Gift Designation

You may designate your contribution to a scholarship, student resource fund, endowment, academic program, athletic team, recognized student group, campus physical plant need, or any other officially recognized Pitt-Greensburg project/program.

If the project or program that you would like to designate your contribution to is not listed, please contact Sheila Kudrick, Constituent Relationship Manager, at or 724-836-7039.


The vast majority of Pitt-Greensburg students receive some type of financial aid, making scholarships our single greatest financial need.  Scholarships are also an essential component in recruiting and retaining quality students. Your support of a Pitt-Greensburg scholarship will be your investment in a brighter future.

Student Resource Funds

Student resource funds provide financial support for books, lab fees, travel, or other educational expenses in a selected department.


Endowments are a source of enrichment for students and faculty. Establishing an endowment that supports students at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg enables the leaders of the future to pursue their goals through higher education. You can support the general endowment fund or choose a specific fund to support.

Academic Programs

With 31 major baccalaureate programs and 31 minor programs of study, the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg provides world-class education.


The athletic program at Pitt-Greensburg supports the academic mission of the University by promoting classroom learning and assisting faculty determination to enhance scholarship and lifelong learning. As part of the NCAA Division III, and the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference, the athletic program emphasizes group as well as individual growth by encouraging character development, leadership, teamwork, and good sportsmanship.

Other Pitt-Greensburg Funds

Other Pitt-Greensburg Funds are miscellaneous funds that are not directly associated with specific programs. The funds are just as equal in importance because choosing to support one ultimately helps strengthen the University as a whole.