Student Life Resources
Carnegie Mellon University provides a full range of resources to support our students’ academic, financial, health, and technology needs. Check out CMU’s Student Experience site for more information about life on campus, information about what’s happening in Pittsburgh, student housing, and resources for planning a visit to campus.
SoA on Slack
Students are invited to connect with the School of Architecture on Slack. Use Slack to check the status of a plotter, ask questions about software, post links to cool articles, get critique on a studio project, organize a snack run, or anything else you might think of. Sign up at cmusoa.slack.com/signup and access on your browser or as a desktop app.
SoA Student Organizations
The following organizations at the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture support and enrich student life in the SoA community. These groups offer various opportunities to get involved and collaborate with fellow students beyond the classroom.
Additionally, Carnegie Mellon offers more than 350 clubs and organizations to serve the academic, social, physical, and spiritual well-being of our student population. CMU students are passionate about their interests, with organizations devoted to everything from athletics to business to board games and music.
The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
The CMU chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) creates a connection between students and the professional and academic world of architecture by offering members a diverse set of events and experiences including firm visits, local and national networking opportunities, community service build initiatives, and exposure to cutting edge developments within the field of architecture.
National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS)
The CMU chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS) provides a community of purpose for students by championing diversity, advocating for an education that considers the socioeconomic consequences of design, and connecting students to minority professionals in the field.
Connect with the Pittsburgh chapter of NOMA to learn about upcoming events, meetings, and workshops.
inter·punct is a journal for architecture founded by students at Carnegie Mellon University and supported by the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture. The journal has released two issues - para·meter (2013) and inter·view (2016).
Architecture Peer Mentors (APM)
Architecture Peer Mentors (APM) connects first-year students with upperclassmen to encourage a community of mentorship, learning, and inter-year collaboration. Mentors assist students in their transition into the School of Architecture, establishing an early, mutually beneficial relationship.
Heather Workinger Midgley