Information Session & Tour for Prospective Students
The MIT Undergraduate Admissions Information Sessions cover a variety of topics including academics, campus life, and the admissions and financial aid processes. Immediately following the information session is a student-led campus tour. Reservations are highly recommended for information sessions. Register for your visit.
Campus Tours for Everyone
MIT Campus Tours are open to the general public and led by current students. Learn more about MIT through their stories, experiences, and favorite facts. These 90-minute walking tours cover some of the most popular areas of the campus, including the Student Center, the Zesiger Center, the Infinite Corridor, Killian Court, and the Stata Center.
If you plan to bring a group of 10 or more to campus, please complete the private group request form.
There are special tours available for prospective students interested in majoring in Architecture or "Course 4," those interested in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) or "Course 6" as we call it, and those interested in majoring in Aeronautics and Astronautics, also known as "AeroAstro" and "Course 16".
Course 4 Tours
If you are interested in Architecture, we recommend that you make a special visit to the department while you are at MIT. Ideally, two weeks before your visit, email Paul Pettigrew in the Course 4 Undergraduate Office.
Course 6 Tours
If you're interested in EECS, we recommend that you make a special visit to the department while you're at MIT. A few days prior to your visit, email Anne M. Hunter or Vera Sayzew in the Course 6 Undergraduate Office.
Course 16 Tours
If you'd like to tour the AeroAstro Department, please contact Marie Stuppard at least two weeks in advance. Tours are given from 1-2PM, on Mondays and Fridays, excluding holidays.
Student Life Programs
The following program is offered during the academic year:
Attend a Class
To experience the academic side of MIT, you are welcome to attend an approved undergraduate class.
Please note that classes are suspended for MIT Spring Break on March 26–30.