Phone: (412) 268-6878
The Academic Development office offers a variety of academic support services to assist students in developing the skills, strategies, and behaviors needed to perform as confident, independent, and active learners.
Their programs are available to all Carnegie Mellon University students. The peer tutoring, study skills, supplemental instruction and EXCEL components of Academic Development utilize group and individualized instruction to accommodate the diverse learning styles and skill levels of the student population. They also have walk-in tutoring!
To learn more about their services or to schedule a meeting, please visit their website!
Phone: (412) 268-2922
For emergencies, their phone is answered 24/7
CaPS provides a safe, confidential environment for students to talk about personal and academic concerns. Asking for help is a sign of psychological strength, not weakness, and can result in a faster and more long-lasting recovery.
All services are confidential, and all students currently enrolled at the Pittsburgh campus are eligible for services at CaPS at no additional cost to them. CaPS does not diagnose mental health issues, and will refer students to the appropriate mental health resources at Carnegie Mellon or in the larger Pittsburgh community, depending on the necessary level of care.
Every student’s sense of privacy is important to us. By law, CAPS does not release personal information without written consent, except in emergency situations where information is needed to protect safety.
Interview Center and Employer Relations
Phone: (412) 268-2066
The Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) is Carnegie Mellon University’s centralized career services center providing a comprehensive range of services, programs and materials focusing on career exploration and decision making, professional development, experiential learning and employment assistance to meet today’s evolving workplace and student goals of finding satisfying work!
CPDC offer services to help students explore different careers with their major, write a resume or cover letter, find a job or internship, and prepare for career fairs.
Phone: (412) 268-6121
The Office of Disability Resources is passionate about providing vibrant and accessible resources on disability issues for all members of the CMU community. Their mission includes providing physical, digital and programmatic campus access to all events and information within the Carnegie Mellon community for students and visitors to our campus.
Disability Resources staff work to ensure that qualified individuals receive reasonable accommodations as guaranteed by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
To obtain accommodations or services for your disability, please click here for a step by step of how to receive those accommodations.
Phone: (412) 268-2150
Diversity and inclusion are top priorities for Carnegie Mellon University and the Statistics & Data Science Department. We recognize that cultivating diverse perspectives and promoting inclusion will fuel the intellectual vitality essential for the health and progress of our campus community.
There are a wealth of resources available at CMU and across the greater Pittsburgh area that help students discover advancement opportunities, share experiences, learn new perspectives, build support networks, engage with the community and more. Visit their website for more information!
Phone: (412) 268-2157
Call us at 412-268-2157 or walk in to make an appointment. Some types of appointments may be scheduled online, through HealthConnect, where you can also order prescription refills and submit forms.