Beginning September 2 until December 18, 2020, the OME will be open virtually for office hours on Mondays and Thursdays: 11:00am-1:00pm EDT and 4:00-6:00pm EDT via Zoom.  You can ‘drop in’ during these hours by using the appropriate zoom link, or you can schedule an appointment: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm EDT by mailing us at omemit@mit.edu or emailing an OME team member directly.  Please Note: There will be no office appointments or office hours on holidays.

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Programs & Services

Talented Scholars Resource Room (TSR^2)

FALL AY21 UPDATE

TSR^2 will resume services virtually on September 4th, 2020 and until the end of the term. Please visit the links below for details on each of the services. The TSR^2 lounge in 16-159 will remain close until further notice.

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

     

For nearly 30 years, the Talented Scholars Resource Room (TSR^2) has provided academic support and resources to MIT undergraduate students in a variety of subjects, with a focus on first year General Institute Requirements (GIR’s). The TSR^2 is located in 16-159 and offers P-set nights, exam reviews, facilitated study groups and one-on-one appointments that are led by facilitators who are academically advanced undergraduates or graduate students. These academic resources are free of charge, and are available every semester. In addition the TSR^2 is a study lounge open to students everyday 8am-10pm, that provides students with a space for individual study, and serves as a place to lounge in between or after classes. For access to the TSR^2 room you must first have an OME account. Request one here!

In summary the TSR^2 provides:

Encouraging Success

Students who take advantage of the TSR^2 services will likely:

  • Improve their academic performance
  • Gain in-depth understanding of the material covered in class
  • Complete assignments more efficiently
  • Prepare for exams more thoroughly
  • Develop better study habits

 

Questions or comments?

Please email us at tsr@mit.edu