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  • 2010 Projects: Classrooms in Building 4: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Subject Listing Schedule Reservations General Rules Classroom Inventory Renovation Planning Current Projects 2015 Projects 2014 Projects 2013 Projects 2012 Projects 2011 Projects 2010 Projects Exams Home Classrooms Renovation Planning 2010 Projects Classrooms in Building 4 During the summer of 2010 three classrooms in building 4 were renovated 4 146 4 159 and 4 163 Each of these classrooms was upgraded as follows New walls floors ceilings lighting and HVAC systems

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/classrooms/plans/2010_projects.html (2016-02-01)
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  • 2008 Project: Renovation of 10-250: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Diplomas Classrooms Forms Petitions Subject Listing Schedule Reservations General Rules Classroom Inventory Renovation Planning Current Projects 2014 Projects 2013 Projects 2012 Projects 2011 Projects 2010 Projects 2008 Project 2007 Projects Exams Home Classrooms Renovation Planning 2008 Project Renovation of 10 250 10 250 Huntington Hall the second largest lecture hall on campus 425 seats was renovated during the spring and summer of 2008 to include New seating flooring walls and

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/classrooms/plans/2008_projects.html (2016-02-01)
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  • 2007 Projects: Classrooms in Buildings 4 and 8: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Graduate Requirements Commencement Replacement Diplomas Classrooms Forms Petitions Subject Listing Schedule Reservations General Rules Classroom Inventory Renovation Planning Current Projects 2014 Projects 2013 Projects 2012 Projects 2011 Projects 2010 Projects 2008 Project 2007 Projects Exams Home Classrooms Renovation Planning 2007 Projects Classrooms in Buildings 4 and 8 During the summer of 2007 five classrooms in these buildings were renovated 4 145 4 149 4 153 8 119 and 8 205

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/classrooms/plans/2007_projects.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Changing a Major: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Pre registration Registration Instructions Cross registration Full time Registration Add drop Address Maintenance Majors and Minors Changing a Major Declaring a Minor Transfer Credit Grades Student Status Tuition and Fees Home Registration Majors and Minors Changing the Undergraduate Major To make one of the following changes submit a Change of Major Form Print the form fill out the student section and then meet with the Undergraduate Academic Administrator in the new Course Changing a single major Changing a double major to a single major the single major can be one of the Courses in the double major or a new Course Changing a Course in a previously approved double major to a Course in the same department for example 7 to 7A Switching the primary and secondary Courses in a previously approved double major If the Change of Major Form is received before the end of the eighth week of the fall or spring term or during the summer the change of major takes effect immediately End of the eighth week is three weeks after Add Date If the form is received after the eighth week the change takes effect for the next term A change within the same department

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/majors-minors/changemajor.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Application for a double major: MIT Office of the Registrar
    MIT or federal financial aid Examples of composite degrees also known as joint degrees include Mathematics with Computer Science 18 C Computer Science and Molecular Biology 6 7 the SB in Humanities and Science 21S and the SB in Humanities and Engineering 21E If a student pursues a 21S degree with the Science portion in Course 8 the student would not be permitted to apply for a second major in Course 8 Similarly if the Humanities portion of the 21S degree were in Course 21L the student could not apply for a second major in Course 21L Guidelines Students are expected to plan a double major program in advance and complete it in four or five years To be eligible a student must Be currently registered as an undergraduate Have completed at least three terms at MIT including at least one term in a department with a declared major Transfer students must complete at least two terms of work at MIT at least one of which must be in a department with a declared major Have a cumulative grade point average of 4 0 or higher Students with a lower GPA will not be considered except under extraordinary circumstances Apply on or before the Add Date of the term prior to the term in which he or she intends to graduate The Committee will consider late applications only under exceptional circumstances it will review late applications at its discretion on a case by case basis If a student wishes to complete a double major as part of the Master s of Engineering MEng program in Course 6 the student must apply before entering the graduate phase of the program even if the student expects to receive the SB at the same time as the MEng For double major applications in

