If you are looking for a way to stay connected with your alma-mater and other Pitt alumns, consider getting involved with a local Pitt Club, an Affinity Council, become a Pitt Advocate or consider joining the Pitt Alumni Association.
The Pitt Alumni Association has over 40 Pitt Clubs throughout the United States and abroad. Alumni clubs are geographic-based groups that support the University through a variety of activities for alumni and fans including game watches, community service projects, etc.. They reflect the spirit of Pitt worldwide! For more information visit Pitt Clubs.
The Pitt Alumni Association Affinity Councils are groups of alumni who have a shared interest and common bond in their relationship with the University of Pittsburgh. Affinity Councils provide an opportunity for alumni to connect with each other through one or more of their former student activities, a religious affiliation or cultural passion. For more information visit Pitt Councils.
Pitt Advocates is a network of alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends who share a commitment to higher education and to the University of Pittsburgh. Volunteers communicate to elected officials Pitt's accomplishments, goals, needs, and the importance of supporting an outstanding teaching and research institution. Join the growing group of people who are actively promoting the University of Pittsburgh! Pitt Advocates receive legislative briefings, invitations to events, and have the opportunity to influence lawmakers during Pitt Day in Harrisburg. For more information visit Pitt Advocates.