About Pitt Advocates

Pitt Advocates is a network of alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends who advocate on behalf of the University of Pittsburgh by communicating with their elected officials to inform them of the benefits of higher education and encourage them to support Pitt.



As an advocate, you will receive …

Updates about legislation that affects Pitt
Opportunities to collaborate with elected officials and others in support of the University
Invitations to events, including the annual Pitt Day in Harrisburg

For more information about Pitt Advocates, contact Shannon Mischler by calling 412-624-0289 or emailing her at sjm130@pitt.edu.

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Pitt Day in Harrisburg
Sign up to be a Pitt Advocate
Find your state senator and/or state representative

To read the Pitt Community Update on U.S. Tax Reform Legislation click here.

To learn more about the Office of Community and Governmental Relations click here.

To view the Community and Governmental Relations newsletter click here.

To subscribe to the Community and Governmental Relations newsletter click here.

Thank you for a successful Pitt Day in Harrisburg!

Thank you to the Pitt alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends who were able to join us for an opportunity to influence state lawmakers and tell your University of Pittsburgh story at Pitt Day in Harrisburg on May 23, 2018.