Buildings > Posner Hall

Posner Hall


Posner Hall (Tepper School of Business) was formerly known as Graduate School of Industrial administration (GSIA). Tepper School of Business is named after GSIA alumnus David Alan Tepper, who donated $55 million to the univeristy, the largest gift in school history. Tepper School of Business has had six Nobel laureates as faculties. It offers undergraduate, graduate (MBA and PhD), and executive education programs. Main auditoriums include Mellon Auditorium, Cooper Auditorium, and Simon Auditorium.

Buildings > Baker Hall

Baker Hall


Baker Hall was one of the first buildings built on campus. It is structure is very unique in that it is connected to Porter Hall and it is sloped. It is one of the largest and most noticeable buildings on campus, created by the first dean of the College of Fine Arts(CFA), Henry Hornbostel. Baker Hall is home to College of Humanities and Social Sciences (H&SS), which is the second largest school on campus with more than 60 majors and minors offered.

Others > Merson Courtyard

Merson Courtyard


It is a courtyard located next to University Center. It has tables that people can eat or rest. It is across from the tennis courts.

Food Places > Si Senor

Si Senor


Operating Hours: 08:00 AM to 01:00 AM

Menu

Made-to-order Mexican cuisine, wraps, tacos and quesadillas are the trade mark offerings of this eatery on the University Center's first floor. Si Senor is a healthy choice for any meal, offering worldwide flair with all of its delicious meals.

Rooms > Rashid Auditorium

Rashid Auditorium


This auditorium is also known as Gates-Hillman Center 4401 (GHC 4401). The maximum capacity for this auditorium is 200 people.

Rooms > Baker Hall Computer Clusters

Baker Hall Computer Clusters

Baker Hall 140A, 140B, 140C, 140D, and 140E.

Services > Escort Services

Escort Services


Escort Location and Schedule


Escort transports students from 10 designated pick up locations to their residence within 1.5 miles of campus. There are 10 designated pick-up locations marked by official university signage bearing the word "ESCORT." Escort leaves Morewood on the hour (:00) and the half-hour (:30). Riders do NOT need to call for a ride, just wait at the designated pick up locations.

Services > Shuttle Services

Shuttle Services

Oakland/Shadyside A Shuttle Stops

Oakland/Shadyside B Shuttle Stops

Oakland/Shadyside AB Shuttle Stops


Oakland/Shadyside Shuttle

The Oakland/Shadyside shuttle services the majority of the Oakland and Shadyside area. The Oakland/Shadyside shuttle runs three routes, the A, B, and AB routes. All shuttles depart from the Morewood Gardens turnaround on quarter hour (:15) and three-quarter hour (:45)

Buildings > Gates/Hillman Center

Gates/Hillman Center


The Gates Center for Computer Science and Hillman Center for Future-Generation Technologies were made possible by lead gifts from the Bill and Melinda Gates and the Henry L. Hillman Foundations. These Gold LEED Certified Centers are home to the School of Computer Science and Computational Biology.

Rooms > Giant Eagle Auditorium

Giant Eagle Auditorium


It is also known as Baker Hall A51. It was named after the company Giant Eagle, whose Chief Executive Officer is a former chairman of Carnegie Mellon's Trustee Committee. Its maximum capacity is 147.