Carnegie Mellon University

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to change some of our normal processes to maintain the safest environment possible.  In order to ensure students receive their healthcare in the optimal setting and reduce the risk of inadvertent exposure to COVID-19, we cannot provide any walk-in services during the pandemic.  All services will be delivered by appointment only.  Please call us at 412-268-2157 to discuss your needs. 

Your student's health is important to you.

It's important to University Health Services, too.

Parents and family members play an important role in the health and wellness of their students. Here are some important pieces of information for you to know:

 

Health Requirements

Carnegie Mellon has immunization and other health requirements for incoming students. Learn more about immunizations


Carnegie Mellon requires that full-time students physically located within the U.S. have health insurance. Learn more about cmu's student health insurance plan 


All new CMU undergraduate students must complete the AlcoholEdu for College and Sexual Assault Prevention courses. We encourage our families to have ongoing conversations with your student about substance abuse and sexual violence prevention.

Special Needs

UHS offers comprehensive care management for students with special needs. Learn more about resources for students with special needs


Students with special nutritional needs that require a dining plan accommodation must submit a Special Needs Dining form. Learn more about resources for students with special dining needs


Student with special health needs that require a housing accommodation plan must submit a Special Housing Needs form.  Learn more about resources for students who require a housing accommodation

Confidentiality 

UHS is not permitted by law to disclose any medical information to a parent or guardian without the consent of the student unless the student is mentally incapacitated or threatens to harm themselves or someone else. If you call us with a concern, we will contact your student directly to request permission to speak with you.
Read our privacy policies