Carnegie Mellon University

Areas of Oversight

Undergraduate Admission

The Office of Admission recruits and admits a highly talented, diverse population of undergraduate students who have high aspirations and will succeed at Carnegie Mellon. From connecting with and recruiting students around the world, to advising on application procedures and financial aid programs, to transitioning admitted students into the campus community, our experienced and professional staff guide prospective students and families through every aspect of the admission process.


The HUB delivers comprehensive services and counsel to enrolled students and families on financial aid, billing and payments, and registration and records. In direct support of student enrollment and persistence, The HUB offers students and families highly integrated information through personal attention and technologically responsive tools in a professional, forward-thinking, and accessible environment.

Student Financial Services

Student Financial Services is comprised of the Student Accounts Office and the Student Financial Aid Office. The Student Accounts Office processes and invoices all student-related financial activity and manages the corresponding student financial obligations resulting from this activity. Student Financial Aid optimizes the utilization of all financial aid resources in order to recruit and retain a high quality and diverse student population. 

University Registrar's Office

The University Registrar's Office performs the essential roles of administering the collection and maintenance of student records, ensuring their accuracy and integrity, and enforcing academic policies while providing highly effective services. The University Registrar's Office aspires to provide exceptional, environmentally-conscious services, while anticipating and meeting growing customer requirements with innovative processes, training and self service applications. The office strives to foster and promote an environment of professional development and appreciation.

Office of International Education

The Office of International Education (OIE) is committed to supporting, promoting and celebrating individuals in an intercultural educational environment. OIE staff advocate for and facilitate international and cross-cultural experiences, perspectives and initiatives. OIE also promotes and manages study abroad programming and acts as a liaison to the university for international students, researchers and professors.

Enrollment Systems

The Enrollment Systems department is charged with orchestrating the evolution of the Student Services Suite (S3) and related systems. As system administrators, business analysts and web developers, our department - in close collaboration with Computing Services - supports Carnegie Mellon University's student information system applications.