Better Catalog and Curriculum Processes with University of Pittsburgh
Case Study

With 31,000 students and 17 different schools across five campuses, The University of Pittsburgh (PITT) was using a home- grown system to host their academic catalogs for both Graduate and Undergraduate programs. The University of Pittsburgh knew they needed a more effective to manage the production of academic catalogs and manage the curriculum proposal and change request process.


“Our catalog was really just a website. It was not searchable, so most people just ignored it. We had duplicate information out there, because sometimes people would update one thing and fail to update the other thing,” confessed Patti Mathay, Registrar at the University of Pittsburgh.


Staff would then manually update course and catalog data on websites and other campus systems. One person at the Office of the Registrar had to interpret the changes requested by faculty and staff and make the changes into the catalog. Their curriculum proposal and change request process was also inefficient.


“The hard part used to always be an issue of understanding where the proposal was at any given moment.” – Ryan Streno, Sr. Systems Analyst at The University of Pittsburgh


Learn how the University of Pittsburgh transformed their catalog and curriculum processes and developed a system that benefited faculty, staff, and students.

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