Carnegie Mellon University

INI Student Handbook

Notices of any policy changes will be displayed here along with an updated version of the policy document. Additional policies and archives included on this page are:

Building Policies
College of Engineering Policy

Fall 2018 Student Handbook

MSIN, MSIS and Bicoastal MSIT Degree Programs

Fall 2018: MS30 (PDF)

Last Updated: 9/10/2018

 

Fall 2018: Kobe MSIT-IS 

Handbook coming soon! 

Fall 2017 Student Handbook

MSIN, MSIS and Bicoastal MSIT Degree Programs

Fall 2017: MS29 (PDF)

Last Updated: 9/21/17

Kobe MSIT-IS Program

Fall 2017: Kobe MSIT-IS (PDF)

Last Updated: 11/2/2017

Fall 2016 Student Handbook

MSIN, MSIS and Bicoastal MSIT Degree Programs

Fall 2016: MS28 (PDF)

Last Updated: 9/21/17

Kobe MSIT-IS Program

Fall 2016: Kobe MSIT-IS (PDF)

Last Updated: 9/20/2016

Building Policies

Building Policies (PDF)

Current building policies regarding our location at 4616 Henry St.

Last Updated: 5/26/2017

Interview and Project Room Reservation Process

Information about reserving Interview and Project rooms at 4616 Henry St.

College of Engineering Policy

The College of Engineering Graduate Student Policies are available online for students seeking policy at the college level.

For former INI students who have not completed their graduation requirements, the College of Engineering statute of limitations is particularly relevant. The text is provided here:

College of Engineering Policy on Statute of Limitations for Masters Degree Studies

All units required for a masters degree in the College of Engineering, whether earned in residence or transferred from another institution, must be recorded on the transcript within six years of the date on which the student enrolled in the program. This statutory period can be extended by the College of Engineering Associate Dean for Graduate and Faculty Affairs for special circumstances that do not make it possible for the student to complete the requirements within the statutory period. Any request for a waiver of the statute of limitations for masters degree studies must be approved by the head of the department or program offering the masters degree, and by the College of Engineering Associate Dean for Graduate and Faculty Affairs. The waiver request must explain the exceptional circumstances that warrant an extension. For cases in which a waiver is granted, the waiver will cover specific courses and will specify a time period for completion of the program.