Facilities

With support from donors, the University of Pittsburgh, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Pitt Public Health has completed a $77 million, multi-year expansion and renovation project. The most significant investment in our physical plant since the founding of the school in 1948, the “Building for a Healthier World” project has funded the creation of new, state-of-the-art laboratories, academic areas, and communal spaces. 

Maximize Departments, Offices, and Center locations

Maximize Basic Facilities locations

Maximize Reserving Classrooms

Maximize Reserving Conference Rooms and Commons

Maximize Directional/Facilities Signage

Maximize Departmental Student Services Staff

Maximize Elevators

Maximize Room numbering

Maximize Hours

If you encounter any problems in a Pitt classroom, contact: 

Classroom Services
412-648-7240
classroomservices@pitt.edu
Classroom Problem Report Form

Facilities Announcements

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Pitt's community engagement programs, fortifying the interface of the University with the broader community 

Pitt's community engagement programs, fortifying the interface of the University with the broader community

Visit  www.cec.pitt.edu to learn about exciting partnership possibilities with local neighborhoods, community leaders, residents, faculty, staff, and students as part of Pitt’s 15-year commitment to strengthen communities and support learning! Pitt's Community Engagement Center in Homewood feature... (08/24/2020)
For additional information or to report a facilities issue, contact Ann Ostroski, ostroski@pitt.edu

Facilities News

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Origins of Pitt Public Health's iconic "Cantini Man" sculpture, according to King Friday (VIDEO) 

Origins of Pitt Public Health's iconic "Cantini Man" sculpture, according to King Friday (VIDEO)

In charming footage from an early episode of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," famed Pittsburgh muralist and sculptor, Virgil Cantini shares the maquette for his scientific "Man" sculpture and explains his vision for the work. The angular, larger-than-life metallic figure has adorned the Fifth Avenue ... (04/16/2018)
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