M.I.T.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

If you have completed two or more terms with high academic standing at an accredited college, university, technical institute or community college you may apply to MIT for transfer. Cannot accept applications from students who at the time of entry to MIT will have finished less than one year or more than two and a half years of college. A transfer student must be in residence at MIT for three terms matriculating as a full-time student to earn an MIT degree.

What Degrees Are Offer And What Are They Known For?

Aeronautics and Astronautics, Anthropology, Architecture, Biological Engineering, Biology, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Comparative Media Studies/Writing, Computational and Systems Biology, Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Economics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Institute for Data, Systems, and Society, Global Studies and Languages, Health Sciences and Technology, History, Linguistics and Philosophy, Literature, Management, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Media Arts and Sciences, Music and Theater Arts, Nuclear Science and Engineering, Physics, Political Science, Science, Technology, and Society, Urban Studies and Planning, etc. They are known for Technology.

History Behind M.I.T.

1861: Founding of MIT

William Barton Rogers: Founder

It was Always A Four Year Collage

Tuitions and Fees Info

Tuition Info: $45,016 Tuitions And Fee's

$13,224 for room and board

(All Annual Fee's)

There Is Financial AID to help people who can't afford

Housing Information

On-campus living. All MIT freshman undergraduate students are required to live in an MIT dormitory during their first year of study. Both undergrad and grad dorms have a resident Housemaster, usually a member of the MIT faculty, living in a special apartment suite within the building. Some of the larger dorms have multiple Housemasters, each responsible for a subsection of the building, and consulting together on building-wide issues. Undergrad dorms are usually divided into suites or floors, and usually have a Graduate Resident Tutor (GRT), a grad student living among the undergrads who is supposed to help support student morale and group activities.


Housing Options

Ashdown House

Edgerton House

Sidney-Pacific

Tang Hall

The Warehouse

School Organizations

There are 233 clubs include anime, archery, Assassins Guild, Caving, Car, Caribbean, Chimistry, Chest, and more fun clubs.

COOL FACTS

This school is in the 4th place for the best school in America and one of the hallways (The Infinity Hallway) is a sixth of a mile. The average gpa needed for MIT is 4.13 and the acceptance rate of MIT is 7.9.
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