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The Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Association provides opportunities for the continued success of the Pitt-Greensburg community while supporting the educational missions of our alma mater. Stay connected with classmates through alumni communications, activities, and different events throughout the year. We encourage you to get involved by volunteering your time, talents, and resources.

Wednesday, August 24 Move-In Day -- Volunteers Needed
Friday, September 23 - Saturday, October 1 Blue & Gold Celebration 2022
Friday, September 23 Pitt-Greensburg Gold Outing presented by Elliott Group
Monday, September 26 - Friday, October 7 Art Show @ Pitt-Greensburg
Saturday, October 1 Blue & Gold Festival and Picnic
Saturday, October 1 Alumni Celebration Dinner
Saturday, October 1 Casino Night & Homecoming Dance
Friday, December 2 Merry Mingle


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Volunteers Needed for Admissions Pitt-nic

The Office of Admissions invites alumni to share their campus experiences with students and their families at the upcoming Pitt-nic. Alumni from all majors are welcome. Mix and mingle with families over lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the following date:
• Saturday, July 16

Volunteers are encouraged to wear their Pitt gear and should report to the Alumni Pavilion.

Register as a volunteer >>

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Let Us Shine the Spotlight on You

Take the alumni spotlight questionnaire, and the PGAA will feature you in an upcoming spotlight in the monthly e-Connections newsletter.  Share your memories of campus, tell us what you've been up to since graduation, and recommend a good book, movie or TV show, and more.


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Support Our Students

There are many ways for you to help students.

 Help students who are in immediate need of financial assistance by supporting the PGAA Student Emergency Fund. This helps a student with the cost of books, student and lab fees, rent, travel, and food during extraordinary circumstances.

 Volunteer for a career panel. The PGAA is partnering with Career Services to provide students, especially the Class of 2020, with advice as they navigate a new virtual job landscape.  Alumni are especially needed in the these areas: criminal justice, psychology, history, biology, management/accounting, information sciences, chemistry, social sciences, applied math, communication, visual and performing arts.

 Share job openings, internships, and job shadowing experiences through Career Services, and Handshake.

 Join Pitt Commons.

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Get Involved with the PGAA Committees

PGAA Committees are a great way to become involved.  Plan events with fellow alumni, and assist with alumni engagement.  Committee members can be non-Board members.  Events, Engagement and Professional Development are the current committees.  For more information or to join a committee, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at or 724-836-7496.