Life at MIT
Life at MIT, particularly for CMS graduate students, is tough to compare to any place else. We've put this series of pages together to make sure you take advantage of everything MIT, Cambridge, and greater Boston has to offer.
The following information is aimed primarily at graduates students but is certainly helpful for any current or prospective student.
This is best place to begin the process of getting settled at MIT, as it houses information and forms required for official acceptance, which touches off the creation of each student's MIT identity. Explore each section:
Once you have your MIT identity, the MIT New Student Website has key links to important information.
The Office of the Dean for Graduate Education contains a wealth of information about policies and procedures related to graduate studies at MIT, including academic administration issues (such as registration and cross-registration), student finances (including fellowships and loans), and different features of the graduate student community at MIT.
The MIT graduate student council posts information about orientation events.
And lastly there is the MIT Academic calendar.