Visitors - Carnegie Mellon and the G-20 - Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh Welcomes the World.
Carnegie Mellon Welcomes You.

Some call it "America's Most Livable City," but Pittsburgh is more than just "livable." The city and its surrounding areas boast two national champion sports teams, cultural centers like the Carnegie Museum, some of the highest rated green architecture in the world, and more than 25 colleges and universities.

For more information, browse the Visit Pittsburgh website.

Carnegie Mellon is currently planning a number of on-campus events during the week of September 21. Stay tuned, as more details will be published when plans are finalized. In the meantime, plan your visit using these helpful sites

If you're a member of the press, visit our media page for complete details of university tours.

Note: The Economist has ranked Pittsburgh the most livable city in the U.S. in June 2009, a place its held since it started measuring livability ratings in 2005.

Official Sites

Eds-Meds Powerhouses: Carnegie Mellon, UPMC and Pitt

Pittsburgh G-20 Partnership: Local Government Site

Pittsburgh Summit 2009: White House Site