Welcome iii Students!
Welcome Integrated Innovation Institute 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.
iii Degree Programs
Resource for technical support related to student account, software catalog, VPN (Virtual Private Network), and technology quick-start guides.
Primarily resource for questions related to student health care resources and student health insurance.
Information related to CMU's library location and online database of available academic resources (articles, journals, hard-copy books, e-books).
(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.
SASC supports student success by providing academic coaching, subject-specific tutoring, effective communication strategies, accommodations for students with disabilities, and language support for multi-lingual learners.
The Office of Disability Resources strives to provide responsive, reasonable accommodations to help our students accomplish their best work.
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.
The Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) is Carnegie Mellon University’s centralized career services center providing a comprehensive range of services to help students succeed in their career goals. Search for internships, jobs and schedule appointments in Handshake.
Experienced Student Affairs staff who work in partnership with students, house-fellows, advisors, faculty, and associate deans in each college to assure support for students regarding their overall Carnegie Mellon experience.