MIT is made of people. The Class of 2027 will build more than just rockets, or apps, or econometric models; you will build a home, together. And this is what you should look for in a college: a good match, which fits you well, and where you'll feel at home.
You have until May 1 to officially accept or decline your offer of admission. The official reply form is available now in your portal!
Ask any admissions officer at MIT, and they will tell you that while grades and scores are important, it’s really the match between the applicant and the Institute that drives our selection process.
“Everyday on campus I smile and wave to a dozen people, and I know they have my back and I have theirs.” Shuli J. '23
“Now, 4 years later, MIT has truly become my home. I have lived here, grown up here, and found family here.” Selam G. '18