The Community Engagement Center in Homewood is part of Neighborhood Commitments, The University of Pittsburgh’s effort to build stronger communities and a stronger University based on long-term place-based partnerships. In partnership with residents and stakeholders in communities like Homewood, the University is making long-term commitments of investment, infrastructure, programming, and staffing in Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods.
Visit the CEC
Address & Contact
University of Pittsburgh Community Engagement Center in Homewood
622 N Homewood Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
|Monday - Friday||9:00am-6:30pm *later evening hours if scheduled in advance|
|Saturday||Pitt Enrich Only|
|Sat||closed to public|
|Sun||*only if scheduled in advance|
*hours subject to change depending on programming. Please inquire at: CECHomewood@pitt.edu or contact the CEC Director Michelle directly at: Michelle.Stewart@pitt.edu or via phone at (412) 624-2733
Parking & Transportation
Metered parking lot at the corner of Kelly Street and Homewood Avenue (across from CCAC)
Metered on-street parking
PAT bus 74 stops directly in front of the CEC at the Homewood Ave at Kelly Street stop
The University of Pittsburgh's Community Engagement Center in Homewood's Team
Pitt’s Neighborhood Commitment in Homewood is led by Community Engagement Center Director Michelle Stewart. Michelle is a dedicated, full-time Pitt staff person working on the ground in Homewood as a facilitator, connector, and communicator responsible for linking University faculty and students with community leaders and residents.
Front Desk Receptionist| Administrative Assistant to the Director
Branden Ballard, Associate Director of Training and Programs
Institute for Entrepreneural Excellence
Homewood Advisory Council
The University’s approach in Homewood is informed at every stage by the Homewood Advisory Council of community leaders and residents who guide how the CEC in Homewood benefits local partners and community members.