Carnegie Mellon University


Taxation develops and monitors policies, procedures and processes to ensure that the university complies with federal, state and local tax regulations. To achieve this, Taxation:

  • Prepares and ensures timely filing of the university, and where applicable, its affiliated organizations’ federal and state tax returns, reports and payments.
  • Conducts research and advises on tax consequences of the university’s transactions.
  • Responds to tax-related questions from academic and administrative departments.
  • Develops procedures and reporting systems to ensure compliance with federal and state tax laws.
  • Tracks university-related legislative tax developments at the federal, state and local level and educates the university community accordingly.
  • Functions as the university liaison with federal, state and local tax authorities as well as outside consulting firms with respect to tax issues.

Carnegie Mellon University as an institution does not provide advice or render opinions on individual personal income tax matters.  The information contained on this website or any other website referred to on this website is provided for general informational purposes only and is not intended to serve as individual personal income tax advice.  Individuals seeking personal income tax advice or assistance are encouraged to consult their own personal income tax advisors.