Mudge House-Housing Services - Carnegie Mellon University

Mudge House

Known for its beautiful architecture and traditional charm, Mudge is a co-ed community of 310 students with a live-in upperclass mentor program. Each spring, Mudge hosts a Dinner with the Deans and Faculty event, when more than 30 faculty and staff come to Mudge for a celebratory dinner with over 100 Mudge residents. Faculty get to know students better and students get to see their faculty in a different light. It's a great tradition that truly connects Mudge residents with the larger CMU community.

Located on Morewood Avenue, Mudge is a mansion originally built by the Mudge family of Pittsburgh who later donated it to the university. The first floor has a spacious lounge, a quiet study area, and a television room. Mudge House has two residence wings that overlook the garden courtyard. 

Mudge House at a Glance

ROOM TYPES: Prime singles, doubles, triples, quads; standard singles, doubles, triples

CAPACITY: 310 residents

DEMOGRAPHICS: Mostly first-year, some upper-class, male, female

LOCATION: Morewood corridor

AMENITIES: study areas, common lounge areas, television room, fitness room, common kitchen area, laundry, outdoor courtyard, koi pond

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Mudge Housefellow
David Chickering
 
David Chickering
  
His advice to first-year students: "Get to know people. You will learn a lot and things will make more sense, or less sense. Either way, you will be better for it."
Mudge Facility Coordinator Tom Brooks
 
Tom Brooks
 
Tom is a long-standing member of the CMU community. He coordinates housing facilities in the Morewood corridor including Morewood E Tower and Gardens, Stever, and Mudge.