Carnegie Mellon grants the Carnegie Scholarship to qualified incoming first-year students. Carnegie Scholarships were granted to academically and artistically talented middle-income students who qualified for little to no need-based financial aid.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
All qualified U.S. citizens and permanent residents are qualified to be taken into consideration for the Carnegie Scholarship.
Students do not need to complete a separate application process to be considered for the Carnegie Scholarship; however, applicants must complete the FAFSA and CSS Profile in order to be considered.
Scholarship winners are notified in their financial aid award letter.
Those awarded a Carnegie Scholarship must submit all of the required forms associated with applying for financial aid before the scholarship can be credited toward the student account. The scholarship is only granted to incoming first-year students during the process of admission.
customers of Carnegie Mellon employees who qualify for tuition remission are not eligible for a Carnegie Scholarship. External transfer applicants are also not eligible for scholarship consideration.