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What does the Office of the First Year do?

The Office of the First Year supports a number of programs that enrich and support undergraduate education at MIT, and serves as your first year headquarters as well as a resource during your undergraduate years.

The mission of the office is to provide excellent services and programs to catalyze student exploration and access to opportunity, and promote the academic success and personal development of undergraduates.

Staff members provide linkage to your academic advisor, associate advisor, and general academic information. In addition, staff can assist you with the development of skills and learning strategies and can provide individual advising on academic issues and undergraduate research involvement.

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