An Economic Engine

  • Donated Dental Care

    More than 40,000 people received donated care from Pitt's School of Dental Medicine in one year.

  • Helping Local Businesses

    Local businesses obtained $10.58 million in new capital with help from Pitt's Institute of Entrepreneurial Excellence.

  • Serving Communities

    Pitt social work students provided $6 million in services to Pittsburgh-area communities.

  • $9.6 million generated for Pittsburgh through City Employee Wage Tax withholdings.
  • Parents, visitors, and guests at the Pitt campus contributed $151 million in visitor-related expenditures.
  • More than 123,000 Pitt alumni live in Pittsburgh and surrounding counties, renting or purchasing homes, paying taxes, and contributing to the local economy; and about 183,000 alumni live in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  • $10.58 million in new capital obtained by local businesses with help from Pitt’s Institute of Entrepreneurial Excellence.
  • Pitt social work students provided $6 million in services to Pittsburgh-area communities.
  • More than 40,000 people received.donated care from Pitt’s School of Dental Medicine in one year.
  • Pitt students spent about $389 million in the region on goods, services, and rental payments.
  • $62.4 billion in economic impact produced.