Carnegie Mellon University

First Points of Contact

General Concerns for Graduate Students

Suzie Laurich-McIntyre, Graduate Student Ombudsman


phone: 412.268.7307

office: Posner Hall, 286 C

General Concerns for SCS Students

Angela Lusk, Student Affairs College Liason for SCS


phone: 412.268.2142

office: 1060 Morewood Ave., Student Life Office

Additional Resources

Psychological or Emotional Support

Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS)

Therapists who are available to talk to students about mental health, personal, and academic concerns. Confidential, on-call service. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

phone: 412.268.2922  

office: Morewood Gardens E-tower, 2nd floor

Medical or Physical Health Issues

University Health Services (UHS)

Support for general health issues, comprehensive care management, services related to nutrition, dieting, eating disorder, alcohol/drug assessment. On-call consultation available after hours.

phone: 412.268.2157 (Urgent Care: Option 1)

office: 1060 Morewood Ave.

Visa/Travel/Immigration Concerns

Office of International Education (OIE)

Support for concerns regarding visa, OPT, and other immigration status issues.

phone: 412.268.5231

office: Cyert Hall, First Floor Atrium

Safety and Security Issues

University Police

Emergency response, security, investigation and arrest, and escort to local hospitals. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

phone: 412.268.2323

office: 300 Craig St., Suite 199

Sexual Misconduct and Gender Discrimination Issues

Office of the Title IX Initiatives (TIX)

Support, information, resources and avenues for resolution for students affected by sexual misconduct including sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, and stalking.


phone: 412.268.7125

office: Cyert Hall, 1st Floor, Suite 140