Carnegie Mellon University

Involvement

Involvement outside of the classroom plays a large role in a student’s experience.  The Office of Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagement (SLICE) supports the many benefits identified by research both academically and at CMU, specifically that involvement builds confidence and competence, shapes personal commitments and values, bridges skill building and academic learning, facilitates relationship building, and fosters a sense of belonging and personal connection to CMU.

Student Organizations

Carnegie Mellon University is home to 300+ student-run organizations recognized by Student Government and supported by the SLICE Office.

picture of activities fair held on the CFA lawn

Greek Life

For over 100 years, the Greek community at Carnegie Mellon University has had a long, rich tradition of fostering student involvement on campus.

pcitures of students singing on stage at greek sing

On Campus Opportunities

SLICE provides several avenues to become more engaged on-campus through programs, workshops, trainings, and service.

Pittsburgh Opportunities

SLICE provides several avenues to explore the City of Pittsburgh and surrounding area through outdoor experiences, art and culture venues, and community outreach.