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Undergraduate Admission

In-Person Campus Tour

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Join us for a student-led tour of Carnegie Mellon's campus in Pittsburgh.

During the In-Person Campus Tour, our Tartan Ambassadors will show you classrooms, laboratories, traditions and unique architecture around campus. They'll also answer your questions and share an insider's perspective about life at Carnegie Mellon.

No tours will be available on Wednesdays.

Frequently Asked Questions

May I bring an extra guest to join the tour?

Yes, you may bring more than one guest.

Can I go inside buildings during the in-person tour?

Yes, the in-person campus tour will take you inside buildings to see classrooms, labs, common spaces and unique campus architecture.

Do you have a waitlist for In-person Campus Tours?

No, there's no waitlist for in-person tours at this time. You can check back on the tour registration page to see if any additional space has become available. Please note, registration closes 48 hours prior to a tour.

All in-person tours for the day I'm visiting are full; can I join a tour as a walk-in?

Unfortunately, we're not currently able to accommodate walk-in guests for the in-person tour. However, you're free to stop by the Coulter Welcome Center between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to ask questions, pick up more information about the university, explore the Welcome Center and grab a map to take a self-guided walk around campus.


Are the self-guided Outdoor Campus Walking Route and the In-Person Campus Tour the same?

No, they are two different tours. The Outdoor Campus Walking Route is a self-guided option, which includes both indoor and outdoor components to allow you to explore our campus. The Walking Route includes 25 stops with audio clips available for each stop; both a printed and digital version of the Walking Route map are also available.

The In-person Campus Tour is led by our Tartan Ambassadors, who'll share what it's like to be a student at Carnegie Mellon while leading guests around campus and through buildings. The Ambassadors will also highlight campus traditions, unique facilities, and more.

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Engage Online

While the campus tour offers an opportunity to see our campus, we encourage you to also register for our online visit offerings to engage more with current students and Carnegie Mellon staff.

Explore Online Visit Opportunities