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CMU Academic Resources

Student Information Online
Your Class Schedule, Registration, Grades, Finances, etc.

Schedule of Classes
Searchable List of Classes Offered

Academic Calendar

Research

Academic Programs Point of Contact

Undergraduate Program
Andrea Francioni Rooney
Director of Undergraduate Programs

Master's Program
Melissa Ritchie
Master's Program Manager

PhD Program 
David Vey
Director of Graduate Programs

Academic Administrators

Kelvin Gregory
CEE Executive Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

Burcu Akinci
CEE Department Head and Paul Christiano Professor 

Bryan Koval
Director of Student Support Resources
CMU Student Affairs

Campus Support

Dean of Students

Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs

Academic Support

Student Academic Success Center
Academic coaching, subject-specific tutoring, effective communication strategies, accommodations for students with disabilities, and language support for multilingual learners. 

Language and Cross-cultural Support
English language support for non-native speakers and ITA Certification 

Global Communication Center
Free communication consulting Monday through Friday, and free workshops regularly throughout the semester. 

Disability Resources 

Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence
Pedagogical and technological issues to support Carnegie Mellon faculty and graduate students in their roles as educators.

Academic Integrity
University policy and contact information



Student Groups

CEE Connected Groups

Campus Support

Tartan Connect
Student Organization Portal to connect with hundreds of student groups across campus.

 

Events

Geena Provenzano
CEE Events Coordinator

  • CEE Events Calendar
  • Student Event Support

Room Reservations

CEE Graduate Seminar

CEE seminars are open to the CMU campus community

CEE Career Services

Need help with your resume or cover letter? Interested in honing your networking skills or looking for career advice? The Career and Professional Development Center is a great resource to use when you are launching your career search. 

Handshake is an important resource for career opportunity listings and registration for campus career fairs.

Undergraduate Students Sarah Kurz
Graduate Students Amanda Halula

Financial

Purchasing & Reimbursements
Reimbursement Forms and Instructions

CEE Grants and Funding
Beth Hockenberry

CEE Student New Hire
Beth Hockenberry

Campus Support

CEE DEI Committee
(Website)

Greg Lowry
Walter J. Blenko, Sr. Professor
Co-Chair of CEE DEI Committee

Heather M. Cain
Research Administrator
Co-Chair of CEE DEI Committee 

Burcu Akinci
CEE Department Head and Paul Christiano Professor 

Campus Support

Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion
Resources to enhance an inclusive and transformative student experience in dimensions such as access, success, campus climate, and intergroup dialogue. Additionally, the Center supports and connects historically underrepresented students and those who are the first in their family to attend college in a setting where students’ differences and talents are appreciated and reinforced.

CMU Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX
Resources pertaining to harassment and discrimination on campus.

CMU Ethics & Safety Hotline
Individuals can anonymously file a report by calling 844-587-0793 or visiting cmu.ethicspoint.com. All submissions will be reported to the appropriate university office. Carnegie Mellon University's ethics reporting hotline is operated by Report It, an independent, third-party, anonymous reporting hotline service.

 

IT & Facilities Assistance

Computing

For IT help email it-help@cmu.edu or call 412-268-4357. 

Many questions can be answered by visiting the CMU Computing Services Tech Guide

For software, visit the CMU Software Catalog or visit one of the campus computing labs. The closes to CEE is Baker 140C. 

Additional Information

Facilities 

Emergencies - Campus Police   412-268-2323 
Key and Card Swipe Issues help@ce.cmu.edu 
Restroom Issue fixit@andrew.cmu.edu  

Building Floorplans and Campus Maps

CMU Ethics & Safety Hotline
Individuals can anonymously file a report by calling 844-587-0793 or visiting cmu.ethicspoint.com. All submissions will be reported to the appropriate university office. Carnegie Mellon University's ethics reporting hotline is operated by Report It, an independent, third-party, anonymous reporting hotline service.

Health & Wellness

Health Services

University Health Services
High-quality care for all students.
Services by appointment only.

After-hours & Emergency Care

For medical advice when UHS is closed, call 412-268-2157

LOCAL URGENT CARE CENTERS
Emergencies: call University Police at 412-268-2323 or call 911

Mental Health Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS)

Safe, confidential environment for students to talk about personal and academic concerns.
CaPS is one of many support resources on campus available to help CMU students with a range of struggles. 

Student Affairs Wellness Initiatives

Wellness Initiatives offers an array of resources and programs from online resources to the Mindfulness Room, Paws to Relax pet therapy, and more.