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  • Tuition Light Load for Undergraduates: Fall and Spring Terms: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Certifications Apostille Certifications Graduation Diplomas Dates and Deadlines Graduation Checklist Undergraduate Requirements Graduate Requirements Commencement Degree Certifications Replacement Diplomas Classrooms Subject Listing Schedule Reservations General Rules Classroom Inventory Renovation Planning Exams Forms Petitions Tuition Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Special Students Sloan School of Management Visiting Students Miscellaneous Fees Tuition Pro ration for Early Thesis Withdrawal Prior Years Tuition Information Home Registration Tuition and Fees Tuition Light Load for Undergraduates Undergraduates planning to register for fewer than 32 units should fill out a Tuition Adjustment Light Load Form The student s advisor must approve the Light Load Form The form is optional for fourth year students registering for thesis only or who are or will be on the degree list for the term as tuition is adjusted automatically after Drop Date If the form is submitted to the Registrar s Office 5 117 by Thursday December 3 light load tuition will appear on the first fall term bill Students are charged on a per unit basis for all subjects including those taken as a Listener and are charged on a pro rated basis for subjects dropped during the term The light load option is not available to students who are or

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/costs/undergraduate/lightload.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Concentrations
    a Concentration Advisor One of the subjects used in the Concentration may also count toward the Distribution Component of the HASS Requirement With prior approval the Concentration may include subjects taken outside of MIT Students may concentrate in a language not taught at MIT consult with the Concentration Advisor for Other Languages Students may concentrate and minor in the same field Fields of Concentration African and African Diaspora Studies American Studies Ancient and Medieval Studies Anthropology Archaeology and Archaeological Science Art Culture and Technology Asian and Asian Diaspora Studies Comparative Media Studies Development Economics Economics Ethics Global Studies and Languages Chinese ELS French German Japanese Portuguese Spanish Other Languages Studies in International Literatures and Cultures SILC Theory of Languages History History of Architecture Art and Design Latin American and Latino Studies Legal Studies Linguistics Literature Middle Eastern Studies Music Philosophy Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Russian and Eurasian Studies Science Technology and Society STS Theater Arts Urban Studies areas include designing the urban environment environmental policy urban history policy analysis and urban problems international development and education Women s and Gender Studies Writing Psychology is no longer being offered It is available for the classes of 2016 and 2017 only Subjects currently offered for the concentration are 9 00 9 20 9 85 and WGS 228 If you are interested in proposing a Concentration that is not on the above list of regular HASS Concentrations please contact the HASS Academic Administrator for advising These proposals should be done as early as possible preferably in the sophomore year Procedure Concentration Forms online All students should now be using the new online HASS Concentration Form Students who submitted a Proposal Form on paper must continue with their Completion Form on paper Please see the Procedures section below for paper forms The Concentration Form can be found http studentformsandpetitions mit edu Additional information including quick guides can be found on our form help page All students must submit the Concentration Form twice once to propose a Concentration and once to obtain completion approval The Concentration Advisor must approve both submissions of the form by the deadlines Concentration Proposal approval must be obtained by the first week of classes second term junior year There is a 50 fee for late submission Concentration Completion approval must be obtained by the end of the first week of your final term at MIT even if you are taking some of your Concentration subjects during that term You may submit the form for completion approval at any point after you have completed the subjects in your Concentration there is no need to wait until your final semester but you must do so by the deadline above in order to avoid a 50 late fee Procedure Concentration Completion Forms paper Only for students who have submitted a paper Concentration Proposal Form If you are unsure whether or not you should be completeting the Concentration with the paper Completion Form please contact the Office of the HASS Requirement Blank forms

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/hassreq/concentrations.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Substitution for an Institute Laboratory Subject: MIT Office of the Registrar
    for an Institute Laboratory Subject Petition Form Description The Committee on Curricula CoC reviews petitions to substitute specific coursework for an approved Institute Laboratory subject or to substitute individual project work See the Bulletin for a description of the Institute Laboratory requirement and the subjects that have been approved to fulfill it Guidelines The CoC has established guidelines for reviewing subjects that departments develop to fulfill the Laboratory Requirement When a student petitions to substitute for an approved lab subject the Committee considers whether the proposed substition meets the criteria for an Institute Lab In its review the CoC may consult with the instructor and the department offering the proposed substitution The CoC denies most petitions to substitute individual project work for the Institute Lab Requirement because it is typically difficult to determine whether such work fulfills the criteria of the Lab requirement Only when the faculty project supervisor designates that the individual project is of outstanding quality and the supervisor details a continued close involvement with the student s work will the petition be favorably considered In such cases the student should ask the faculty project supervisor to contact the Committee staff Procedure Deadline None However these petitions are

