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College Search - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - MIT

12/22/2012

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA

www.collegeboard.org

At A Glance
Main Address
77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139-4307 www.mit.edu

Admission Office
77 Massachusetts Avenue, Room 3-108 Cambridge, MA 02139-4307 (617) 253-3400 Fax : (617) 258-8304 admissions@mit.edu Contact : Stuart Schmill Dean of Admissions

Type of School
Medium Private University 4-year school Coed Regionally Accredited New England Association of Colleges and Schools College Board Member College Board Code: 3514

Quick Facts
Regular Application Deadline : January 1 Percentage of students graduating within 6 years : 93.0% Total undergraduates : 4,384 First-time degree-seeking freshmen : 1,126 Percentage of financial need met (average) : 100.0% Average financial aid package : $37,512.00 In-State Tuition : $42,050.00 Out-of-State Tuition : $42,050.00

School Calendar
4-1-4

Degree's Available
Bachelor's Master's Doctoral

Setting
Small City (50-250k) Urban Residential campus

Deadlines
Admission
Regular application due: No Regular Application Deadline Priority application due : -College will notify student of admission : Mar 20 Student must reply to acceptance by : -Housing deposit due : --

Early Decision And Action
Early action application due : Nov 1 College will notify student of early action admission by : Dec 20

Tests
SAT Reasoning/ACT Score report due : Feb 15 SAT subject score report due : Feb 15

Financial Aid
Financial Aid Application due : Feb 15 Financial Aid Priority Application due : -College will notify student : Apr 1 Student must reply : May 1

Transfer Students
Transfer Application closing date : May 1 College will notify student of transfer decision by : May 1 Transfer priority application date : -Transfer student must reply : Jun 10 Transfer deadline for filing financial aid forms : Mar 1 Transfer priority financial aid deadline : -College will notify student of financial aid decisions on or about : Apr 15 Student must reply to financial aid decision by : May 1

International Students
Fall application due : Jan 1
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collegeboard. Management.MIT 12/22/2012 Major and Learning Environment Learning Environment Calendar type : 4-1-4 Student-faculty ratio : 8 to 1 Degree's Offered in : Bachelor's. M = Master degree Architecture & Related Programs Architecture (BArch.0% Business/Marketing : 5. Gen Studies & Humanities Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies B Mathematics & Statistics Mathematics. Doctoral degrees Graduating in 6 years : 93. Technology and Society B D Philosophy & Religious Studies Philosophy B D Physical Sciences Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology.College Search .0% All Majors Levels at which colleges offer undergraduate majors are designated by these letters : A = Associate degree. MA/MS.org/college-university-search/print-college-profile?id=4075 2/9 .0% Mathematics : 8. B = Bachelor's degree. Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering B D M Biomedical/Medical Engineering B D M Chemical Engineering B D M Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering B Civil Engineering. General D M https://bigfuture. General M Engineering Aerospace. General B D Computational Biology D M Neuroscience B D Business. C = Certificate degree. & Related Support Business/Commerce.0% Social Sciences : 6. Literatures & Linguistics Foreign Languages and Literatures.0% Returning for sophomore year : 98. Literature & Letters Creative Writing B English Language and Literature. General B Linguistics B D M History History. PhD) B D M City/Urban. Electronics and Communications Engineering B D M Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering B D M Materials Engineering B D M Mechanical Engineering B D M Nuclear Engineering B D M Operations Research D M Systems Engineering D M Transportation and Highway Engineering D M English Language. D = Doctor degree. Support Services Computer Science B D M Computer and Information Sciences. General B Liberal Arts & Sciences.0% Computer and Information Sciences : 13. MArch. General B Foreign Language.Massachusetts Institute of Technology . General B D Multi & Interdisciplinary Studies Cognitive Science B D Mathematics and Computer Science B Science.0% Physical Sciences : 10. Journalism & Related Programs Digital Communication and Media/Multimedia D M Mass Communication/ Media Studies B M Computer & Information Sciences. BA/BS. General B D M Communication.0% Biology : 8. Marketing. Community and Regional Planning B D M Real Estate Development M Biological & Biomedical Sciences Biology/Biological Sciences.0% Accreditation and Associations New England Association of Colleges and Schools Regionally Accredited College Board Member Most Popular Majors Bachelor's Engineering : 41. General B D M Electrical. Master's.

