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campus life

Living and learning are interconnected at MIT-WHOI Joint Program. Intramural sports, organized activities, performance, and art shows foster an enriching environment for students, faculty and staff.
Living and learning are interconnected at MIT-WHOI Joint Program. Intramural sports, organized activities, performance, and art shows foster an enriching environment for students, faculty and staff.

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Student Life

MIT-WHOI Joint Program students have access to two exciting locations in which to work, live and learn.

Student Resources

Resources include thesis specifications, housing, student assistance programs and much more.

Jake Peirson Summer Cruise

The 10-day "Jake Peirson Summer Cruise" with Sea Education Association (SEA) is organized for Joint Program students their first summer.

 

 

Housing

Students can reserve space for housing with either MIT in Cambridge or with WHOI in the Woods Hole area.

 

 

Community

Polar bear swims, pig parties, intramural sports, donut hours at the WHOI student center, volunteer science coaching... students have many opportunities to build community within the Joint Program, within their MIT & WHOI departments, and across disciplines.