Pitt's FY 2013-14 State Funding
The fiscal year 2013-14 Pennsylvania budget that Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law June 30 includes a $136.3 million appropriation for Pitt—a slight increase from last year, although the University's state funding remains essentially at 1995 levels in absolute dollars of support with no inflationary adjustment.
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 »
The University is a major contributor to Pennsylvania education, the state’s economy, and the community. Learn More »
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Middle States Commission Comments on Pitt's State Funding
Reducing public support for Pitt threatens the University as well as the region's economy, the Middle States Commission warned in its accreditation report.
"To the outside observer," recent cuts in Pitt's state funding have gone "beyond bone to marrow," the commission wrote. Learn more »
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