Schedule-Cèilidh - Carnegie Mellon University


Cèilidh Weekend - October 9-12, 2014

Cèilidh weekend offers a variety of events for Tartans of ALL ages. To help you make the most of your return to campus, we have posted the entire weekend schedule as well as some highlights tailored to members of the Carnegie Mellon community — Carnegie Tech Years (alumni from the 60s, 50s and 40s), families and current students — below.

Note: Please continue to visit the Cèilidh website as the schedule of events is subject to change prior to Cèilidh. All schedule updates will be posted every Friday by 5 pm EST. Event locations will not be listed until several weeks prior to Cèilidh.

Weekend Highlights


3-5 pm

11 am-3 pm

Alumni HouseAlumni House Open House
Stop by to get an insider's look at the newly renovated Alumni House on campus. Take a tour and learn its history and what it and the Alumni Association have to offer alumni, students, parents and friends. Light refreshments served. Please note, only the first floor is handicapped-accessible.


Delta Tau Delta New Shelter Dedication and BBQ
This year, Delta Beta Chapter will be hosting a weekend-long event during Carnegie Mellon's traditional Cèilidh Weekend Homecoming celebration. All alumni of the chapter are invited to check out the new Shelter, enjoy some delicious food, and reunite with Brothers old and new. The weekend celebrations will include a formal dedication of the new Shelter and a large barbeque. The father of Brother Sebastian Murati '17 will be preparing the food (following his BBQ at Carnival 2014, which received rave reviews). For more details and information on other events please check out our Facebook page or contact Sebastian Murati.
Registration Required/No Event Fee

11 am-1 pm

"Taste of Pittsburgh" Zero Waste Lunch & KidZone Activity Center
Loyal Scots: Be sure to wear your Loyal Scot pin to gain special access to a “fast pass” lane and bypass the crowds! Contact Dana Bekavac with questions or additional details.
Join us in celebrating campus sustainability while you enjoy a Pittsburgh-themed lunch. Bring your child by KidsZone for face painting, giveaways, coloring and other activities. Students from Sustainable Earth, The Sustainability House and the Carnegie Mellon Community Garden Group and many more will share their innovative sustainability projects with demos and hands-on activities.
Co-sponsored by the Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research & Green Practices  


SCS25: Kickoff of the Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the School of Computer Science
Stay tuned for exciting updates and the full slate of events!

Full Weekend Schedule

Carnegie Tech Years Event Highlights

Current CMU Students Event Highlights

Family Event Highlights