visual arts center. available in: Computer Center.510 Student General Information All students average age : 20 Full time students average age : 20 In state students : 9. numerous laboratories and centers Geographic Location : museum. Air Force ROTC.MIT 12/22/2012 Chemistry.0% Campus Life Campus General Information Unique Facilities : museum.126 Degree-seeking undergrads : 4. 46.0% Non-Resident Alien : 10.0% Men who Join Fraternities 29.collegeboard. visual arts center.College Search . General B D M Visual & Performing Arts Music.0% Race Ethnicity Unknown : 4.Massachusetts Institute of Technology . General B D M Political Science and Government.edu/ Housing Policies First-year students living in college housing : 100. Libraries.0% Percentage of females : 45. Chemical and Physical D M Physics.0% Other Activities & Organizations Other Activities & Organizations : Many undergraduate buildings designated smoke-free.0% Race/Ethnicity Two or more races : 3.0% Hispanic/Latino : 15. Army ROTC. General B D M Planetary Astronomy and Science D M Social Sciences Anthropology B Economics.363 Graduate enrollment : 6. Student Center Dorms wired for access to campus-wide network Dorms wired for high speed internet connections Computer repair service available on campus Student web hosting available Wireless network available Where Graduates Go Within one year of receiving their bachelor’s degree: Law : 1.384 First-time degree-seeking freshmen : 1.0% Black African American : 7.0% Women who Join Sororities Student Newspaper : The Tech Student Newspaper URL : http://tech.0% Part Time students : <1% Percentage of males : 55.0% Other : 32.0% Out of state students : 91. General B Special Study Options Cooperative Education Cross-Registration Internships Teacher Certification Double Major Off-Campus Study Options Study Abroad Semester At Sea ROTC Available ROTC. General B D M Geophysics and Seismology D M Meteorology D M Oceanography. Navy Computer Services 1100 Public computers.mit.0% White : 36. Dorms.0% All undergraduates living in college housing : 90. numerous laboratories and centers Small City Urban Residential Campus Total undergraduates : 4.0% Housing Options Apartments For Married Students Coed Housing Fraternity/Sorority Housing Special Housing For Disabled Students Women's Housing Wellness Housing (alcohol/drug/smoke-free) Theme Housing Additional Housing Options https://bigfuture.0% Asian : 24.org/college-university-search/print-college-profile?id=4075 General Athletics 3/9 .0% Medical : 6. General B D Geology/Earth Science.

College Search .MIT 12/22/2012 Car is not allowed for freshman Pet is not allowed in the Dorm Team Name : Engineers Sport Member : NCAA Sport's Levels Available Club NCAA Division III Intercollegiate Intramural NCAA Division I Counseling And Wellness Alcohol/substance abuse counseling Chaplain/spiritual director Career counseling Employment services for undergraduates Health services On-campus daycare Personal counseling Placement services for graduates Financial aid counseling Services for Students with Disabilities Services and/or facilities for hearing impaired Partial services for students with learning disabilities Services and/or facilities for speech or communications disorders Services and/or facilities for visually impaired Wheelchair Accessibility Academic Support Services Learning center Pre-admission summer program Study skills assistance Tutoring Writing center Activities Y indicates available and N indicates not available Activity Name Campus Ministries Choral Groups Concert Band Dance Activity Drama/Theater Film Society Fraternities Government or Political Activity International Student Organization Jazz Band Literary Magazine Marching Band Model United Nations Music Ensembles Musical Theater Opera Pep Band Radio Station Sororities Student Newspaper Symphony Orchestra Television Station Yearbook Available on Campus Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N N Y Y Y Y Y Y Sports Sport Name Archery Badminton Levels Available Men's Club Women's Club Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's Club Women's Club Men's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's Club Women's Club 4/9 Baseball Basketball Bowling Cheerleading https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-university-search/print-college-profile?id=4075 .Massachusetts Institute of Technology .

