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Transcript of MIT

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Head Count
There are;
4,232 undergraduate students
• 45% women and 55% men
• 23% underrepresented minority students - there is no majority in ethnicity at MIT
• Students from all 50 states and 115 countries
• 67% attended public secondary schools, and 14% are the first generation in their family to attend college
• The student-faculty ratio is 1:8.
Better Bring a Jacket
Average Temperature;
January- High 36 degrees F, Low 22 degrees F
February- High 39 " " " , Low 25 " " "
March- High 45, Low 31
April- High 56, Low 41
May- High 66, Low 50
June- High 76, Low 60
July- High 82, Low 65
August- High 80, Low 65
September- High 72, Low 57
October- High 61, Low 47
November- High 52, Low 38
December- High 41, Low 28
Basic Information
•77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139, is the address of MIT. Just north of Boston.
•(617) 253-1000, is the number you can call them at.
•MIT is a Private Institute, which means it is not funded by the government in any way; whereas a public institute is funded by the government.
•There are over 450 student groups on campus; you can join one or start your own
•MIT's 33 varsity sports teams make it the largest DIII athletics program in the nation
•MIT's motto is "Mens et Manus" which means "Mind and Hand"
•MIT's mascot is the beaver, "nature's engineer"
•The MIT campus consists of 168 acres along and across the Charles River from Boston
NCAA Awards
The abbreviation NCAA stands for National Collegiate Athletic Association. There are three divisions in the NCAA, Division I, Division II, and Division III.

-MIT received Vercauteren Program of the Year Award for 2012.
-2009 and 2011 Newmac Tournament Champions 2nd round for basketball.
-2010 Newmac Tournament Champions 1st round for basketball.
-Elite 89 award to Dacie, Manion(cross country).
Laurence Summers
Oliver Smoot
Noam Chomsky
Benjamin Netanyahu
Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin
Fred Salvucci
King Gillette
I.M. Pei
Kofi Annan
James Doolittle
Edwin Land
MIT high school class requirements
•One year of high school physics
•One year of high school chemistry
•One year of high school biology
•Math\ through calculus
•Two years of a foreign language
•Four years of English
•Two years of history and/or social sciences
Tim the Beaver
MIT's Mascot
Famous Alumni
Alumni is a previous graduate of the school.
A mascot is a symbol of a school
Majors and Minors
(64 degrees)
Aerospace Engineering
Aerospace Engineering with Information Technology
African and African Diaspora Studies
American Studies
Ancient and Medieval Studies
Anthropology
Applied International Studies
Archeology and Materials
Architecture
Art, Culture & Technology
Astronomy
Biological/Biomedical Engineering
Biology
Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Chemical-Biological Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Chinese
Civil Engineering
Comparative Media Studies
Computer Science and Engineering
Computer Science and Molecular Biology
Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences East Asian Studies
Economics
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Electrical Science and Engineering
Energy Studies
Engineering
Environmental Engineering Science
Foreign Languages and Literature
French Studies
German
History
History of Architecture & Art
Humanities
Humanities and Engineering
Humanities and Sciences
Japanese
Latin American and Latino Studies
Linguistics and Philosophy / Linguistics
Literature
Management / Management Science
Materials Science and Engineering
Mathematics
Mathematics with Computer Science
Mechanical Engineering
Middle Eastern Studies
Music
Nuclear Science & Engineering
Philosophy
Physics
Planning / Urban Studies & Planning
Political Science
Psychology
Public Policy
Russian and Eurasian Studies
Science, Technology and Society
Spanish Studies
Theater Arts
Toxicology and Environmental Health
Women's and Gender Studies
Writing

