MIT undergraduate and graduate students are automatically eligible for participation in MIT’s summer session. There’s a summer tuition subsidy to assist graduate students, but MIT doesn’t award need-based aid from institutional sources to undergraduates for attending summer school.
You may be eligible for a graduate student summer tuition subsidy under certain circumstances. However, if you’re a candidate for a professional degree, you’ll be charged tuition if you’re registered for the summer. Consult the Summer Session Catalogue for more information on tuition and financial aid for graduate and professional students.
Summer UROPAlthough a summer UROP is usually done for pay, registered MIT undergraduates may do this for academic credit instead. To receive credit for a project, register with the Registrar's Office for the Summer Session. Tuition is based on the number of units earned and is charged per unit. There is no MIT financial aid available to assist with this tuition charge.