MIT 12/22/2012 Cross-Country Diving Fencing Field Hockey Football Football(non-tackle) Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Judo Lacrosse Rifle Rowing (Crew) Rugby Sailing Skiing Soccer Softball Squash Swimming Table tennis Tennis Track and Field Track: Indoor Track: Outdoor https://bigfuture.org/college-university-search/print-college-profile?id=4075 Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Women's Intercollegiate Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's Club Women's Club Men's Club Women's Club Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's Club Women's Club Men's Club Women's Club Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Club Women's Club Women's NCAA Division I Men's Club Women's Club Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's Club Women's Club Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's Club Women's Club Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's NCAA Division III 5/9 .College Search .Massachusetts Institute of Technology .collegeboard.

leadership.800 : 61.0% 600 .742 Enrolled : 1. Applicant's context considered.0% 24 . love of learning.0% 600 .599 : 5. resiliency.599 : 6.collegeboard.College Search .36 : 84.0% Top Quarter : 100.0% 500 .00 Application fee notes: Paper/Online Total applicants : 17.0%% of applicants admitted Applied early admission : -Admitted early admission : -Applied early action : 6. Important factors include character.29 : 2.0% ACT English 30 . test scores.36 : 98.36 : 94.699 : 32.800 : 92.org/college-university-search/print-college-profile?id=4075 6/9 .800 : 68.0% Advanced Placement Program (AP) Information Offers credit for AP Exams : Yes Offers placement into higher-level courses for AP Exams : Yes High school Coursework https://bigfuture.0% 18 .403 Admitted early action : 772 Plan Available for early admission : Early action . curriculum.068 Number accepting place : 967 Accepted from list : 27 Very Important Character/Personal Qualities Important Academic GPA Application Essay Extracurricular Activities Interview Recommendations Rigor of secondary school record Standardized Test Scores Talent/Ability Considered Class Rank First generation college student Geographical Residence Racial/Ethnic Status Volunteer Work Work Experience Test Policies for Admission Decisions Required: SAT Subject Tests Required: SAT or ACT Test Policies for placement AP Institution's own exam Other Test Policies Two SAT Subject Tests required. grades.0% 24 .699 : 27.126 Most selective 10.0% SAT Math 700 . recommendations.0% 400 .29 : 6.0% 600 .0% SAT Critical Reading 700 .0% ACT Composite 30 .0% ACT Math 30 .23 : 1. A note from the college Holistic review of application.not restrictive Offered place on waitlist : 1.0% Top Half : 100. creativity.0% 500 .0% SAT Writing 700 . personal accomplishments.MIT 12/22/2012 Triathlon Volleyball Water Polo Wrestling Women's NCAA Division III Men's Club Women's Club Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's Club Women's Club Men's NCAA Division III Women's NCAA Division III Men's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Women's Club Men's NCAA Division III Men's Club Applying General Applying Information Application Fee: $75.Massachusetts Institute of Technology .699 : 8.29 : 15.499 : 1.909 Admitted : 1.0% 24 . one each in math and science. High school class rank of incoming freshmen Top Tenth : 97.

mitadmissions.MIT 12/22/2012 High school diploma is required and GED is not accepted College Preparatory Program Required Course Name English Math Science Social Studies Foreign Language Required 0 0 0 0 0 Recommended 4 4 4 2 2 TEST Scores Percent who submitted SAT scores : 89. Note: Address all questions on applying to MIT to admissions@mit.0% % Judged to have need : 87.0% and Percent who submitted ACT scores : 36.collegeboard.770 740 . See MIT Admissions website.Massachusetts Institute of Technology .0% https://bigfuture. http://www.0% % of freshmen with need who received financial aid : 79.770 32 .01 ---------- Paying Financial Aid Distribution & Stats % of scholarship / grants : 87.0% Test Subjects SAT Critical Reading SAT Math SAT Writing ACT Composite Middle 50% of First-Year Students 670 .org/.01 -----------------8.35 AP & Admission Policy From the college: Advanced classes (such as AP) in math and science highly recommended where available.College Search .01 8.800 680 .0% % Applied for need-based aid : 74.org/college-university-search/print-college-profile?id=4075 7/9 . Exam Art History Calculus AB Calculus BC Calculus BC: AB Subscore Chinese Language and Culture Comparative Government and Politics English Language and Composition English Literature and Composition European History French Language and Culture French Literature German Language and Culture Human Geography Italian Language and Culture Japanese Language and Culture Latin Literature Latin: Vergil Macroeconomics Microeconomics Music Theory Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Physics C: Mechanics Psychology Spanish Language Spanish Literature Studio Art: 2-D Design Portfolio Studio Art: 3-D Design Portfolio Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio United States Government and Politics United States History World History Min Score Required 5 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Number of Credits 9 -12 -9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 12 12 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Equivalent Course(s) --18.edu.0% % of loans / jobs : 13.

