Carnegie Mellon University

COVID-19 Updates

Information and resources for the CMU community

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Our collective actions on and off campus not only impact CMU but the Pittsburgh community at large.

Here are key takeaways to support a strong start to the academic year:

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More than 98% of CMU's students, faculty and staff are vaccinatedView the dashboard for additional information related to CMU's vaccine database, case numbers, testing and more.

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Tartan Testing


Tartan Testing is Carnegie Mellon's testing program for the diagnosis of COVID-19 and is an important element of the university's ongoing strategy to detect and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

Tartan Testing is located in TCS Hall.

Tartan Testing is available to all asymptomatic community members who have not had a positive test within the last 90 days. Enrolled students who are symptomatic may also participate in the Tartan Testing program. The test takes less than 15 minutes and same-day appointments are often available. 

All individuals, regardless of vaccination status, who are visiting Tartan Testing are required to wear a high-quality, well-fitting facial covering indoors.

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Current Service Posture: Transitional

CMU Locations

Most information on this site applies to the Pittsburgh campus. Additional guidance is available for Africa and Qatar campuses. Other locations will be provided information by their program heads.