Open House – Graduate Student Signup

Please submit this form by Friday, January 18. If you have questions, contact Betsey Walsh.

Personal Information

Hosting a Student in Your Home

Please select the dates you are available to host and provide housing for prospective students. Indicate your gender and smoking preferences, the type of accommodation you are able to provide, and information about any pets.
Saturday February 9Sunday February 10Monday February 11
Saturday February 23Sunday February 24Monday February 25
Saturday March 9Sunday March 10Monday March 11

Student Gender:
FemaleMaleNo Preference

Smoking Preference:
Non-smokerSmokerNo Preference


Private RoomShared RoomFutonDaybed/CouchOther (explain below)

Hosting a Student in a Hotel

Please indicate if you are willing to be a host for a prospective student staying in a hotel on any of the following dates:
February 9 – 11February 23 – 25March 9 – 11

Open House Events

Please indicate your availability:

Sunday, February 10: Pit HostCampus or City TourResidence Tour
Sunday, February 24: Pit HostCampus or City TourResidence Tour
Sunday, March 10: Pit HostCampus or City TourResidence Tour

Monday, February 11: LunchDinner
Monday, February 25: LunchDinner
Monday, March 11: LunchDinner

Note: Lunch is hosted in Building 68, Room 180/181 from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Dinner will be hosted from 6 – 8 p.m. and will include a group of faculty, current students, and prospective students (location TBD).

Interests and Experiences

We would like to match visiting students with current students who share non-scientific interests through hosting, sharing a meal, or another informal interaction. If you feel you can provide a perspective on the MIT experience for members of one or more of the groups below, please check the relevant box(es). You may also list any special interests or hobbies.
Married and/or with childrenWomen in scienceInternationalReligious (please specify below)LGBTQFirst-generation college studentDisabledOther (please specify below)

Undergraduate Institution

Would you like to meet or correspond with prospective students from your own undergraduate institution, if they request such a contact?


Would you be interested in serving as a mentor for an incoming first year student?