Programs & Services
A two-year scholar enrichment program which includes a seven-week summer session as well as programming during the academic year to help ease the transition to MIT and to build community among new students.
A volunteer program designed to complement the current advisor system by helping first-year students to build relationships with staff and faculty; to monitor their academic performance and personal well-being; to offer encouragement; and to provide a proactive support network.
An academic enrichment seminar primarily for freshmen, Seminar XL enables participants to develop mastery of both core subject matter — Calculus, Physics, Chemistry and Biology — as well as intellectual skills for future success in advanced coursework.
For nearly 30 years, the OME TSR^2 has provided academic support and resources to talented scholars in virtually any subject requested (with a focus on First Year GIR's) by utilizing academically advanced upper-class and graduate students, called teaching assistants (TAs), to deliver one-on-one and group tutoring services.