- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford contributed $39.7 million in direct expenditures to the North Central Pennsylvania region in 2011, with a concentration of funds in McKean County. Students through off campus living and discretionary spending in the region contributed an additional nearly $10 million in direct expenditures to the region.
- Pitt‐Bradford generated $67.5 million in the regional economy in 2011. This includes the direct expenditures of the University and its students plus the indirect and induced effects created from these expenditures.
- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford contributed $45.3 million in economic output in the McKean County/North Central Pennsylvania region.
- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford supported a total of 740 jobs in the region in 2011, attributable to activities of the University and spending of its students. This included 555 direct jobs plus an additional 184 positions produced by the indirect effects of the University’s expenditures in the region and the induced effects of consumer spending for goods and services.
- Expenditures on capital projects at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford campus have increased significantly over the most recent decade. Between 2001 and 2010, capital project expenditures averaged over $6.3 million annually, a significant increase from just under one million dollars annually, on average, between 1996 and 2000.
- Pitt‐Bradford contributed $134,682 in local taxes between July 2010 and June 2011 through local payroll taxes.
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