Summer Intern Housing
Summer Intern Housing at Carnegie Mellon University is available to students fulfilling internships with local Pittsburgh businesses. Situated in the heart of Oakland, CMU's campus is near dozens of restaurants and cafés, parks, cultural and shopping districts, as well as a short commute to downtown. One of the most livable cities, Pittsburgh is home to over 86,000 students from 10 colleges and universities. Among mid-sized metros, the American Institute of Economic Research ranks it No. 3 for students.
Carnegie Mellon University’s Summer Intern Housing accommodations will officially begin on Saturday, May 27, 2023, and end at noon on Saturday, August 12, 2023.
The nightly rates are as follows:
|Double occupancy in a double room (2 people per room)||$47.00 (per person/per night)|
|Single occupancy in a single room (1 person per room)||$54.00 (per person/per night)|
|Single occupancy in a double room (1 person per room)||$63.00 (per person/per night)|
Please note: the entire cost of your length of stay must be paid in full at time of registration.
In order to qualify for Summer Intern Housing, students must be 18 years or older and provide evidence of their internship, such as a letter of acknowledgment from the company as well as the name and contact information of their corporate internship supervisor. Students who qualify will reside in various university apartments. Residents have their own kitchens and bathrooms as a part of the apartment style living. All utility costs are included in the nightly rate. The many amenities available include a 24-hour secured, air-conditioned and fully furnished apartment (bed linens, pillows, towels, microwaves, cooking and cleaning supplies are not provided), free Wi-Fi, and on-site laundry.
A complimentary guest internet account will be available upon check-in.
Parking accommodations are not coordinated by Conference & Event Services
In accordance with Carnegie Mellon’s COVID-19 mitigation policies, everyone participating in programs, events or accommodations on the university’s campus age 5 and older is required to be either fully vaccinated* against COVID-19 or, if not fully vaccinated, must have received a negative COVID-19 test result within three days prior to coming on campus. For recurring events/programs/accommodations, unvaccinated individuals must be retested on a weekly basis, for each week in which the individual is on campus.
*To be considered “fully vaccinated” a person must receive a booster shot within 60 days of becoming eligible for the booster, in addition to the initial dose(s) of vaccine.
Once fully registered and paid, an attestation form will be emailed to you for completion.