MIT Academic Resources for Students

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OGE (Office of Graduate Education)

Staff in the OGE can provide advice and counsel on a variety of issues including faculty/student relationships, conflict negotiation, funding, academic progress, interpersonal concerns, and a student’s rights and responsibilities. They can also help with excused absences and provide clarification about graduate policies and procedures.

Graduate Student Council

GSC is made up of many student leaders/committee members who work with MIT administration and faculty on graduate student issues. They plan and host MIT Graduate Orientation and offer funding for student activities (application needed).

Campus Map

Registrar’s Office

The Registrar handles all issues with registration, maintaining student status, and completion of the degree. They can offer confirmation of enrollment letters as well as transcripts, copies of diploma, etc.


Need to find a room on campus right away? You can use QuickRoom to find what is available.  This service is not a reservation system and only allows students on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Academic Calendar

Student Financial Services

MIT Parking and Transportation (MBTA pass program, MIT Parking, MIT shuttle schedule)

MIT ID Card office

MIT Course Catalog

Course Evaluations for Media Arts and Sciences

Writing Help for Graduate Students

Student Disabilities Services (accommodation requests for courses)

International Students Office

Students are responsible for coordinating directly with ISO about their visas. MAS and admins are not expected to keep up-to-date records on student visas due to privacy reasons.

MIT Housing (on and off campus resources)

MIT Mind and Hand Book

Academic Integrity at MIT

Responsible and Ethical Conduct at MIT

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