Overall Crime Rating at Carnegie Mellon University is About Average
The overall crime rating is based on reported crime on campus and in surrounding areas. Colleges with low amounts of reported crime are considered safer. Carnegie Mellon University earns an overall crime rating of C+ when we compare reported on-campus, city, and regional crime against all other schools nationwide.
On Campus Crime Rating at Carnegie Mellon University is About Average
On-campus crime statistics reported by Carnegie Mellon carry the most importance in our overall estimation of campus crime. When all violations are totaled and weighed by both severity and the number of students at the school, Carnegie Mellon has average reported offenses.
Pittsburgh Crime Rating is Worse Than Average
Carnegie Mellon University is in Pittsburgh, PA. When compared with other towns and cities nationwide, Pittsburgh ranks above average in overall crime, making it potentially unsafe and more likely students at Carnegie Mellon may fall victim to a crime when venturing off campus.
Regional Crime Rating Near Pittsburgh is Worse Than Most
Beyond Pittsburgh, other nearby towns and cities include Homestead, West Mifflin, and Turtle Creek. Altogether, these locations have an overall far above average amount of crime when compared to other areas nationwide, meaning the area could be unsafe.