Student involvement has shaped Carnegie Mellon in to the world class university that it is today. Each person that invests in the university plays a part in who we are as an institution but also who we will become. In addition to shaping the university, students who become active in the campus community are provided with opportunities to grow and develop skills that complement their overall academic achievement.
Looking for ways to get involved?
Check out student governance organizations like Student Senate, Graduate Student Assembly, Student Dormitory Council, or Activities Board
Learn more about Greek Life and Campus Wellness
Expand your horizons through multicultural initiatives, civic engagement, LGBTQ Resources, spirituality and meaning making, and leadership opportunities
Explore the city through the Pittsburgh Connections and Arts Pass programs
Meet new people at events like Late Night or the University Lecture Series
Still not sure, check out the listing of over 250 active student organizations