Community success is a key aspect of Carnegie Mellon's Strategic Plan. We strive to provide a rewarding and supportive environment in which to learn and work. We believe that any efforts to build our community should include the widest possible involvement of individuals and campus groups. Our ability to make the best use of our community's strengths will ultimately determine Carnegie Mellon's ability to realize our vision of being a leader among institutions.
Respect for and encouragement of diversity cannot be a top-down approach only. It must be embraced and advocated by everyone at the university. All members of the campus community should see how they can get involved and help make Carnegie Mellon a more diverse work, research and learning environment. See what we're doing and how you can get involved.