Carnegie Mellon students are more than just students — they are athletes, volunteers, writers, artists and innovators. The Division of Student Affairs supports all Carnegie Mellon students through a variety of programs and events, including study abroad, student activities, student life experiences and student development.
With intramural and Division III sports, an active Greek community, more than 130 student organizations and a range of student publications, Carnegie Mellon students take advantage of an education that goes beyond the classroom.
Off campus, students can join the 86,000 other college students who call Pittsburgh their higher-ed home. Offering countless sporting, recreational, educational and cultural experiences, Pittsburgh affords students all the best an urban campus has to offer. And area parks, both inside the city and outside, offer a convenient retreat to nature.
The Carnegie Mellon campus sits inside the city limits in Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood, a community rich with museums, libraries and entertainment, and home to both Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh.