We aspire to be a university that strengthens our communities—from the Pitt community, to our region and the world around us—by expanding engagements, supporting collaborations, and embracing a global perspective. The University's strategic plan reflects this aspiration. Read the Plan »
Last year, Pitt people contributed more than 467,000 hours of volunteer service in the Pittsburgh area.
The Pitt medical school's Matilda Theiss Health Center helps underserved populations.
日本一本道最新高清无码 Pitt purchases $1.7 billion in local goods and services annually.
日本一本道最新高清无码 Pitt police serve the Oakland community, reducing costs for the city.
Pitt’s School of Law supports clinics in elder law, health law, and tax law.
日本一本道最新高清无码 The Pitt Dental Clinic provides low-cost care to residents who couldn’t otherwise afford it.
Pitt social work student-interns devote 300,000 hours annually to human service.
日本一本道最新高清无码 The University of Pittsburgh supports more than 33,800 local jobs.
日本一本道最新高清无码 Pitt has spent more than $2 billion on local construction projects in the last two decades.
Some $9.6 million is generated for Pittsburgh annually through Pitt's City Employee Wage Tax withholdings.
日本一本道最新高清无码 Pitt's Congress of Neighboring Communities advocates for nearly 690,000 local residents.
Pitt students spend about $390 million annually on local goods, services, and rental payments.
Each year, Pitt brings about $700 million in research funding to Western Pennsylvania.
A Central Point of Contact
Pitt's (CGR) maintains relationships with all levels of government—federal, Commonwealth, county and city—while leading Pitt's community-facing work through collaboration, communication and facilitation of University engagement with its broader communities. CGR is responsive, bringing neighborhood voices, policy awareness and issues-based activity together by bridging internal and external stakeholders to forge new coalitions.
Pitt has strengthened its commitment to communities with long-term investments in infrastructure, staff and programs. Notably, this includes the inception of in the Pittsburgh communities of Homewood and the Hill District. The engages students in meaningful and ethical service to the community locally, nationally and internationally. Students participate in service-learning activities and trips. Faculty, staff and students also serve through many community-based programs.
Partner With Pitt
日本一本道最新高清无码Pitt's many community programs strengthen both the University and our communities by advancing learning, using the institution's assets and resources for society's gain, and bringing prestige to the region and the Commonwealth.
Pitt students, faculty, and staff members enjoy for community-service projects. is a University-wide initiative that connects individual students and student groups seeking service opportunities with organizations that need volunteers.