CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: The health and safety of the Carnegie Mellon University community and our guests is our top priority. Therefore, as a protective measure in response to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in accordance with guidelines from health agencies, we are suspending all campus visits, tours and information sessions until further notice.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we thank you for your understanding and flexibility during this time as we feel that our best chance at limiting the spread of this virus is to implement new policies based on social distancing strategies that health experts recommend.

Get the latest information from Carnegie Mellon concerning the global coronavirus outbreak and learn more about current travel restrictions.

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Tour our growing urban campus, nestled in one of Pittsburgh's oldest neighborhoods. Have a bite to eat at Rohr in the Tepper Building. Walk the "Cut" and check out the Fence. Take in a theater performance with one of our rising Broadway stars. Attend a lecture with our internationally renowned faculty. Talk to the students, faculty and staff who make up the CMU community.

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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.

Explore Pittsburgh


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.

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