050.000.050.00 $17.Massachusetts Institute of Technology .050. Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).050.00 $43. Part-Time Costs Cost per credit hour (in-state): $650.547.00 $37.512.000.00 Financial Aid Deadlines Regular Financial Aid Deadline : Feb 15 Financial Aid Notification Date : Apr 1 Respond By Date : May 1 Contact Information Financial aid contact name : Elizabeth Hicks Financial aid office phone : (617) 253-4971 Financial Aid Forms Domestic first-year financial aid applicants must submit the following forms.00 $42.00 Cost per credit hour (out-of-state): -- Financial Aid Policies This school practices need-blind admissions. Most college students receive financial aid.0 scale): 3 Maximum credits/courses from a 2-year institution: -Maximum credits/courses from a 4-year institution: -Minimum credits transfers must complete to earn bachelor's degree: -https://bigfuture.001-$48.org/college-university-search/print-college-profile?id=4075 8/9 .00 The prices listed above are probably not what you and your family will pay.0% Average 1st year financial aid package : $37.000 $30. For U.050.001-$75.135.00 Avg indebtedness at graduation : $18. Student Financial Aid component.00 --$43.00 -$57.00 At Home $42.00 $57. if applicable: FAFSA Business / farm supplement CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE Noncustodial Profile Other: Parents' complete federal income tax returns from prior year and W2s.00 Avg need-based loan : $2.0% % that had need fully met : 87.233.MIT 12/22/2012 % that were offered aid : 87. Department of Education.00 $42.010.collegeboard. For Transfer Students Credit Information Minimum number of credits: -Minimum college GPA (on a 4.00 $42.00 Source: U.00 $5. colleges.000 $75.548.000.S.127.0 scale): -Lowest grade earned for course that may be transferred for credit (on a 4.672.050.050.00 $1.S.00 $10. Average Net Price & Cost of Attendance Average Net Price by Income Level (2010-11 Academic Year) Income Level $0-$30.001+ Average Net Price $5.College Search . which reduces the amount the family actually pays.00 $12.000 $48.050.050.001-$110.0% % of need met : 100. fall collection.050.010.00 --$43. National Center for Education Statistics.000+ $110.00 -$1.00 -$1.772.497.00 Off Campus $42.692. use the college's net price calculator to get the best estimate of what your family will pay. Tuition Plans Offered Installment payment Annual College Costs Cost Category In-state tuition and fees: Out-of-state tuition and fees: Room and board: Books and supplies: Estimated personal expenses: Transportation expenses: Estimated Total In-state: Estimated Total Out-of-state: On Campus $42.00 Avg need-based scholarship or grant award : $35. Institutional Characteristics component and winter collection.188.00 $1.00 $43.

For International Students Admission for International Students International Application Due for Fall 2013: Jan 1 Application fee: $75.00 Room & Board(off-campus): -Additional estimated expenses: -Costs per credit hour: $650.org/college-university-search/print-college-profile?id=4075 9/9 .00 Annual College Costs Tuition and Fees: $42.College Search .050. but not more than 5 semesters.0% Transfers enrolled: 38 Terms in which transfer students may enroll Fall Spring Transfers accepted as 2nd semester freshman Sophomore Junior Services for students transferring IN from another school Advisor Orientation Services for students transferring OUT of this school Transfer advisor Special Requirements SAT Subject Tests in math and science required.00 Financial Aid International students eligible for need based aid Total Amount Awarded: $15.0% Transfers admitted: 44 Transfers enrolled percentage: 8.collegeboard. Applicants who are not US Citizens or Permanent Residents may only apply for entry in Fall semester.MIT 12/22/2012 Admission Requirements (Required) Essay or Personal Statement Standardized Test Scores Statement of good standing from Prior Institution(s) College Transcript(s) High School Transcript Students who applied for transfer Total students who applied for transfer: 443 Transfers admitted percentage: 9. Applicants must have 2 semesters of college.00 Number of enrolled international undergraduates received aid: 353 Non-resident aliens must submit the following financial aid forms: Foreign Student Financial Aid Application Tests for International Students TOEFL Required of non-resident alien applicants TOEFL (internet-based test) average score: 107 TOEFL (internet-based test) minimum score: 90 TOEFL (paper) average score: 633 TOEFL (paper) minimum score: 577 Services for International Students Special International Student Orientation Program International Student Adviser https://bigfuture.188.00 Room & Board(on-campus): $12.Massachusetts Institute of Technology .461. at time of potential enrollment.718.

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