MIT: Independent Activities Period: IAP

About IAP: Role of the IAP Coordinator

IAP Coordinators encourage colleagues in their department, laboratory, center, office, or student group to offer and to attend IAP activities. These individuals are typically authorized for this role by the head of the sponsoring group.

Subject and activity planners should consider the following:

The IAP Coordinator serves as the source of information about IAP resources, policies, and procedures for his/her area, and should be familiar with basic IAP guidelines outlined on the Non-Credit Activities: Guidelines and For-Credit Subjects: Guidelines pages. The online MIT Bulletin also contains IAP policy information.

IAP Coordinators are expected to:

Find IAP 2013 Coordinators by Sponsor

View the list of authorized IAP Coordinators to find the name and contact information for those authorized to post activities in the online IAP Guide for your sponsoring group.