Kathleen Conway Joins UEP As an Academic Advisor
Seniors Honored for Contributions to Campus
Ten members of the Class of 2013 are recognized by CMU with Senior Leadership Awards. Read more.
Students Recognized at Meeting of the Minds
Prof. Epple Recognized with Highest CMU Faculty Distinction
Prof. Epple, Thomas Lord Professor of Economics and the Head of Economics is named a University Professor. Read more.
Seniors Recognized with Phi Beta Kappa Honors
Margaret Kowalski and Karthik Nagarajan are nominated to CMU's chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. Read more.
Seniors Recognized with Phi Kappa Phi Honors
Victoria Baggio, Jae-Eun Chang, Margaret Kowalski, and Cen (Kayco) Zhou are nominated to CMU's chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. Read more.
Carnegie Mellon Chooses its Ninth President: Dr. Subra Suresh
World's Best B-School Professors: Mike Trick
Sr. Associate Dean, Education Mike Trick recognized for outstanding teaching. Read more.
UEP to Sponsor MoneyThink Chapter
Doctoral Program in Economics Ranked #2 in Alumni Publications in Top Journals
A recent study ranks CMU #2 in alumni productivity, 1994-2009. Read more.
New Minor in Innovation, Economics, and Entrepreneurship Announced
Read more about the curriculum.
Jun 27 Summer Session One 2013 Course Drop Deadline To Receive A "Withdrawal" Grade 5:00 p.m. on June 27th is the deadline for dropping a Summer Session One 2013 course and receive a "W" grade.
Jun 27 Summer Session One 2013 Last Day of Classes June 27th is the last day of Summer Session One classes.
Jun 27 Summer Session One 2013 Course Drop Deadline to Receive a Withdrawal Grade 5:00 p.m. on June 287h is the deadline for dropping a Summer Session One 2013 course and receive a "W" grade.
Jul 04 Fourth of July No classes are held on Independence Day. University is closed.
Jul 05 Summer Session All 2013 Course Drop or Pass/Fail Deadline Summer Session All 2013 course drop or pass/fail grade deadline; "Withdrawal" grades are assigned for courses dropped after 5:00 p.m. on July 5th.
Aug 18 to Aug 25 First Year Orientation 2013 Going away to college is a big transition, and the Orientation program at Carnegie Mellon is designed to make that transition easier. Orientation is a weeklong program organized by current Carnegie Mellon students to introduce incoming students to each other, the campus and local community.