For Faculty

Faculty support UAAP programs and work with our students in a number of ways - from freshman advising and teaching Science Core GIRs to mentoring UROP students and more.  This page provides links to key information and resources to help faculty in their work with students.

  • Academic Information: Links to official sources of information about subjects, degree requirements, deadlines, etc. 
  • Requirements & Policies: Sites that explain specific requirements and cover a broad range of policies and procedures including MIT's Student Information Policy and the disclosure of confidential student information. 
  • Student Support Offices: References for when you want to send a student for further help and aren't sure where to begin.
  • Academic Tools & Resources: Links to helpful sites where you can send students who are running into particular academic challenges, including those in need of tutorial assistance.
  • First Year Subject Instructors: Should any of your advisees struggle in their freshman science core subjects, you may feel free to contact the appropriate lecturer(s) listed on this page for more information on the problems at hand.

Office of the First Year


Associate Advisors

Resources for associate advisors to help you in your work with freshmen in their critical first year at MIT.

    Prospective Students

    Important academic information links for students considering MIT.

    Transfer Students

    Transferring is different than entering college as a freshman, so here we provide you with information to help you transition to MIT.

    The first year at will open the door to many intellectual, social, and cultural challenges and opportunities. Explore this section for detailed information for first year students and their advisors.Photo of Orientation Group on Killian Court