Ukrainian at the University of Pittsburgh
The Ukrainian language has been taught continuously at the University of Pittsburgh for over 40 years. As is common with most less-commonly-taught languages, class sizes in beginning, intermediate, and advanced Ukrainian are relatively small. For this reason, gifts are especially critical in enabling us to continue to teach Ukrainian. As a strong Slavic Department attached to one
of only fifteen Centers for Russian and East European Studies in the US, we are committed to do whatever we can to keep Ukrainian among the languages we offer in our department.
Giving to the Ukrainian Studies Endowed Scholarship at the University of Pittsburgh
Efforts are underway to grow the Ukrainian Studies Scholarship Fund endowment in order to achieve our goal of guaranteeing instruction of Ukrainian at Pitt regardless of
class size. In addition to Ukrainian language instruction, the fund is used towards student scholarships and other activities that support the Ukrainian Studies Program.
How to Give
Visit our online giving page to make your online gift to the Ukrainian Studies Scholarship Fund
Please print our mail-in-gift form and write the fund you would like to support in the “Other” box (e.g., Ukrainian Studies Scholarship Fund)
Checks should be made payable to the University of Pittsburgh. Please write Ukrainian Studies Scholarship Fund on the memo line of the check. You may mail your check to:
University of Pittsburgh
PO Box 640093
Pittsburgh, PA 15264-0093
Call the University of Pittsburgh at 1-800-817-8943 to make your gift by phone
For more information, or if you have questions, please contact Tom Golightly, Sr. Executive Director of Development for the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, at email@example.com or 412-624-3201.