Carnegie Mellon University Ethics Reporting Hotline
Via the Internet: cmu.ethicspoint.com
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Directions, maps, parking
CMU-SV is a closed campus. Only employees and students are allowed entry. Visitors may come to campus by invitation.
The Silicon Valley campus is located in the NASA Ames Research Park (NRP) in Moffett Field, CA, just off of US-101 in Mountain View. The GPS address for Carnegie Mellon’s campus at the NRP is: CMU Silicon Valley, NASA Research Park, Building 23, Moffett Field, CA 94035.
Important information about accessing the campus
Security measures are enforced by the NASA Office of Protective Services (OPS) at the NASA NRP entrance gates. In order to gain entry to the NRP (and therefore, the campus), NASA Office of Protective Services currently requires drivers to show a valid U.S. driver’s license and every other individual in the vehicle, except children under 17, to show a valid U.S. federal- or state-issued photo ID or a valid passport and visa at the entrance gate. It is Carnegie Mellon’s understanding that if an individual produces a passport and visa as documentation to enter the NRP, the individual will likely be stopped by the NASA Office of Protective Services personnel and required to satisfactorily answer the NASA Office of Protective Services’ questions in order to gain entry. NASA has advised Carnegie Mellon that the NASA Office of Protective Services currently performs a minimum-level national agency screening check (which is a basic criminal check against the U.S. Federal databases) on foreign nationals and other individuals desiring to enter the NRP (and therefore, the campus). To avoid experiencing long delays at the entrance gate associated with larger group visits, foreign national visitors to the Silicon Valley campus as part of larger groups should consider providing copies of their passports and visas as a group submission to the NASA Office of Protective Services in advance of the group’s visit. If your large group is interested in doing so, please contact Lauren Schachar, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at CMU SV, at Lauren.firstname.lastname@example.org, to obtain NASA contact and related submission information in order to submit large group information directly to NASA Office of Protective Services.
NASA has advised Carnegie Mellon that individuals from North Korea, Sudan, Syria and Iran are currently prohibited by the NASA Office of Protective Services from accessing the NRP (including the campus).
The above information was prepared based on Carnegie Mellon’s current understanding of NASA’s current entry requirements and is therefore subject to change.
Parking is available in CMU-SV’s parking lot behind Building 23. No permits or fees required.
NASA Research Park
Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley
P.O. Box 98
Moffett Field, CA 94035
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