Carnegie Mellon University is a global research university with a proud heritage of outstanding graduate and undergraduate education and research. Our vision is that Carnegie Mellon will meet the changing needs of society by building on its traditions of innovation, problem solving and interdisciplinarity. From the arts to technology and humanities and the sciences we reach across boundaries to bring together bright minds to move us forward locally, nationally and globally with creative solutions to worldwide challenges.
Carnegie Mellon is home to excellent faculty and students in our seven schools and colleges: College of Engineering, College of Fine Arts, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Heinz College, Mellon College of Science, School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business and over 100 research centers around the globe.
Because of our interdisciplinary nature, it is sometimes difficult for prospective graduate students to identify the Carnegie Mellon graduate program that would be appropriate for them. In addition to searching for programs through the departmental websites we have several guides which may facilitate your exploration of the degrees and programs offered.
Each program has its own admissions process, including deadlines and requirements, and makes its own arrangements regarding financial support of potential graduate students so please communicate directly with the relevant department regarding admissions.
Please browse our website for more information on Carnegie Mellon's admissions, academics and graduate student programs and services. Since your personal experience and growth are a valuable part of your education at Carnegie Mellon, we invite you to find out about student life including organizations such as the Graduate Student Assembly and opportunities for professional development and creating communities. Discover the benefits Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas have to offer as one of the most livable cities in the United States.
Suzie Laurich-McIntyre, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice Provost for Graduate Education
Carnegie Mellon University
533 Warner Hall
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), requires institutions of higher education that participate in federal financial aid programs (e.g., federal loan programs, Pell grants, Federal Work-Study) to make available an annual security and fire safety report and an annual equity in athletics report.
As required by law, Carnegie Mellon University’s security and fire safety report describes security, alcohol and drug, sexual assault and fire safety policies, and contains statistics on the number and type of crimes committed on campus and cause of fires in campus residence facilities during the preceding three years. You can obtain a copy by contacting the Carnegie Mellon Police Department at 412-268-6232 or by sending an email to email@example.com. The annual security and fire safety report is also available online at www.cmu.edu/police/security-fire-reports/index.html.
The equity in athletics report contains information about Carnegie Mellon University’s intercollegiate athletics program, including data regarding sport sponsorship, student-athlete participation, and program revenues and expenses. A printed copy of the university’s most recent report is available upon request by calling the Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation at 412-268-8054 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The information is also available online each November 1 at http://ope.ed.gov/athletics/. Upon visiting the site, select “Get data for one institution” from the right side of the page, enter “Carnegie Mellon University” in the “Name of Institution” field, click the “Search” button at the bottom of the page, and select “Carnegie Mellon University” in the “Institution” column.