Carnegie Mellon University

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David and Susan Coulter Welcome Center

The Carnegie Mellon University Coulter Welcome Center is a unique destination point for campus visitors. The welcoming space draws people in to engage with students and to see firsthand how Carnegie Mellon's expertise, ambition and world-leading technologies across business, the sciences, the humanities and the arts all benefit humankind. Visitors may register in advance for an in-person campus tour led by our Tartan Ambassadors or check out additional online opportunities to hear about CMU and Pittsburgh.

The Coulter Welcome Center is located in one of the newest sections of the Carnegie Mellon campus, the David A. Tepper Quadrangle. The Tepper Quad consists of a 315,000 square foot state-of-the-art building that houses the Tepper School of Business, the Coulter Welcome Center, the 600-seat Simmons Auditorium, a fitness center, a popular dining location, the Rohr Commons, and the Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship.

Come Inside

Undergraduate Admissions Center

Coulter Welcome Center Reception Area

Take a tour or pick up information from Undergraduate Admission during your visit.

Carnival Exhibit

Carnival Exhibit

Learn about one of Carnegie Mellon’s revered traditions that brings together students from across campus to compete in sweepstakes and booth building.

Interactive Map

Interactive Campus Map

Find your destination or check out Carnegie Mellon points of interest on the interactive campus map.

Simmons Auditorium

Simmons Auditorium

This state-of-the-art auditorium is home to many campus lectures and events, along with information sessions for prospective undergraduate students and their families.