Welcome to Student Affairs
Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley has a great deal to offer both prospective and current students. The Student Affairs Office seeks to enhance the academic and social experience of all students by serving as a resource and advocate on a variety of important matters such as enrollment and course registration, student accounts, international student services, involvement with local professional and networking associations, and other related activities. The office also guides students toward information and resources pertaining to technology, bicoastal programs, and health and wellness issues. Information on community and social events, including tours of Silicon Valley and excursions to nearby San Francisco, is also available.
The Student Affairs Office also organizes and hosts major on-campus events such as Orientation, The Gathering, and Graduation. In addition, the office facilitates student performance reviews, course surveys, and participates in the 'Improve the Student Experience' task force.
The Student Affairs Office is open from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm, Monday through Thursday and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Friday to accommodate the busy schedules of both our full-time and part-time working students. Feel free to contact the Student Affairs staff with any questions, concerns, or suggestions.Gerry Panelo Elizondo Director of Student Affairs email@example.com 650-335-2846
Student Affairs Services
In this section, you can explore various services that are offered both at the Silicon Valley and Pittsburgh campuses to ensure your academic and professional success.
- Career and Professional Resources
- Academic Communication and Culture Summer Program
- Employer Reimbursement Programs
- The Gathering
- Graduation and Commencement
International Student Services
To support our international student population, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley works in close partnership with the Office of International Education (OIE) located at the main campus. Our foreign student and scholar advisor at OIE is Jennifer McNabb, firstname.lastname@example.org, 412.268.5231
For full-time students, you will be working closely with the Office of International Education as you prepare for your studies at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley. Note that participation in New Student Orientation is mandatory, as you will need to officially check in with OIE at the Orientation program. If you have any questions, contact Jennifer McNabb.
Enrollment and Course Registration
Each newly admitted student will be assigned an Andrew User ID and Student ID number. This information will be given to you by Student Affairs once you have confirmed your enrollment with CMU Silicon Valley and have paid your enrollment deposit.
With this information, you will be able to access a number of important student on-line resources via Enrollment Services - The HUB.
For new incoming students, you will be automatically registered for your Fall semester courses (your first semester). However, starting your 2nd semester, you will be required to register for classes via your Online Student Registration page.
Important websites are:
- The HUB - The main website for financial aid and enrollment services.
- Student Information Online (SIO) - To view your student account, change your address, check your grades, and other important information.
- On-Line Registration - To register for classes starting your 2nd semester.
- For your first semester, Student Affairs will register you for your appropriate courses.
- For continuing students, you will be responsible for registering via the SIO website for your courses. Further information regarding this process will be provided at the end of each semester via email, Twiki page, and Student Newsletter.
Student Affairs Resources
Many resources are available to Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley students to ensure academic success and smooth transition to life as a student and to the Silicon Valley area. If at any time you have any questions, please contact Gerry Elizondo, Director of Student Affairs.