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The people you live with, the people you travel with, the people you eat with, the people you experience new things with," that's what defines MIT, says Daniel "Gonzo" Gonzalez Cunningham '20, one of the winners of the #ThisisMIT video contest. For the contest, students shared short videos focusing on what they loved to do outside of the lab and classroom. Watch the videos and see what makes MIT such a special place for so many.

February Updates & Notes (FUN) Form

The FUN form is live on your MyMIT account. All students who were admitted or deferred in Early Action, and all students who applied for Regular Action, are required to fill this form out by February 15. Once the form is submitted there's no way to edit it, so please make sure you have all of your updated information ready before completing it. For further instructions and FAQs, check out this blog post.

Serving Those in Need

"For me, that was a perfect way to start my experience at MIT," says MIT senior Anjali Misra. Anjali talks about her freshman pre-orientation experience, being a certified emergency medical technician, and how she always knew she wanted to be a doctor.

Transfer Application for Fall Entry

The application for September entry is now available! We must receive your final application with all supporting documents by March 15.  

More about our transfer process »

Research @ MIT: SuperUROP!

"The music is as unique as a game play," said Patrick Egbuchulam, an EECS senior. Patrick is spending his SuperUROP working to enhance video game play by making the music responsive to what a player is experiencing. What's a Super UROP? It's a year-long research project through the Advanced Undergraduate Research Program. Students learn the essentials of research, from designing experiments to writing research papers and presenting at conferences. This year, for the first time, the program was open to students from the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, as well as the School of Engineering. Read about the 130 undergrads digging deep into research this year.