OME Virtual 'Drop In' Hours

Beginning November 4, the OME will host weekly virtual “Drop-In” Hours via zoom on Wednesdays 4:00—6:00pm EST (https://mit.zoom.us/j/92084851467and Thursdays 4:00-6:00pm EST  (https://mit.zoom.us/j/94940432626).  During these Drop-In Hours, you can speak with one of the OME staff members to:

  • Ask questions related to OME programs and services
  • Talk about other MIT-related issues (e.g., academic issues, concerns about classes, instructor concerns, etc.)
  • Talk about non-MIT issues (i.e., personal, professional, social matters)
  • Share some good news, suggest ideas that you would like OME to consider or just to catch up with the OME staff

You can also schedule an appointment: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm EST by mailing us at omemit@mit.edu or emailing an OME team member directly https://ome.mit.edu/who-is-ome/staff.

Programs & Services

Facilitated Study Group

FALL AY21 UPDATE: WE WILL OFFER FACILITATED STUDY GROUPS VIRTUALLY, FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS BELOW

The TSR^2 offers Facilitated Study Groups for MIT undergraduates who are interested in enhancing their problem-solving skills in a collaborative, judge-free small group environment. A TSR^2 facilitator will guide the biweekly study sessions focusing on core concept understanding and problem-solving techniques. Facilitated Study Groups provide the best outcomes when all participants actively engage in each session, thus partcipants are highly encouraged to attend regularly and come prepared to collaborate with one another.

TSR^2 Facilitated Study Groups:

  • Consist of 3-6 students per study group
  • Guided by a TSR^2 facilitator who is an advanced undergraduate or graduate student
  • Meet twice a week for 1hr throughout the semester
  • Meeting times are decided based on everyone's availability
  • Study groups can form at any point in the semester before Drop Date

Want to join a Facilitated Study Group?

Interested students should submit a Facilitated Study Group request for the subject they are interested in joining. Groups are created based on student interest (minimum of 3 students for one subject, first come first serve) and facilitator availability.

All TSR^2-hosted virtual interactions require compliance of MIT's online conduct policies described here.

 

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Please email us your question(s) to tsr@mit.edu