Carnegie Mellon University
Summit 2018
Summit can provide you with the opportunity to try some activities outside your typical CMU schedule, and takes place right before spring semester, kickstarting the new semester with fun!  Glass blowing, archery, firearm safety, pottery painting, balloon animal making and more! Check out our courses page to see previous classes.

Be Well @ Summit
Summit, Student Affairs Wellness Initiatives, and the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion have teamed up to offer both graduate and undergraduate students an opportunity to engage in wellness this coming January 2018!  All attendees are welcome to take part in Be Well @ Summit, a set of workshops and activities on a wide variety of wellness topics that will enhance the existing slate of fun, hands-on activities that Summit traditionally offers. We are offering a limited number of scholarships to make the experience accessible to students who would otherwise not be able to attend.  Scholarships are available to cover the Summit fee, and will be awarded on a first come, first serve rolling basis through Friday, December 15.

Spring 2018 New Student Orientation

Spring 2018 University-wide Graduate Student Orientation

Friday, January 12, 2018
*Register by January 8, 2018*

This Orientation will provide you with an opportunity to learn about University level services, programs and resources beyond your department. It is your chance to meet administrators and student leaders who are focused on the graduate student experience at Carnegie Mellon. We have created the program for this orientation so that it won't overlap too much with those departments and programs that hold their own Spring Orientations.  For more information and event schedule, visit HERE.

Graduate Small Project Help (GuSH) Research Grants

Application opens January 16, closes on February 2, 2018

Graduate Student Awards – Nominations Now Open!

Nomination deadline – February 9, 2018

Awards given at the Innovation with Impact event on April 12, 2018, as part of the Graduate Student Appreciation Week, April 8-14, 2018.