• Pitt's FY 2014-15 State Funding

    Pitt trustees have approved a $1.97 billion operating budget for the fiscal year that began on July 1, 2014. The University's state funding remains at the same level as it was in 1995, in absolute dollars unadjusted for inflation. If inflationary adjustments are made, state support now is at its lowest level since Pitt became a public university in the mid-1960s. Learn More »

  • How Pitt Has Cut Costs

    The University has created efficiencies, cut costs, raised revenue from federal research grants and private fundraising, and tightened its overall budget. Learn More »

  • Pitt’s Value

    The University is a major contributor to Pennsylvania education, the state’s economy, and the community. Learn More »

  • Updates

    Read updates and op-ed pieces by Pitt leaders.

  • News Coverage

    Browse through an archive of news and editorials about Pitt and its importance to Pennsylvania.