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Resources For Students

  • Academic CalendarImportant dates, deadlines, and holidays for the academic year.
  • Academic Guide for Undergraduates and their AdvisorsA guide to academic regulations and procedures for MIT undergraduates and their advisors. It points to information on advising, the undergraduate curriculum, registration, examinations and grading, petitions, changes in status, special situations and programs, graduation rules, and other issues related to academic life.
  • Athena/Kerberos Accounts Members of the MIT community can register for their Kerberos identity, which will allow them to obtain an email account and access restricted electronic resources.
  • Athletic Facilities & Sailing PavilionInformation about MIT's recreation program, such as membership prices, classes and programs, training, and other services.
  • Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship & Excellence in Education ProgramMIT School of Science and School of Engineering students may apply for a scholarship award of up to $7,500 in their sophomore or junior year.
  • Committee on DisciplineThe website outlines the procedures for filing complaints and conducting hearings in cases of alleged misconduct of students, as well the sanctions that may be taken.
  • Community RelationsA guideline for personal conduct within the MIT community, as well as an outline of resources for addressing harassment, mediating conflict, and providing other kinds of support for students, faculty, and staff.
  • Course Evaluation GuideAn archive of student evaluation scores for each course.
  • Department of Biology REFSA program for biology students providing confidential support and mediation between other students, faculty, and staff.
  • Department of Chemistry REFSA confidential program for chemistry graduate students, undergraduate students, and faculty/staff aiding in conflict discussion and resolution. 
  • Department of Mathematics REFSA confidential program for mathematics graduate students, undergraduate students, and faculty/staff aiding in conflict discussion and resolution. 
  • Department of Physics REFSA confidential program for physics graduate and undergraduate students aiding in conflict discussion and resolution with other students, faculty, and staff. 
  • Dispute Resolution Resources & Community Standards for Students<p>Information on the Committee on Discipline, conflict management, resources for reporting electronic harassment, and student support services.</p>
  • Mind Hand BookAn exhaustive collection of student resources and university policies, along with links to information for faculty, parents, and alumni.
  • MIT Activities CommitteeOrganizes events for the MIT community and offers discount rates for athletic events, exhibitions, theater, music, and other things to do around the Boston area.
  • MIT Federal Credit Union Banking for students and employees of MIT.
  • On-Campus Parking Provides information about permits, parking locations, and other rights and regulations. Included in this section is a step-by-step outline of how to go about applying for a permit, where on your car to affix the sticker (it’s very important), and how to cancel your parking.
  • Registrar’s OfficeStudents may register for or drop classes, apply for graduation, and access forms, petitions, and academic records. Advisors and teachers can access student records, reserve classrooms, and find information on grading policies and majors and minors.
  • Resources for Graduate Student FamiliesResources for graduate students and their families including housing, childcare, maternity leave, and advocacy and activities groups.
  • Rewards & RecognitionLearn how to nominate SOS students, staff, postdocs, and faculty for outstanding achievements.

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