Boulevard
    Fifth Ave. to O'Hara St. (Soldiers & Sailors-side) – 9 metered spaces
  • Bigelow Boulevard
    O'Hara St. to Ruskin St. – 22 metered spaces
  • N Bouquet Street
    Engineering Dept. Dr. to Fifth Ave. (both sides) – 20 metered spaces
  • S Bouquet Street
    Forbes Ave. to Fifth Ave. – 9 metered spaces
  • Fifth Avenue
    Ruskin St. to Bigelow Blvd. – 27 metered spaces
  • Fifth Avenue
    University Place to Bigelow Blvd. – 10 metered spaces
  • Fifth Avenue
    Thackeray St. to University Place – 8 metered spaces
  • Forbes Avenue
    Bouquet St. to Bigelow Blvd. – 24 metered spaces
  • Forbes Avenue
    in front of Forbes Hall – 7 metered spaces
  • Forbes Avenue
    in front of Forbes-Craig – 8 metered spaces
  • Lothrop Street
    Fifth Ave. to Victoria St. – 5 metered spaces
  • Lytton Avenue
    Bigelow Blvd. to Fifth Ave. – 17 metered spaces
  • Oakland Avenue
    Forbes Ave. to Fifth Ave. (both sides) – 15 metered spaces
  • O'Hara Street
    DeSoto St. to Bigelow Blvd. – 31 metered spaces
  • Ruskin Avenue
    Fifth Ave. to Bigelow Blvd. (both sides) – 30 metered spaces
  • Sennott Street
    Oakland Ave. to Bouquet St. – 6 metered spaces
  • S Dithridge Street
    Lower spaces on both sides of street between Filmore St. & Forbes Ave. to accommodate Forbes-Craig – 30 metered spaces
  • Tennyson Street
    Fifth Ave. to Bigelow Blvd. (both sides) – 34 metered spaces
  • Terrace Street
    Two ADA metered spaces in front of PEC
  • Thackeray Street
    O'Hara St. to Fifth Ave. (both sides) – 34 metered spaces
  • University Place
    Fifth Ave. to O'Hara St. (both sides) – 23 metered spaces
  • Schenley Drive Extension
    Forbes Ave. to Schenley Drive – 40 metered spaces

 

Sources: Carlow University, Carnegie Mellon University, Chatham University, Duquesne University, Point Park University, and University of Pittsburgh


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