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/subjects/cmtes/coc/petitions_lab.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Substitution for a REST Requirement: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Credit Faculty Curriculum Committees Undergraduate CoC Committee Guidelines Meeting Schedule Members Petitions Proposing a New Major or Minor Graduate CGP Rules for Conducting Classes Home Subjects Faculty Curriculum Committees Committee on Curricula CoC Petitions Substitution for a REST Requirement Petition Form Description To make a substitution for a REST subject students must petition the Committee on Curricula 5 115 The Bulletin contains a complete description of the REST requirement and the subjects that have been approved to fulfill it Guidelines Because the list of subjects that fulfill the REST requirement is intentionally very specific and because students are advised to complete this requirement early in their academic careers the Committee rarely approves REST substitutions The Committee will only consider a REST petition that has been approved by both the student s advisor s and by the department that offers the REST subject and the proposed substitution Procedure Deadline None although students are strongly encouraged to submit such petitions before the end of their sixth semester However petitions are normally reviewed by the full Committee which does not meet during the summer months Consult the meeting schedule for details Complete the Petition to Substitute a Restricted Elective in Science and Technology

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/subjects/cmtes/coc/petitions_REST.html (2016-02-01)
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  • IAP Registration Instructions: MIT Office of the Registrar
    the Registrar by the start of IAP After the close of IAP pre registration subsequent changes to IAP registration should be made using Online Add Drop forms Return to Top Credit Limit There is a strictly enforced 12 unit credit limit during IAP for all students undergraduate and graduate Students taking a subject in IAP which began in the fall and extends into IAP e g 8 01L 18 02A or a subject which begins in IAP and extends into the spring will have 6 units applied toward IAP These students have 6 remaining units available in IAP Students who take two such subjects cannot receive credit for additional units in IAP A UROP taken for credit counts toward the IAP credit limit Return to Top Lottery Subjects Some IAP credit subjects conduct enrollment lotteries Students wishing to take lottery credit subjects do not pre register for these subjects on WebSIS but instead must follow the instructions in the subject descriptions in the IAP Guide The organizers will notify students of the outcome of the lottery Students who get a space in a lottery subject will be registered automatically This automatic registration applies only to lottery subjects offered during IAP Return to Top Adding and Dropping As there are varied start and end dates for IAP subjects there is no single add or drop date Students should use WebSIS pre registration to make their subject selections through 5 00 p m on Wednesday December 30 Starting at 9 00 am on Monday January 4 students should submit Online Add Drop forms to make any further registration changes The instructor s approval is required to add a subject For IAP only the advisor s approval is not required to add or drop a subject Alternatively students may notify the instructor they

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/instructions/iap.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Registration Holds: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Registration Instructions Spring Registration Registration Holds Special Student Registration Student Schedules FAQ Cross registration Full time Registration Add drop Address Maintenance Majors and Minors Transfer Credit Grades Student Status Tuition and Fees Home Registration Registration Instructions Registration Holds If a student is on registration hold both the student and advisor can make changes to subject selections online and the advisor can approve the registration However a student cannot submit their

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/instructions/holds.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Special Student Registration: MIT Office of the Registrar
    Checklist Undergraduate Requirements Graduate Requirements Commencement Degree Certifications Replacement Diplomas Classrooms Subject Listing Schedule Reservations General Rules Classroom Inventory Renovation Planning Exams Forms Petitions Pre registration Registration Instructions Spring Registration IAP Registration Registration Holds Special Student Registration Student Schedules FAQ Cross registration Full time Registration Add drop Address Maintenance Majors and Minors Transfer Credit Grades Student Status Tuition and Fees Home Registration Registration Instructions Special Students Special Students in the

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/instructions/specialstudents.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Student Schedules - FAQ: MIT Office of the Registrar
    024 5 35 and 5 36 15 280 and 15 311 Back to top If there is a conflict what determines which of the conflicting classes will show a schedule The scheduling algorithm is designed to optimize all subject requests with minimal conflicts The schedule you see is the result of the optimization algorithm Back to top Will I be registered for all the subjects listed on my schedule For the fall term online registration opens the last Monday in August and all student schedules will be run on Friday September 4 If you completed the online registration process before schedules were generated your schedule will show the classes for which you are registered You can verify your Status of Registration on WebSIS However if you pre registered for the fall term and did not submit your online registration before schedules were generated your schedule will reflect what you chose during pre registration For the spring term student schedules will be published on Thursday January 21 and your schedule will reflect your pre registration selections Online Registration opens on Monday January 25 If your schedule is based on pre registration selections you must still complete the registration process To do so meet with your advisor to discuss your plans and submit your registration online to the Registrar after your advisor approves your subject selections Back to top I used to get my schedule right after pre registration closed Why the delay this fall In order to achieve the greatest optimization of scheduling we must collect as much information as possible about students subject selections before running the schedules In the fall term new students make their subject selections during Orientation By delaying the generation of everyone s schedule until after new students have registered we can provide the greatest benefit for the most students For the spring term the schedules will be run shortly after pre registration ends as all students subject selections will have been collected This is roughly two weeks earlier than in the fall term Back to top I want to change the section assignment I received for one or more subjects How do I do this For Biology Chemistry Physics and Math GIR subjects go to Section Changes for information on how to change your section For all other subjects contact the appropriate department office or check with the instructor In most cases you should just attend the section that fits into your schedule Back to top My HASS class and one of my other classes conflict with each other How do I fix this problem Check to see whether there is another lecture or recitation section available for the class that conflicts with your HASS class If not you should choose between the conflicting classes You can see a list of the lectures and recitations for any class by referring to its description in the online subject listing For a list of all scheduled lectures and recitations by department refer to the class schedule list

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/instructions/studentschedules_faq.html (2016-02-01)
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