Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Office of the Registrar
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This is an assembled collection of materials about various World War II training programs run by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It consists of materials donated by participants, primarily those in the Radar School training program. Offical records about World War II academic training programs are in the federal archives. The Registrar's Office at MIT may have information about student records.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Office of the Registrar, Government War Service student records
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Office of the Registrar non-Institute and summer student transcripts
The collection includes two bound volumes of correspondence and one small booklet titled Graphical Course Schemes as Taken by the Class of 1910, Prepared by the Registrar, 1910.
The collection also includes archived versions of the Registrar's Office website dating from 2018 through the present.
This collection, dating from 1865 to 2013, comprises student records maintained by the Registrar's Office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Records include transcripts, microfilmed student information cards, and undergraduate degree candidate lists. Also included is administrative records kept by Nate Hagee regarding the MITSIS registration system.
The collection contains copies of tuition income distribution reports, 1950-1977.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, School of Engineering, department profiles compiled by James D. Bruce
The Registrar's Office manages enrollment, registration, graduation, and student academic records at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The website provides information on registration, academics, graduation, transcripts, records, classes, grades, evaluations, statistics, and faculty and curriculum support. The website also features current announcements and upcoming academic dates and deadlines.
The MIT Subject Listing and Schedule describes what classes in each Course (equivalent of a major) each semester, when and where they are held, and what the prerequisites are.