Tartan Family Webinar Series
The Office of Parent and Family Engagement offers monthly webinars curated specifically for family members about topics relevant to your student’s experience at Carnegie Mellon. Please check out our videos from recent sessions. The webinar lineup for fall semester 2022 will be announced in September.
Room Selection 2022
Room Selection is the process when current undergraduate residents (rising sophomores, juniors and seniors living in campus housing for the spring 2022 semester) select their on campus housing for the next academic year. This Virtual Information Session shares what's new for Room Selection 2022, eligibility information, housing options, Room Selection phases, resources and more.
Undergraduate Research and Scholar Development
Hear about opportunities available beyond the classroom that can help define career paths: independent or faculty-led research projects; national scholarship competitions; presentations at conferences or research symposia; summer study and research abroad opportunities. Uncover the when, where, what and how that will help students navigate their undergraduate experience at Carnegie Mellon. The session will be led by Dr. Richelle Bernazzoli, Director of Undergraduate Research and Scholar Development. We will be joined by accomplished student researchers from different disciplines who will present on their research experiences.
Exploring and Preparing for Graduate School
Is your student be interested in graduate school? Join Associate Deans from two of CMU’s colleges to learn more about the difference between graduate programs and undergraduate programs; how your student can explore graduate school as a possibility; how your student can prepare for successfully applying to and funding graduate school; and timeline considerations that are important for students and families. There will be time for questions from the audience. Sponsored by the Career and Professional Development Center.
Learn About Study Abroad at CMU
Students from all across campus study abroad annually. With careful planning, students may study abroad for a semester, academic year or during the summer in various countries around the world, including Carnegie Mellon’s campus in Doha, Qatar. A well-planned study abroad program will allow a student to receive credit for study abroad and graduate on time. There are additional opportunities for short-term, non-credit study abroad experiences. Join the Office of International Education to learn more about how your student can participate in this opportunity.