MIT does not base enrollment on the SATs(a standardized test required for college admission) or ACTs(American College Test, another test required for college admission), it is based on the actual person. However it is required that you have completed;
SAT: Math Level 1, Biology
ACT(plus writing): Math Level 2, Chemistry
TOEFL: Physics
(IBT and PBT required due to the English medium of MIT)
IBT: 90 minimum; 100 recommended
PBT: 577 minimum; 600 recommended
Nine months' tuition(the teaching/instruction cost) and fees is $40,732(an average, some majors/minors have different costs). Additionally, undergraduate room and board is approximately $11,775, depending on the student's housing and dining arrangements.
Books and personal expenses are about $2,763.
Student Resident Parking Permits for graduate students are directly tied to their residential facility: Eastgate, Westgate, Edgerton, Green, Ashdown, NW30, NW86 and Tang. First year students are not permitted to have vehicles on campus.
All MIT freshman undergraduate students (except a few who are from Boston-area homes) are required to live in an MIT dormitory(living place) during their first year of study. There are 23 dorms on campus(the grounds of a university or college).
Undergrad(meaning only going for a bachelors) dorms include; Baker House, Bexley Hall, Burton-Conner House, East Campus Alumni Memorial Housing, MacGregor House, Maseeh Hall, McCormick Hall, New House, Next House, Random Hall, Senior House, Simmons Hall.
Grad(meaning going further to a masters or PhD) dorms include; Ashdown House, Eastgate Apartments, Edgerton House, Sidney-Pacific, Tang Residence Hall, The Warehouse, Westgate Apartments.
Campus Map
Some Misc Fees;
Student Activity Fee, per term- $140
Application Fee: Undergraduate- $75
Application Fee: Graduate and Special (including Sloan School of Management Doctoral Program)- $75
Application Fee: Sloan School of Management Doctoral Program- $90
Application Fee: Sloan School of Management Master’s Degree Programs- $250
Late pre-registration; late registration; late change in registration; late degree application- $50
Late graduate thesis title change- $85
Very late degree application; very late pre-registration- $85
Very late registration; late application for non-resident doctoral status- $100
Library thesis processing fee: doctoral degrees (includes $50 for scanning and processing and $65 for abstracting)- $115
Library thesis processing fee: All other advanced degrees (scanning and processing)- $50
McCormick Hall room layout
There are multiple fraternities(a group of men for a common purpose. and sororities(a group of women for a common purpose) on
the MIT campus.
There are groups that is gay based, lesbian based, bisexual, and transgender groups a long with vegetarian groups, or educational groups.
Degree Plan to be a Computer Engineer
Requires 136 credit hours(you gain one per hour of class you do a week).
CPSC 110. Programming I. (3-2). Credit 4. I, II, S
CPSC 111. Introduction to Computer Science Concepts and Programming. (3-2). Credit 4. I, II
CPSC 203. Introduction to Computing. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 206. Structured Programming in C. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 210. Data Structures. (2-2). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 211. Data Structures and Their Implementations. (3-2). Credit 4. I, II
CPSC 310. Database Systems. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 311. Analysis of Algorithms. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 320. Artificial Intelligence. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 321. Computer Architecture. (3-2). Credit 4. I, II, S
CPSC 410. Operating Systems. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 431. Software Engineering. (2-2). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 432. Programming Language Design. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II
CPSC 433. Formal Languages and Automata. (3-0). Credit 3. I
CPSC 434. Compiler Design. (3-0). Credit 3. II
CPSC 435. Structured Programming in Ada. (3-0). Credit 3.
CPSC 441. Computer Graphics. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II, S
CPSC 442. Scientific Programming. (3-0). Credit 3. II
CPSC 452. Robotics and Spatial Intelligence. (3-0). Credit 3. II
CPSC 456. Real-Time Computing. (3-3). Credit 4
CPSC 462. Microcomputer Systems. (2-2). Credit 3. II
CPSC 463. Networks and Distributed Processing. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II
CPSC 481. Seminar. (0-2). Credit 1. I, II, S
CPSC 483. Computer Systems Design. (1-6). Credit 3.
CPSC 485. Problems. Credit 1 to 6. I, II, S
CPSC 489. Special Topics in ... Credit 1 to 4.
The freshman for the 2012-13 school year for MIT, the SAT scores were 740/800 for math. 680/770 for writing on average.
Then ACT Composite 32 / 35,
ACT English 32 / 35, ACT Math: 34 / 36, ACT Writing: 8 / 10. Average GPA was a 3.9.
99% that joined were full-time students(a college student that completes at least 12 semester hours. A part-time student does not put in 12 semester hours.
Meal plans(prepaid meals on campus) range from $2575/year to $4635/year. Beginning at 210 meals to 570 meals.
Some amenities(beneficial items) around MIT are that there is an underground area that is open during rough weather. And bicycling is allowed all around campus.
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