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/subjects/cmtes/coc/petitions_doublemajor.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Minors in Science, Engineering, and Architecture: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Major Declaring a Minor Transfer Credit Grades Student Status Tuition and Fees Home Registration Majors and Minors Minors in Science Engineering and Architecture Application Form Completion Form Subject requirements are listed in the MIT Course Catalog under the department which offers the minor The requirements for minors in Astronomy and Biomedical Engineering are listed under interdisciplinary programs For instructions contact the Undergraduate Office in your field of interest Minor Fields

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/majors-minors/minor_fields.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Harvard Cross-registration Instructions for MIT Graduate Students: MIT Office of the Registrar
    one of Harvard s professioanl schools First year students including freshmen who declare Early Sophomore Standing are not eligible for cross registration Note Undergraduates may not cross register at the Harvard Business School Harvard Extension School or Harvard Summer school You must abide by the rules of both MIT and the Harvard school into which you are cross registering STEP 2 Choose your subject The Harvard course catalog is available online It is searchable by term school and keyword STEP 3 Meet the deadlines Students must meet the earlier of MIT s or Harvard s cross registration and add drop change deadlines The deadlines for cross registration differ across the schools at Harvard At some Harvard schools for example the Harvard Business School the deadline to cross register falls before or during the first week of classes at MIT Refer to the Harvard Coordinated Academic Calendar for the specific deadlines of each Harvard school MIT s deadline for completing cross registration is Add Date end of the fifth week of the term STEP 4 Submit a cross registration form at MIT s Student Services Center Complete a cross registration form and have it signed by your Faculty Advisor NOTE Subjects cannot be taken as a listener at the Harvard Law School Bring 2 copies of the signed form to the Student Services Center 11 120 The staff at the front desk there will date stamp both copies of the form and return one copy to you for your records You do not need to bring a copy of the paper form to Harvard You do need to follow STEP 5 in these instructions to submit Harvard s online cross registration petition STEP 5 Complete Harvard s online cross registration petition The Harvard cross registration petition is available online to MIT students To access the online form you must first create a Harvard XID account using your MIT email address If you have cross registered at Harvard in a previous term you may use an existing Harvard XID to cross register but not an HUID If you log in to Harvard s system with an HUID you will not be able to access online cross registration After submitting Harvard s online form your cross registration will be sent to the appropriate Harvard instructor and registrar for approval Please refer to Harvard s instructions on how to submit your Harvard online cross registration petition STEP 6 Check your status of registration on WebSIS To confirm that your cross registration is complete check that your Harvard subjects are appearing in your status of registration on WebSIS It takes some time for cross registration paperwork to be processed at the beginning of the term If a Harvard subject does not appear on your status of registration on WebSIS by the end of the fourth week of the term please check with the MIT Registrar s Office Return to Top Dropping a Harvard Subject MIT students may now drop Harvard subjects using the new Online

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/xreg/ugradMITtoHarvard.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Student Support Services: Withdrawals
    away and returning Before leaving the Institute you should have a clear understanding of the expectations during your withdrawal Call or stop by S3 to arrange an appointment with a dean Consultation with a dean is required in order to process a withdrawal There are three types of withdrawals Voluntary Withdrawal If a student in good academic standing wishes to take time away from MIT for non medical reasons a Voluntary Withdrawal may be appropriate A Voluntary Withdrawal is typically sought because a student wants to participate in an educational or personal growth experience e g internship religious mission or due to personal family circumstances Under the terms of a Voluntary Withdrawal a student takes at least one full semester away from MIT and cannot register again until s he has been readmitted Medical Withdrawal A Medical Withdrawal is usually prompted when a decision is made that for reasons pertaining to mental or physical health a student is unable to participate in campus life including but not limited to an inability to complete or make satisfactory progress towards Institute academic requirements Under the terms of a Medical Withdrawal a student must take at least one full semester away from MIT

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/uaap/s3/withdrawals/index.html (2016-02-01)
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