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Pittsburgh is an internationally recognized city, known for its research and industry, world-class medical facilities, corporate headquarters, cultural community and professional sports teams.
Carnegie Mellon believes in the advancement of sustainability practices across disciplines. Students can explore this topic through our Civil and Environmental Engineering and Architecture programs, as well as a number of additional majors and minors. The new Tepper Quad will reflect this mindset by boasting LEED Gold Certification Standards.
The Pausch Bridge literally and symbolically connects Carnegie Mellon’s technical and creative spaces. Students are poised to make impactful performances and visual pieces while also exploring the technological frontier of art mediums.
This year, students at Carnegie Mellon hail from forty-nine states and over sixty-five countries. We aim to create an atmosphere that cultivates a sense of community while embracing and valuing individuality. We are proud to embody a wide array of experiences and perspectives.
For over 100 years, Carnegie Mellon University has offered students a unique, hands-on education in programs from the fine arts to technology and everything in between. Explore all that Carnegie Mellon has to offer and see how our students and alumni are changing the world.
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There’s more to life at Carnegie Mellon than academics. Learn about all that Carnegie Mellon has to offer from over 280 clubs to the traditions you won’t find anywhere else.