The best way to learn about a university is to actually visit campus and interact with students and faculty. Whether you come for an individual visit, attend a group information session or our Fall Visitation Weekend, we’re ready to help you design your own Carnegie Mellon experience.
As a prospective student, we encourage you to explore our programs, Pittsburgh, our campus and student lifestyle by visiting. Campus visitors are welcome Mondays through Thursdays, when classes are in session. Class visits, tours, meetings with students and faculty are among the options available when you visit. These activities will give you insight to life at Heinz and its impact on your career.
Additionally, prospective students for our part-time programs are welcome to arrange an evening class visit or attend a Saturday information session.
To request an individual visit, prospective students for any of our master's programs are asked to email our office with the following information:
- First and last name
- E-mail address
- Degree program name & track (if applicable) you're interested in
- Month and year you intend to begin your studies at Heinz College
For more information or to register for an event, visit our upcoming events calendar, click the events link to the right or call us at 412-268-2164.
With so many academic, extracurricular and social opportunities at your disposal, the best way to decide if Carnegie Mellon is right for you is to visit our campus and explore Pittsburgh, recently named one of America’s most livable cities by Rand McNally.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Heinz College is located in the Oakland area of Pittsburgh at 4800 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213. For visitors flying into Pittsburgh International Airport, you can take public transportation (Airport Flyer 28X) to Oakland. The shuttle makes stops in Oakland (where the hotels are) and also across the street from our building (Hamburg Hall). For more information on schedules and routes, you can visit the Port Authority of Allegheny County website.
For more information about visiting Carnegie Mellon, including driving directions, campus maps, and a list of local accommodations, please visit the Carnegie Mellon visitor website.
Parking on campus is free after 4:30pm weekdays and all day on weekends.