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In Memory of Danielle Guichard-Ashbrook
Along with the Book of Condolences in the ISO reception area, is available at the request of our students and alumni/ae around the world for anyone to share their memories and condolences. An MIT community-wide memorial service for Danielle is planned for early February 2015.


ISO Holiday Open House
December 8 to 19, 2014, E39-278
Come and enjoy some holiday treats and hot cider with the ISO.

Christmas Vacation - ISO Closed
December 25 & 26, 2014
The ISO will be closed on Christmas Day and the Day after Christmas for an Institute-wide holiday.

New Year's Vacation - ISO Closed
January 1 & 2, 2015
The ISO will be closed on New Year's Day and the Day after New Year's for an Institute-wide holiday.

Welcome to the International Students Office (ISO) at MIT. The ISO serves all incoming and currently enrolled international students at the Institute. The ISO assists students in maintaining their legal status in the United States, provides support for their dependents, and promotes interaction with and integration into the MIT community at large.

MIT ISO Announcements

An Important Message to Our Students – We are writing to you to share some very sad news that our dear Director and Associate Dean, Danielle Guichard-Ashbrook, died on Nov. 5th, surrounded by her family. (More)

2014-2015 Statistics – This year's statistics are now online.

ISO Relocates to Bldg E39-278 On Tuesday, October 21st, the MIT International Students Office relocated to the second floor of Building E39 (55 Hayward Street) in Kendall Square on the corner of Main and Hayward streets.

Fall/Winter Travel –If you plan to travel during the upcoming season, please read our travel advisory page to be prepared for re-entry to the US. The I-94 arrival/departure system is now electronic if you are traveling by air or sea.

Newly Admitted Students – Congratulations on your admissions to MIT. Graduate admits, please click on the above link to get started. Undergraduate admits will be receiving more information by e-mail.