Graduate Student Orientation, Fall 2017
Important information for admitted graduate students can be found in the Admissions Office's Planning Guide.
Additional helpful information is provided by the Graduate Student Council (GSC) Orientation Committee.
|Jul. 10||Fall Student Bills will be posted to WebSIS: no paper bills to be mailed. Credit for Fall Math Department financial aid awards, with few exceptions, should appear in the system by this time. Any "late payment fee" resulting from a delay in entering financial awards will be cancelled once the financial award is processed. Other fees, such as the $156/term Student Life Fee and Housing expenses, are solely the responsibility of each student.||Student Financial Services
(617) 258-0700 (FAX)
|July||Graduate Medical Report forms must be completed and submitted to MIT;
Requests for waiver of medical/accident insurance due. Be sure to read all "New Student" information about MIT Medical.
(617) 253-4121 (FAX)
|Aug 1||1st Payment of Fall Student Bills or payment in full due.||Student Financial Services|
|upon arrival at MIT||Graduate Math Orientation Folders available: please check in here as soon as you arrive on campus||Math Academic Services (MAS)
|upon arrival at MIT||International students to check in at ISO: sign up for an immigration info session. Obtain clearance to register.||International Students Office|
|Mon., Aug. 14
|All incoming students must obtain an MIT photo ID card.
International Students must be cleared by ISO before obtaining an MIT ID card.
While at the Atlas Service Center, also complete the I-9 process. More information, including the I-9 form, can be found at hrweb.mit.edu/i-9
|Atlas Service Center|
|Mon., Aug. 28||MIT Graduate Student Orientation Week begins.||Graduate Student Council (GSC)|
|Tue., Aug. 29||English Evaluation Test, 9am-12pm, 10-250.||International Students Office|
|Fri., Sept. 1||Department of Mathematics Orientation Meeting.
10:30am, lunch at 12.
|Mon., Sept. 4||LABOR DAY: a federal holiday—all MIT offices closed as well as banks, post offices, libraries and other public buildings.|
|Tue., Sept. 5||Registration Day, MIT|
|Wed., Sept. 6||1st day of classes at MIT, Fall 2017|