Established in 1900 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon has been a birthplace of innovation, and a global leader in bringing ground-breaking ideas to market and creating successful start-up businesses.
A research university like no other, Carnegie Mellon is home to experts who lead their fields and create new ones.
The Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) offers career exploration, campus employment, summer jobs, community service, internships, the job search process, campus recruiting via the university’s online system, resume referrals, a Web-based resume, networking and interviewing service, alumni career services, plus career and graduate school counseling.
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At Carnegie Mellon, we have a broad spread of support services for students in a variety of contexts. We have a dedicated staff for students struggling academically, findind a career, adjusting to a new community, or who feel excluded and need additional assistance. As a university, we are committed to providing fair and equal access to a world-class education to all students with the intent that every student will succeed. These services are a major factor in fulfilling this mission.
The University Libraries acquire materials and online resources specifically to support teaching and research at Carnegie Mellon. Carnegie Mellon library locations and hours can be found at the University Libraries website.
Carnegie Mellon’s University Health Services offers students many of the services they find at their local doctor’s office and promotes programming focused on the health and well-being of our community.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS) provides a safe, confidential environment for students to talk about personal and academic concerns.
Located in Adelaide, the world’s tenth Most Liveable City and Australia’s most affordable mainland capital city, Carnegie Mellon's Australian campus is home to students from over 20 countries, creating a wide-reaching network of contemporaries, global experts and alumni.
Carnegie Mellon offers students the opportunity to participate in athletics on a number of levels. Our 19 NCAA Division III varsity sports compete in the UAA conference, while our 44 clubs and intramural sports allow all students to have the opportunity to compete on the field, in the pool and on the court.
Carnegie Mellon offers over 400 student organizations and activities. More than three dozen of them are multicultural and may be of particular interest to international students, or students who want to learn more about other cultures.
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