High school students, transfer students, and family members will find a variety of opportunities to explore CMU throughout the year, both in-person and virtually.
Keeping you safe is a priority
Guided by CMU's Emergency Management Team and state officials, we’ve taken the following steps with your safety in mind. In return, guests share responsibility for public health by agreeing to abide by CMU's safety guidelines for visitors.
- Social distancing is observed.
- Group sizes are limited.
- Personal face coverings are required on campus. If you don't have one or forget to bring yours, we've got you covered.
- Staff members are trained in new safety standards.
- Staff members are required to self-screen daily prior to arriving on campus.
- Tour groups will not enter residence halls and campus restaurants during the tour.
- Each student may bring a maximum of two guests.
CSE Discovery Days
Interested in pursuing science, technology, engineering or math? See how CMU can provide opportunities for your future success by attending one of these monthly programs co-hosted by the Admissions Office and the College of Science and Engineering (CSE). Each event includes presentations by the Admissions Office and CSE, a CSE student panel, and a tour of facilities used by CSE programs. Learn More
CSE College Day
Explore the depths of the Great Lakes to the farthest corners of the universe in one of CMU's top science, technology, engineering or math programs. Whichever field of study you choose, you will work closely with respected faculty members committed to student-centered learning. You'll also find outstanding facilities, real-world opportunities, and hands-on experiences in some of the university's fastest-growing programs. Registration information for Summer 2022 coming soon