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=== Collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh ===
Carnegie Mellon University neighbors the campus of the [[University of Pittsburgh]], and in some cases, buildings of the two universities are intermingled. This helps to facilitate myriad academic and research collaborations between the two schools,<ref>{{cite news | url=http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/local/neighborhoods-city/pitt-cmu-make-most-of-proximity-266578/?p=0 | title=Pitt, CMU make most of proximity | first=Bill | last=Schackner | first2=Eleanor | last2=Chute | newspaper=Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | location=Pittsburgh, PA | date=2012-03-29 | accessdate=2012-05-21}}</ref> including such projects as the [[Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center]], the [[Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse]], the Immune Modeling Center, the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, the [[University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute]], as well as the National Science Foundation-supported Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center.<ref>http://www.pitt.edu/~oafa/community.html</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.learnlab.org/|title=Welcome|publisher=Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center|accessdate=2 December 2011}}</ref> Further, the universities also offer multiple dual and joint degree programs such as the [[University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine#MD/PhD Program|Medical Scientist Training Program]], the Molecular Biophysics and Structural Biology Graduate Program, and the Law and Business Administration program. Some professors hold joint professorships between the two schools, and students at each university may take classes at the other (with appropriate approvals).<ref name="PCHE Cross Registration">{{cite web|url=http://www.pchepa.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=14&Itemid=29|title=Cross Registration |publisher=Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education|accessdate=2 December 2011}}</ref> CMU students and faculty also have access to the University of Pittsburgh library system, as well as the [[Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh]], through the Oakland Library Consortium.<ref>{{cite journal | url=http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1300/J121v07n01_06?journalCode=wrsi20#preview | title=Models of Access: The Oakland Library Consortium | first=Sylverna | last=Ford | year=1992 | publisher=The Haworth Press, Inc. | journal=Resource SHaring and Information Networks | volume=7 |number=1 | pages=67–80 | doi=10.1300/J121v07n01_06 | accessdate=2011-12-01}}</ref> The two universities also co-host academic conferences, such as the 2012 Second Language Research Forum.<ref name="SLRF 2012">{{cite web|url=http://ml.hss.cmu.edu/slrf2012/|title=SLRF 2012 in Pittsburgh|publisher=SLRF 2012 Organizing Committee|accessdate=2 December 2011}}</ref>
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==Бакалавр==
[[Image:Posner 1.jpg|thumb|right|Познер Холлы, Теппер Бизнес Мектебінің алғашқы ғимараты]]
In 2011, theжылы PittsburghПиттсбург campus received a recordкампусына 27,913 uniqueерекше applicantsадам andтапсырып admittedоның 5,948 (21%). 1,443университетке studentsқабылданды. enrolled in the class of 2015 (24%).<ref>{{cite web|title=Carnegie Mellon Admission Statistics|url=http://my.cmu.edu/portal/site/admission/adm_statistics|publisher=Carnegie Mellon University|accessdate=2011-11-14}}</ref>
 
<!--In 2011, the most selective undergraduate college was the School of Computer Science, which admitted only 11.1% of total applicants. The largest college, in terms of enrollment, is the Carnegie Institute of Technology with 455 students in the class of 2015, followed by the Dietrich College of Humanities & Social Sciences with 241, and the College of Fine Arts with 235. The smallest college in terms of total undergraduate enrollment is the Tepper School of Business (with 90). Carnegie Mellon enrolls students from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and 15.6% of the students are citizens of countries other than the United States, representing more than 40 countries. About 96.3% of first-year students enrolled in 2009 returned for their second year, and 72.7% of students in the class of 2010 graduated within four years. Undergraduate tuition is $43,160 and room and board is $11,110.<ref name="fact">{{cite web|title=Admission Costs|url=http://my.cmu.edu/portal/site/admission/costs2|publisher=Carnegie Mellon University|accessdate=2011-07-26}}</ref>
==Undergraduate profile==
[[Image:Posner 1.jpg|thumb|right|Posner Hall, home of the [[Tepper School of Business]]]]
In 2011, the Pittsburgh campus received a record 27,913 unique applicants and admitted 5,948 (21%). 1,443 students enrolled in the class of 2015 (24%).<ref>{{cite web|title=Carnegie Mellon Admission Statistics|url=http://my.cmu.edu/portal/site/admission/adm_statistics|publisher=Carnegie Mellon University|accessdate=2011-11-14}}</ref>
 
In 2011, the most selective undergraduate college was the School of Computer Science, which admitted only 11.1% of total applicants. The largest college, in terms of enrollment, is the Carnegie Institute of Technology with 455 students in the class of 2015, followed by the Dietrich College of Humanities & Social Sciences with 241, and the College of Fine Arts with 235. The smallest college in terms of total undergraduate enrollment is the Tepper School of Business (with 90). Carnegie Mellon enrolls students from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and 15.6% of the students are citizens of countries other than the United States, representing more than 40 countries. About 96.3% of first-year students enrolled in 2009 returned for their second year, and 72.7% of students in the class of 2010 graduated within four years. Undergraduate tuition is $43,160 and room and board is $11,110.<ref name="fact">{{cite web|title=Admission Costs|url=http://my.cmu.edu/portal/site/admission/costs2|publisher=Carnegie Mellon University|accessdate=2011-07-26}}</ref>
 
==Research==
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