Pitt seeks 6 percent increase in state funding for 2023-24
Penn State wants 47.6 percent hike of annual appropriation that lowers tuition for Pa. students at both schools.
Water damage leads to major renovations at University Club
Membership options — including perks and family discounts — expanded.
Chancellor search kicks off with sparsely attended town hall
Another in-person session planned for Oct. 7 and online forum set for Oct. 12.
Faculty and staff exercise facility back in Trees Hall as Ignite Fitness
The facility, run by the School of Education, is just one place Pitt employees can work out.
United Way campaign chair shares donation disparities, addresses coercion concerns
Faculty Assembly has questions after Human Resources strategic plan presentation.
Senate committee pursues earlier involvement in capital budget process
Faculty representative sought for re-envisioned Learning Space Management Team.
Student Affairs wants you to ‘Love your Crosswalk’ and be safe
Stickers draw attention to pedestrian safety at key intersections on Fifth and Forbes.
Year of Emotional Well-Being events, website coming soon
Student wellness leader Jay Darr reflects on COVID-related, support challenges for 2022-23
New to Pitt: Bradford residence life director feels at home
Sarah Martin moved back to Western Pennsylvania and to a campus she already knew.
Celebrate two festivals, food trucks and more during International Week
Eastern European and Latin American & Caribbean cultures honored next weekend.
Beware of investment counseling phishing scams
Pitt IT blocked 5,500 messages from just one source during 3 weeks in September.
Trustees audit committee approves 2021-22 financial statements
Records show some increases in net assets and revenue from tuition and fees.
Third Civic Action Week features workshops, in-person volunteering
Faculty, staff and students can sign up for a variety of projects on Oct. 21 and 22.