Explore Carnegie Mellon Online!

Taking advantage of our virtual visit options is a great way to experience Carnegie Mellon when you can't make it to campus. These videos below allow you to take a virtual journey through campus and hear from Carnegie Mellon community members. You can also register for a Waiting List Information Session. 

Ready to say yes to the Waiting List?

Submit your Waiting List Reply and then your Waiting List Update.

 


Attend the Now That I'm on the Waiting List Presentation

Led by an admission counselor, this session will provide an overview of Waiting List options, admission statistics and timeline. You'll also have a chance to ask any questions 

Register for the Waiting List Presentation

 


Bold. Collaborative. Curious. Passionate.

We are a community of big thinkers, working across disciplines to impact humanity in real, practical ways. Our students, faculty and staff make up a community like no other. Below, hear from members of our campus about what makes Carnegie Mellon so special.

 

Our Campus Community

Watch Life at CMU to learn how Student Affairs fosters your intellectual and personal growth and works alongside you to shape a rewarding and unforgettable college experience.


#TartanProud

We are #TartanProud. At CMU, we boast more than 400 Tartan student-athletes and 17 NCAA Division III teams. Watch some of our student athletes in action.

 

Student Resources and Support Services

Financial Aid

Watch our webinar or visit our Financial Aid page to learn more about the financial aid application process, the value of a Carnegie Mellon education and options for financing your education.

Study Abroad at CMU

Our students have studied abroad on every continent — including Antarctica! Students from every discipline can study abroad with a specially-tailored experience. Watch our Study Abroad Information Session to learn more.

Career and Professional Development Center

The Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) is Carnegie Mellon's one-stop shop for career services. Watch their Information Session to learn more.

Libraries

CMU Libraries offer rich resources and services to each student, and play vital roles in students' academic pursuits. Watch their Information Session to learn more.

Undergraduate Research Office

Research opportunities provide students with a competitive edge and an outlet to chase their passions. The Undergraduate Research Office (URO) has ample opportunity for funding, fellowships and advising. Watch their Information Session to learn more.

Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion

The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion offers resources to enhance an inclusive and transformative student experience in dimensions such as access, success, campus climate and intergroup dialogue. Additionally, the Center supports and connects historically underrepresented students and those who are first in their family to attend college in a setting where students’ differences and talents are appreciated and reinforced. Watch their Information Session to learn more. 

Student Academic Success Center

The Student Academic Success Center offers a wide variety of opportunities for students to deepen their understanding of who they are as learner, communicator and ultimately scholar.  The Success Center supports student success by providing academic coaching, tutoring, supplemental instruction and EXCEL collaborative groups, accommodations and support for students with disabilities and language support for English language learners.

Information Session

Watch a virtual version of our Information Session for a comprehensive introduction to Carnegie Mellon's colleges and programs, the city of Pittsburgh as well as the admission and financial aid processes. The Information Session will provide you the full Carnegie Mellon experience from the comfort of your own home or anywhere in the world!

 

From Our Faculty

Carnegie Mellon University Futures Summit

Watch 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?


More From Our Faculty