Carnegie Mellon University

Integrated Innovation Institute

Engineering + Design + Business

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Welcome, iii students!

We are excited that you are a part of the next group of makers, entrepreneurs, artists, technologists, scientists, and lifelong learners that make being part of the iii such a valuable experience.

Explore this page for resources and policies that are important for your success as an Integrated Innovation Institute student.

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For services related to:

  • Financial aid & tuition
  • Student ID card services
  • Transcripts & enrollment verification
  • Registration dates & deadlines
  • Graduation & diplomas.

Go To The Hub - Enrollment Services

Primarily a resource for international students for questions related to:

  • Maintaining visa status
  • Employment options
  • Travel
  • Other questions related to your F1 or J1 visa

Go To - Office of International Education

Resource for technical support related to:

  • Student account
  • Software catalog
  • VPN (Virtual Private Network)
  • Technology quick-start guides.

Go To - Computing Services

A resource for students, staff, faculty, and family members looking for guidance on best practices related to student conduct and academic integrity.

Go To - Office of Community Standards & Integrity

Information related to CMU's library location and online database of available academic resources (articles, journals, hard-copy books, e-books).

Go To - Carnegie Mellon University Libraries

The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion (CSDI) actively cultivates a strong, diverse and inclusive community capable of living out these values and advancing research, creativity, learning, and development that changes the world.

Go To - The Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion (CSDI)

(CaPS) addresses the mental health needs of the CMU community through a variety of services and provides a safe, confidential environment to talk about personal or academic concerns. 

Go To - Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS)

Note: Some services in Silicon Valley may differ - please consult with the SV Student Services team (student-services@sv.cmu.edu).

SASC supports student success by providing:

  • Academic coaching
  • Subject-specific tutoring
  • Effective communication strategies
  • Accommodations for students with disabilities
  • Language support for multi-lingual learners

Go To - Student Academic Success Center (SASC)

The Office of Disability Resources strives to provide responsive, reasonable accommodations to help our students accomplish their best work.

Go To - Disability Resources

Get Involved: Student Engagement

Interested in getting involved at CMU? Below are ways that you can stay engaged outside of the classroom as an Integrated Innovation Institute student.

Admissions Ambassadors are current students who are enthusiastic about Integrated Innovation @ Carnegie Mellon and want to share their experience with prospective students. They serve as representatives of the iii for prospective students embarking on the graduate school exploration/application process by sharing their firsthand knowledge as a current student, providing a positive experience both on and off campus for prospective students, and giving a truly authentic view of campus life.

To learn more, contact Athena Wintruba, awintrub@andrew.cmu.edu

The Integrated Innovation Institute's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Fellowship are awarded to two iii students (located in Silicon Valley & Pittsburgh) who are passionate advocates for social justice & equity. Our fellows assist iii staff with the implementation of specific DEI initiatives as outlined in the CIT DEI Strategic Plan and serve as representatives for the iii student population across both campuses on matters related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

To learn more about the iii DEI Fellowship, please contact Leia Delabahan at ldelabah@andrew.cmu.edu.

Looking for Fellowship, Teaching Assistant, or Research Assistant positions on campus? Each department within the College of Engineering and other schools in the university has different opportunities for students to apply to. Please visit the relevant department website to see what is available.

The CMU iii attends the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference every year. This conference is a great opportunity to network with other studetns and professionals in the technology industry. Each fall, the iii gives four selected students a complimentary student pass to the conference along with a travel stipend. Selection typically occurs in the spring before the conference.

Questions? Contact Athena Wintruba at awintruba@andrew.cmu.edu.