Targeted outreach is bringing more students from rural Pennsylvania to Pitt.
A dual emergency of trauma and destroyed infrastructure is emerging in Ukraine. Pitt psychiatrists Alexandre Dombrovski and Carmen Andreescu are using their expertise to help.
The national need for well-trained nurses is as serious as ever. Students and graduates of Pitt’s School of Nursing are, as always, rising to the occasion.
The Pitt Climate Action Plan spells out how investments in clean energy, transportation and efficiency will reduce the University’s carbon footprint to zero.
Every year for nearly six decades, Pennsylvania has funded a tuition discount for in-state students attending Pitt and other state-related universities. This funding packs powerful benefits, reducing tuition costs by $15,000 annually for in-state Pitt students and making a world-class education more accessible and affordable for families throughout the state. This is a powerful, life-changing benefit for the state’s residents—and it’s at risk.
Reinvention never stops
Schenley Quadrangle contains five of Pitt’s 14 residence halls.
Schenley Park, with 456 acres of trails, woods and attractions, is a quick walk or bike ride from the Pittsburgh campus.
The 42-story Cathedral of Learning (“Cathy” to many students) stands at the heart of the Pittsburgh campus.
Heinz Field is home to Pitt Panthers football.
Pittsburgh is home to 440-plus bridges—more than any other city, even Venice—and three rivers.
Students rub the nose of the Pitt Panther statue on campus for good luck on exams.