Community Resources:

Title IX Office (TIX): The Office of Title IX Initiatives is dedicated to promoting gender equity at Carnegie Mellon University, which includes coordinating the University’s efforts to prevent and effectively respond to all forms of gender discrimination, including gender identity discrimination, and sexual harassment and other sexual misconduct impacting community members.

(412) 268-7125 | |

Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI): Provides support, resources, and programming for historically underrepresented students, including but not limited to, students who identify as:

  • First generation;

  • LGBTQ+;

  • Racial and/or ethnic minority;

  • Transgender and non-binary;

  • Women.

    Offers education and programming including bystander intervention.

    412-268-2150 | |

Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS): Offers free counseling for students, referrals to community mental health providers, and 24-hour crisis hotline.

412-268-2922 |

Student Leadership Involvement and Civic Engagement (SLICE): Provides and promotes leadership opportunities that facilitate students’ development of self and community. 

412-268-8704 | |

University Health Services: General health and wellness services, STI testing, pregnancy testing, birth control, and emergency contraception. Offers education and programming including bystander intervention and healthy relationships.

412-268-2157 |

Office of Disability Resources: Provides resources and accommodations to individuals with documented disabilities.

412-268-6121 | |