MIT Summer Housing Lottery
MIT's undergraduate residence program helps students find a living environment where they can thrive personally, socially and academically. Whether a student chooses to live in one of MIT's 11 undergraduate residence halls or 4 cultural houses, there's a diversity of lifestyles and cultures within the residence system that reflects that of our student body. Students apply for their preferred housing option during the summer prior to freshman year.
The Undergraduate Housing website provides specifics on each of the residence halls; housing application procedures (i.e. the summer housing lottery), forms and deadlines; details on the special housing programs; and answers to commonly asked questions.
REMINDER: the Housing Lottery will open on Saturday, June 1, 2013. You MUST enter the summer housing lottery by Saturday, June 15, 2013. Be sure to also submit your advising application by June 15 as well.
If you want to live in a RBA residence hall (e.g. Maseeh Hall, McCormick Hall, Next House, Spanish House or Chocolate City), be sure to rank the RBA residence halls in your top four choices. You will also be asked to select your RBA advising preferences for each ranked house (where requested on the Summer Housing Lottery website).
The RBA program offers a select group of seminars and advisors available only to RBA students. Be sure to review the RBA seminar descriptions for each house of interest to you.
If you have any questions regarding undergraduate housing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 617-253-2811, or visit W59-200.