Whenever I ask students what they would like to see improved at MIT, advising is very often at the top of the list. What I hear from undergraduates is that they are looking for more consistent and frequent interaction with their advisors. Freshmen want someone who will help them navigate MIT and explore areas of academic and personal interest. Upperclassmen want someone who will provide effective academic advising in the context of career and personal development opportunities. At the same time, students are looking to make real connections and develop mentoring relationships, especially with faculty. They want to get to know faculty outside the classroom and gain their insight and advice...
Q: MIT has a new Director of Digital Learning. What does that mean to students?
Read response from Sanjay Sarma, Director of Digital Learning
Q: What buildings and departments on campus are closed or have special hours for the holidays and IAP?
MIT Medical, MIT Libraries, MIT Dining, and a few more MIT offices have special hours. Visit Division of Student Life News to see a schedule of what's open and what's closed.
20th annual Charm School on Friday, Feb 1, from 12-5pm in the Student Center (W20).
Learn all about stress and how exercise can help. Plus pet puppies on Dec 14, 3-7pm, in the Z Center Lobby.
All students are invited to attend the summit Jan 30, 8:30am-4pm.
Please complete subject evaluations by Dec 17 at 9am.
Get snacks, study tips, and relax at UAAP SPA (Stress Prevention Activities) Dec 11-12, 10am-2pm in 7-103.
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