COVID-19 UPDATES: We are currently in a modified posture. Facial coverings are required on campus. Get the most up-to-date information.
WINTER HOURS: The Coulter Welcome Center is currently closed and will not re-open until January 31, 2022.
VISIT OPPORTUNITIES: For your safety and the safety of our campus community, we are currently only offering a self-guided outdoor campus walking route. On-campus student-led tours will resume on January 31. Virtual visit opportunities will be available beginning January 21. To learn more about visit options to explore CMU, please go to the Office of Admission's Visit Opportunities page.
Visit Carnegie Mellon University
Take an in-person tour led by our Tartan Ambassadors, a self-guided outdoor tour, or a virtual tour of our growing urban campus, nestled in one of Pittsburgh's oldest neighborhoods. Hear current students share their campus experiences with academics, student life and traditions like The Fence and Carnival.
We welcome you to our campus, from anywhere you are located worldwide.
Pittsburgh: Where education and city living intersect
Carnegie Mellon put Pittsburgh on the map as a mecca for technology and arts education. Since 1901, the exciting city-study environment has attracted thousands of ambitious undergraduate and graduate students from around the globe. And with so much opportunity, culture and fun, it's no wonder Pittsburgh was voted as one of the best large U.S. cities.
Global leadership in education, innovation and opportunity
Carnegie Mellon extends its education leadership all over the world, with satellite campuses in Silicon Valley, New York City, Africa, Qatar, Australia and more. This global footprint creates a vast network of learning, opportunity and exploration shared by the entire CMU community.