Carnegie Mellon University Pre-College Programs
This year we are once again hosting the Carnegie Mellon Women's Mathematics Competition in the fall. This contest is open to all middle and high school students. Those who are female or non-binary are encouraged to participate, regardless of prior math contest experience. Everyone who participates in CMWMC is also invited to attend our spring math contest, CMIMC.
The contest will be held in-person at Carnegie Mellon University on October 28, 2023. There will be individual and team rounds in addition to fun mini-events. There is no cost to participate.
Pre-College Architecture is an intensive program that engages inquisitive high school students in the creative energy and speculative culture of the study of architecture.
AI Scholars will take a deep dive into the world of artificial intelligence through a combination of classroom instruction, hands-on research projects, faculty lectures, and industry engagement with leading tech companies around the country.
Ready to challenge how you think about art?
Students will be introduced to the spirit and substance of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Art through challenging courses, individual critique, stimulating workshops, portfolio development, and energetic interaction with dedicated faculty and talented peers. They will develop both your conceptual and technical skills preparing them for a wide range of opportunities in both art studies and careers.
Empowering bright young minds to unlock the power of computation to solve research problems at the frontier of modern biology.