Pitt aspires to be a university that strengthens our communities. Through community engagement, we bring together the best of education and research with the strengths, assets, and agendas of our communities to ensure that the benefits of this great university are enjoyed by all.
The Office of Community and Governmental Relations (CGR) acts as a point of contact to support this institutional mission, bridging internal and external stakeholders to forge new collaborations.
Community Engagement Announcements
Community Engaged Scholarship Forum: With the leadership of Provost Ann Cudd and Senior Vice Chancellor Kathy Humphrey, the Community Engaged Scholarship Forum annually celebrates the diversity of community-engaged work across the University of Pittsburgh. It is where faculty, students, staff, and community members come to present their community-engaged work, discover new avenues of partnership, network with those who do similar work and celebrate Pitt's commitment to community engagement. Registration for the Community Engaged Scholarship Forum.
Find Pitt in your community
Find Pitt in your community with the Engagement Map, an interactive tool that supports partnerships.
CGR leads Pitt's Neighborhood Commitments, an effort to build stronger communities and a stronger University based on long-term partnerships.
CGR works in close partnership with the Office of PittServes to build opportunities for students to get involved at the University and with the world around them.
Faculty & Staff Resources
CGR works to elevate and celebrate the community engaged work happening across campus.
Community Organizations & Residents
The University of Pittsburgh engages in mutually beneficial partnerships with our communities locally, nationally, and globally.