Services: Supplemental instruction (SI), peer and small group tutoring, individual academic counseling, academic group workshops, and first-year success series.
Carnegie Mellon Advising Resource Center (CMARC)
Cyert Hall, A-64
Services: Academic and personal advising and planning, one-on-one counseling, study carrels and computer cluster to complete homework and projects, scholarship information, community building, events, leadership, and diversity development.
412.268.2060 or 800.226.8258
Services: Networking nights, alumni awards, on-line alumni directory, class notes, career services, career connection, alumni benefits, newsletter, events, affinity groups, reunions, and giving opportunities.
Athletics, Personal Fitness, and Recreational Department
Skibo Gym, 204
Services: Intercollegiate athletics, intramural and club sports, physical education classes, health and fitness.
Banking On Campus
PNC Electronic Customer Service Center
University Center, Lower Level
Hours of Operation: 24 Hours
Services: The PNC Electronic Customer Service Center is located on the lower level of the University Center. The ATMs allow you to make deposits and withdrawals and cash checks. There is also a Self Service Web Station where you can check transactions, get balance information, and much more. Both ATMs and the Web Station are available 24 hours.
Career and Professional Development Center
University Center, lower level
Services: Individual career counseling, testing and assessments, reference library, major/career exploration and decision making, skill development, workshops, experiential learning and internship information, on-campus interviewing, TartanTRAK, job/internship fairs, networking events, graduate school opportunities, career statistics, resume writing, and campus employment.
Cyert Hall, 285
Help Center: 412.268.4357
Services: Technical help and support, managed help desk, web portal, my Andrew account and services, campus computer accounts, e-mail information and support, news and alerts, computer clusters, network information, media and telephone services, software application, computing policies and guidelines.
Copying: FedEx Kinko's
University Center, Lower Level
Hours of Operation: 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Services: FedEx Kinko's, located in the basement of the University Center, offers copying, digital printing, and binding services. Students can use this facility to create, produce and distribute presentations, brochures, and manuals.
Counseling and Psychological Services Center
Morewood Gardens E-Tower, second floor
Services: Opportunity to talk about personal or academic concerns in a safe, confidential setting, such as stress, anxiety, loneliness, depression, problems with family or roommates.
Disability Services – Equal Opportunity Services
Whitfield Hall, 143 North Craig Street
Services: Accommodations and disability compliance information and forms, individual evaluations, and ADA guidelines.
Fellowships and Scholarships Office (FSO)
Warner Hall, fifth floor
Services: Scholarship search and opportunities, from recommendations to applications.
Global Communication Center (GCC)
First Floor of Hunt Library
Services: Tutoring for written, oral, and visual communication skills.
Morewood Gardens E-Tower, first floor
Services: Medical care, health and wellness visits, allergy injections, first-aid, immunizations, on-site pharmacy, and medical testing.
The HUB Student Services Center (Enrollment Services)
Warner Hall, A-12
Services: Billing and payments, financial aid, academic calendars, tuition and fees, ID Cards, Plaid Ca$h, Schedule of Classes, online registration and courses, transcripts and verifications, Student Information Online (SIO), My Plaid Student, leave of absence and withdrawals, diplomas, and student privacy information.
Locations: Hunt, Mellon Institute, Posner, Engineering and Science, Hunt Botanical, and Software Engineering
Services: Information about collections, archives, reserves, and user services, EZ borrow, locations, hours, and research help.
Office of International Education (OIE)
Warner Hall, third floor
Email international students: email@example.com
Email exchange students: firstname.lastname@example.org
Services: Promote, facilitate, and advise students regarding study abroad programs and opinions; liaison for foreign students and researchers; advise international students and scholars regarding personal, immigration/visa, academic, social, and acculturation issues; inform foreign students and scholars about changes in immigration regulations; offer workshops on various international topics; support and advise international and cultural groups; and international orientation programs.
Open Learning Initiative: Visual Communication Design
Services: This short online course is intended to teach you how to design successful technical documents. You will learn how to establish effective visual hierarchy and groups of information by consistently using visual variables such as type size, type weight, and spacing.
Orientation and First-Year Programs
Morewood Gardens, 1B8
Services: Vision and leadership for the new student, transition programming for students and families, comprehensive new student orientation program, parent programming (such as Family Weekend), first-year programming series, and special event planning.
Religious Life and Interfaith Council
University Center, Box 5
Services: Encourage religious life within the campus community by working cooperatively on interfaith programs, information about worship areas and activities, along with religious students groups, counseling, educational programs, and Bible study.
University Center, Suite 103
Services: Encourage and engage students on campus through social, cultural, intellectual, spiritual, athletic, recreational, artistic, political, and service opportunities, events, and activities. Resources on leadership development and campus organizations.
Services: Support the residential experience and community standards, advise fraternities and sororities, and manage the summer pre-college program.
Undergraduate Research Office (URO)
Warner Hall, fifth floor
Services: Supports student research, SURG grants, summer fellowships, and awards for students presenting at academic conferences. Each May URO organizes the campus-wide symposium of undergraduate research, called Meeting of the Minds.
300 South Craig Street, room 199
Escort Services: 412.268.7433 (RIDE)
Services: Professional police and emergency services, campus safety, emergency transport and telephones, shuttle and escort services, patrol activities, bicycle and laptop registration, crime investigations, criminal apprehension, accident and fire response, crime prevention programs, issuing crime and safety alerts, and Rape Aggression Defense training (RAD).