Important Announcement: Ways to Learn about Carnegie Mellon While On-Campus Events Remain on Hold
One of the many impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak is that Carnegie Mellon's campus in Pittsburgh is currently closed. This means that we unfortunately aren't able to welcome you for an on-campus visit.
Even though campus is closed, you can still experience Carnegie Mellon without ever leaving home. We’d encourage you to register for a live Virtual Information Session or check out a recorded session, which will provide more information about our colleges and programs, campus community, the city of Pittsburgh and our admission and financial aid processes. If you're a current or rising senior, you can sign up for a Virtual Admission Counseling Session, where you and your family can speak with an admission counselor about Carnegie Mellon. You can also explore Carnegie Mellon with videos of campus highlights and a birds-eye tour of our campus. Additionally, you can follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to stay up-to-date with the Office of Admission.
We'll also be adding more opportunities to connect virtually to our website, so check back regularly. And as always, we're available via email, phone and chat during normal business hours.
You can find more information about the university's response to COVID-19 here. Please don't hesitate to contact the Office of Admission with any questions or concerns.
For groups/organizations of 10 or more students/visitors wishing to visit campus please visit our Group Visits page for specific information.
Due to security guidelines and space constraints, the Office of Admission will not be able to store any luggage or personal belongings during your visit. We apologize for the inconvenience and ask you to plan accordingly.
Out of respect for all visitors to the Office of Admission, dogs are not permitted to accompany visitors on campus tours. Dogs are permitted on campus grounds when leashed and properly attended. Dogs, cats and other pets are not permitted in any university buildings including residence halls and fraternities and sororities. Service animals are exempt from these restrictions. More information about the university's pets on campus policy can be found here.
On certain high volume visit days, we may need to limit the number of family members who can attend the information session due to space constraints.
Persons with disability challenges who may need additional accommodation are welcome to call the Office of Admission at 412.268.2082.
Please be advised that prospective and university students may be photographed randomly while in the university's common areas either by the university's photographer or third party individuals who may or may not be affiliated with the university. Photographs taken by the university's photographer may be published in marketing or other university materials. The university shall not be liable for any damages or costs whatsoever alleged by any student or third party relating to any photographs taken and/or published.
Even if you can't make it to campus, you can experience Carnegie Mellon from the comfort of home. Check out our virtual visit opportunities to learn more about admission, our campus community, our faculty and more.Experience Carnegie Mellon Online
Take an hour-long Carnegie Mellon campus tour led by our Andrew Ambassadors. You’ll walk through popular areas of campus and receive a general overview of life at Carnegie Mellon. Our tour is focused on the student experience and our ambassadors sharing their unique perspective that comes from being actively engaged in the campus community.Learn more about campus tours
The Office of Admission offers on-campus information sessions for prospective students throughout the year.Learn more about information sessions
Admission Counseling Sessions
A college admission counseling session allows rising seniors to ask questions about Carnegie Mellon's unique majors or programs of interest as well as the admission process.Learn more about admission counseling sessions
Departmental Tours and Events
Various schools and departments offer opportunities for prospective students and their families to tour facilities, attend an information session or meet with a staff member.Learn more about departmental tours and events
Turn Tartan Overnight
See first-hand what life on campus is like when you attend one of our weekend events. Turn Tartan Overnights begin on Sunday morning and last through Monday afternoon.Learn about Turn Tartan Overnight Weekend
Visit Carnegie Mellon in a City Near You
In the summer and fall, the Carnegie Mellon admission staff travels to various parts of the country to present our information session. We provide information about our colleges and programs, admission and financial aid, and campus life.Learn more about off-campus information sessions
We'd like to welcome your group to visit campus. We can offer groups of 10 or more a private campus tour.Learn more about groups visits
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