Can't make it to campus? Experience Carnegie Mellon University online!
Taking advantage of our virtual visit options is a great way to experience Carnegie Mellon if you can't make it to campus - or if you want to learn more from the comfort of your own home. The videos and links below allow you to hear from admission staff, faculty, current students and other Carnegie Mellon community members. Check back often - we'll add more content as it becomes available.
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From the Office of Admission
We recognize that navigating the college admission process is complicated and that answers to your questions can be difficult to come by. That's why some of our experienced staff from the Office of Admission sat down for an Admission Q&A panel. They answered questions about admission and financial aid, our colleges and programs, and life as a student in Pittsburgh.
Can't access YouTube? Watch the panel here!
A Day in the Life of a Tartan
Tartans are naturally bold, collaborative, curious and passionate. It's no wonder that CMU offers a great breadth of academic, athletic and social opportunities for students.
Follow our Tartan Ambassadors on a virtual tour through campus with a series of videos, exploring a few ways we support your academic journey. You can also find out answers to commonly asked student questions, directly from our Tartans.
From Our Faculty
With more than 1,400 full and part-time teaching and research faculty members and a student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1, our students have the opportunity to learn from world-renowned faculty – the best in the business. We're proud to say that approximately 96% have a Ph.D. or equivalent, and that our award-winning faculty have been recognized by professional societies across the board. Hear more from our faculty!
If you want to hear even more from our faculty, watch presentations from the CMU Futures Summit, where Carnegie Mellon faculty gathered to discuss the university’s role as the leader at the nexus of technology and humanity, and they tried to answer the question: how can the future be built in a responsible, equitable and sustainable way?
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