The MIT Registrar’s Office manages the student registration process from pre- and cross-registration to transfer credit and adding or dropping classes. As the steward of your registration, the Registrar's Office assess tuition rates, set each year by the MIT Corporation. They also assist students in fulfilling the General Institute Requirements, declaring double majors and minors, navigating leaves of absence and returns, and auditing progress toward their degrees.
- Pre-registration is an opportunity for you to plan your class schedule for the upcoming term and prepare to meet with your advisor.
- Registering for classes at MIT is a two-step process, comprised of pre-registration and registration. During pre-registration, you will plan for the upcoming term by making preliminary subject selections. When registration opens, you will meet with your advisor to finalize your academic plans for the term.
- Conflict Calendar
- This DUSP specific conflict calendar will help you navigate creating your schedule and avoid timing conflicts.
- Advising Resources
- The Registrar's Office provides resources for making the most of your relationship with your advisor. Additional resources for DUSP students may be found here.
- Student Status
- You become an MIT student at the start of your first term, or if you are a returning student, the term in which you are readmitted. Learn more about leaves of absence, returns, and student loads via the Registrar's Office.
- Tuition and Fees
- Tuition for the upcoming academic year is announced in March by the MIT Corporation and based on a recommendation from Academic Council.
- MIT Student Financial Services
- For more detailed information regarding the cost of attendance, including specific costs for tuition and fees, books and supplies, housing and food as well as transportation, please visit the SFS website.