Carnegie Mellon University

Frequently Asked Questions: Coronavirus & Study Abroad

Updated April 2021

This situation is rapidly changing and students should regularly monitor the OIE & Study Abroad websites and the university's Coronavirus Information page, as well as read all university emails sent to their Andrew account. 

While the university made the difficult decision to suspend participation in study abroad for the spring 2021 semester participation in study abroad after this time is currently possible. This is subject to change, depending on the pandemic, and thus we recommend all students keep in touch with their Study Abroad Advisor.

As general study abroad for the spring 2021 semester has been suspended, remote courses approved for credit are also not possible for credit transfer, unless approved by a student’s home department as an extenuating circumstance.

We continually assess this situation. Please contact a Study Abroad Advisor to discuss your situation further.