Our work to support success focuses on creating spaces for students to engage in their coursework and approach to learning through many group and individual tutoring options. We offer a wide variety of opportunities for students to deepen their understanding of who they are as learner, communicator, and ultimately scholar. We support student success by providing academic coaching, accommodations and support for students with disabilities, and language support for English language learners. We also engage with faculty and with staff to improve the coordination and professional development for academic advisors.
The Student Academic Success Center provides an array of services, from one to one tutoring, to academic skills workshops, to academic coaching, to Supplemental Instruction, and language support for English language learners.
Computing@CarnegieMellon is a mini-course offered through OLI that helps students to develop foundational and information literacy skills. The course focuses on the tools and technologies that are specific to Carnegie Mellon to help you be successful in your other academic courses. All undergraduate students are required to take the course.
The Office of Disability Resources strives to provide responsive and reasonable accommodations to help our students accomplish their best work. The office coordinates a wide range of resources for students and faculty.
The Global Communication Center (GCC) provides one to one support for written communication--and can assist students with oral and visual communication. The GCC offers workshops for undergraduate and graduate students to improve their oral and written communication. The GCC also works with faculty who are interested in integrating communication assignments or group projects into their courses.
We believe in the transformative power of the CMU experience and in the university’s responsibility to ensure all students can benefit from this great institution and achieve their full potential. In order to create this opportunity for all students, we intentionally offer academic, financial, and social supports for students from limited resource backgrounds proven to amplify their success skills, facilitate strong community and university bonds, and create a critical sense of belonging. Tartan Scholars