Involvement at CMU
Involvement can be anything that means something to you. These passions help shape the CMU experience and inspire our entire community to get involved.
SLICE can help you get things started. Take a moment to explore:
Carnegie Mellon University is home to 400+ student-run organizations recognized by Student Government and supported by the SLICE Office. They span a wide variety of interests including religious or spiritual, civic engagement, media, sports, academic, political, identity, artistic and technology.
More than 20 sororities and fraternities, including multicultural Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) chapters and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) chapters, contribute significantly to the fabric of the campus community.
Attend a Fair or Represent Your Organization at One
A one-stop fair for undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty to find ways to get involved at Carnegie Mellon and beyond.
Carnegie Mellon’s various student governance bodies advocate for the needs of our diverse campus populations, provide student representation on various university committees and task forces, recognize new student organizations, allocate $2 million to student organization activities, and provide the opportunity to represent the undergraduate and graduate student perspectives on a variety of campus and national issues.