Undergraduate engineering and computer science programs are No. 1; undergraduate business program is No. 2.
MIT’s dean of admissions and student financial services talks about helping rural students better understand their options for going to college.
Financial aid support remains strong, offsetting a 3.75 percent rise in tuition, and changes to housing, dining, and other costs.
“MIT Illuminations,” a colorful installation and introduction to creative computation, is now open in Kendall Square
Located in the new MIT Welcome Center in Building E38, the installation expresses the dynamic, vibrant culture of MIT through the medium of programmable light.
Financial aid support remains strong, and free tuition guarantee is increased.
Former associate director succeeds founding director Lydia Snover; MIT 2022 Quality of Life Survey launches.
Financial aid will remain robust and, after being held flat last year in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, tuition and fees will increase by 3.85 percent.
Violence Prevention and Response and Title IX and Bias Response Office celebrate individuals and departments for standing up to sexual harassment and assault.