Graduate students to start returning to campus
Graduate students who are eligible to register for summer or fall 2020 and remain in housing beyond July 31 due to renewed housing licenses or on-campus housing assignment for the upcoming academic year may return to campus.
MIT no longer considers SAT subject tests as part of admissions process
MIT Admissions will not consider the subject tests even if students have already taken them. “If we weren’t going to require them from everyone, we didn’t want to consider them for anyone,” Schmill wrote.
Global Education Office closed, study abroad to be managed by MISTI
Students will be able to receive the same level of support, assistance, and care as before.
New apartment-style graduate residence to be built on Vassar Street
Rates for the residence hall will be determined by the building’s condition as well as the rates charged for similar on- and off-campus housing options.
MIT receives $261 million from Lord Foundation
The Lord Foundations were established by Thomas Lord to support institutions seeking to advance research, education, and innovation. Each foundation benefits a specific university or institution selected by Lord and his successor, Donald Alstadt.
Graduate Family Support Working Group interim report released
As a result of the working group’s discoveries, a new mailing list has been launched, a summer orientation webinar has been developed, an Atlas for New Grads family tile is being developed, and a WhatsApp group specially made for graduate families has been created.