What is WebSIS?
WebSIS is a web-based student information system
providing students access to
academic and financial information such as grades,
status of registration,
aid statements, recent account activities, and so on.
Students can also use WebSIS for actions such as pre-registering
for classes, changing addresses, requesting transcripts
and satisfying the loan entrance interview requirement.
a current MIT student, just
click here to enter WebSIS!
How is WebSIS made secure?
WebSIS uses public/private key cryptography to encrypt your data while it
is being sent between the server and your web browser. WebSIS also uses
X.509 certificates, granted by a special MIT certifying authority, to
authenticate users. Before using WebSIS, you must
get a digital certificate
from the MIT certifying authority. You can also
read more information
about the technology behind certificates and cyptography.
Can I just peek at WebSIS?
If you're coming in from outside MIT, or you just want to see a preview
of the system without getting a certificate, you can
take a guided tour and see sample screens.
Who put WebSIS together?
A team of people from Student Information Systems,
the Office of the Registrar,
the Student Financial Aid Office, the Office of the Bursar, and
Infomation Systems. If you want to know who we are, you can
read our names here.
Web pages designed by Andy Oakland