MIT Admissions

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Make your home @ MIT

You may accept or decline your offer of admission through MyMIT by May 1. The reply form tells us whether you plan to enroll in the fall, request a gap year, or have found a better fit elsewhere. Your response helps us understand and improve our process, so please submit it no matter what you decide!

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Life @ MIT

Senior Evan Denmark explores new cultures through travel and documentary making. “In the future I want to be an innovator of the visual arts, with respect to technology. To become a technical artist, if you will,” Denmark says. While interning at Pixar Animation Studios last summer, Denmark built tools for modeling artists to use to when creating animations. Learn more.

Standardized Testing

For those students preparing to apply to MIT this fall or next spring, it's time to start thinking about standardized testing! Remember, MIT requires the ACT or the SAT, in addition to two SAT Subject Tests in math and science. For SAT resources and registration deadlines, visit the College Board.

It Begins with an Idea: Research @ MIT

Are you serious about pursuing innovative ideas that serve an important market or social need? At MIT, we’re committed to nurturing your curiosity and providing you with the resources to help you get started. Through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), every student at MIT has the chance to work shoulder to shoulder with world-class faculty, research staff, and graduate students to solve problems that no one has ever solved before.

Learn how »