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Take part in the Pitt Advocates day of digital advocacy on Feb. 28

Roc the Panther poses in front of the Pennsylvania Capitol Building

This year marks 236 years of the University of Pittsburgh’s positive impact on Pennsylvania and the world. And for nearly 60 years, the commonwealth has supported Pitt and Pennsylvania families with an appropriation that gives a $15,000 tuition discount to in-state students.

On Feb. 28, join Pitt Advocates — a diverse network of students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends from across Pitt’s five campuses — for a day of digital advocacy by asking your elected officials to continue that support.

Pitt Advocates share their stories with legislators in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C., and mobilize support for the University. Become a member to build relationships with your elected officials and communicate the global impact of Pitt’s academics, research and innovation.

And, find more ways to support Pitt during state budget season.