2019-2020 Important Dates for Students and Families
2019-2020 Academic Year for Doctoral Course-Sections
Your Andrew account is the key to access many of the university’s computing services such as online enrollment applications, including Student Information Online, computing clusters, and email.
To receive an Andrew userID and set your password, please contact Alison Chiocchi at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-268-9601. For additional help and troubleshooting, please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Building Access (After-hours)
For questions about building access, please contact Nicole Stenger at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-268-3779.
Business and Travel Expense Policy: The purpose of this Business and Travel Expense Policy is to provide departments, supervisors, employees and non-employees with specific policies and procedures regarding Carnegie Mellon University business and travel expenses. Business expenses include those that are directly paid (e.g., purchasing card) as well as expenses reimbursed to individuals who incur them on behalf of the university.
Non-Employee Expense Reimbursement Request: To request a reimbursement, please contact an administrative assistant with the following.:
Receipts [Must contain, name, itemization, number of card charged]
Business purpose of the expense
Financial Aid | Course Schedule | Grades | Student Account
To begin using SIO, log in with your Andrew User ID and password. When you first log in, be sure to update your contact information under the My Info tab. SIO is a secure site where you can find important, personalized information, including:
Student account invoices and activity
Financial aid status/eligibility
Grades and QPA
Class registration and make modifications to course schedules
Update contact information
Enrollment in Online Banking
Authorization of another individual to receive invoices
Location: East Campus Garage, 5040 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Phone: 412-216-2054 Email: email@example.com
Note: Open enrollment, and the waiting list registration period has now ended for AY19/20 Please check our frequently asked questions regarding permits and open enrollment. You may submit a paper application to join three waiting lists if you have missed the opportunity to join online, and email the completed, signed form to our office.
To view your parking permit information, and other account information, you may access our online system at any time. You will be asked to login with your ANDREW ID and password. Click here to access your parking account. Assignments from the waiting list will be sent to your email address within the first weeks of July, 2019. You will be required to respond to the email to accept the assignment.
Permit rates have been established for AY19-20, as well as proposed rates through 2021. A PDF-formatted file can be downloaded here.
Location: Lower Level of Cohon University Center, 5032 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Post Office Phone: 412-268-2927 Postal Services Phone: 412-268-2929 SMC Package Pickup Phone: 412-268-5616 Postal Services Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Typically, mail and packages are delivered on the following business day after arrival. Mail and packages sent through USPS Express Mail are normally delivered the same business day they are received. Mail and packages addressed to a department are only available for pickup at the Post Office in emergency situations. Otherwise, the recipient must wait until their departmental mailroom receives the item(s) to claim any non-emergency mail or packages. The Computational Biology mailroom is located in Wean Hall, Room 3613.
You may request a Special Delivery to have the mail or package delivered on the day it arrives or you may rent an SMC Mailbox if you wish to regularly pickup non-emergency mail or packages at the Post Office.
Location: Gates and Hillman Centers Room 7604
Note: This printer can print black and white and full color. Any print jobs sent to SCS-Public can be accessed and printed through other SCS-Public printers. Please visit the list of SCS printers for more information.
Location: The HUB (lower level, Warner Hall) handles all ID Card services. Phone: 412-268-5224 Fax: 412-268-8084 Email:email@example.com
Monday, Wednesday & Friday | 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday | 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Visitors who are Carnegie Mellon staff or faculty employees (i.e., paid by Carnegie Mellon) and who are benefits-eligible will receive a CMU ID with a white bus icon on it. This will serve as a bus pass, good for unlimited free use of the entire city bus system.
For visitors who are not Carnegie Mellon benefits-eligible staff or faculty and for family members, the basic fare for bus service is $2.75 and $1.35 for a child 6-11 years old. Children under five ride free. Exact fare is required on all buses. Drivers do not carry change (fares subject to change).
Sometimes it is necessary to take two buses in order to reach a destination. If this is the case, a transfer can be purchased from the bus driver. A transfer can be used to pay the fare on your second bus (including return trips if used within 3 hours of purchase). Transfers cost $0.50 for children under the age of 12 otherwise it is $1.00 per person. Family members may find it economical to purchase coupons for a weekly, a monthly, or even a yearly bus pass.
Passes and coupons may be purchased at the PAT office downtown, or at local banks, department stores, and grocery stores.