Orientation and REX require an effort by the entire campus to welcome our new students to MIT. That’s why the Review Committee on Orientation (RCO), which spent the last year studying how we integrate incoming students, consisted of students, faculty, and staff—people from across the community coming together to study a vital community event.
This spring, the RCO presented its final report to us...
Q: MIT dorms thrive in part because the residents have much autonomy with regards to dorm governance and administration. Talk of improving dorm safety and security includes ideas that could restrict this freedom. How does MIT plan to balance these competing needs?
Read the response from the Office of the Dean for Student Life
Q: I feel that community service should be an integral part of one's education while in college. Do you have any thoughts on how to promote the value of local public service to MIT students?
Read the response from the MIT Public Service Center
One-size-fits-all security approach is not practical for MIT's residential system.
Events, exhibits, and programs educate and heal.
Recommendations address orientation programming, FPOPs, REX, and FSILG recruitment.
On April 23, join the discussion on "What can inclusion@MIT become?"
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