MIT Summer Programs

Deadline: February 1st at 7:59pm

Check out the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page to find out more information about their 2018 program offerings, and the Application Checklist to learn more about how to apply.

Who can apply?

Students must currently be in the 11th grade in order to apply. Also, at this time, OEOP programs are limited to U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents. Students who complete their application and are successful in our highly-competitive selection process generally excel in math and science and have a strong academic record.


This six-week summer program immerses students in life at MIT through math and science courses, a challenging hands-on elective course, admissions counseling sessions, lab tours, and social events.
Students in this innovative online program discuss research, receive admissions and financial aid advice, and attend webinars. They also complete online science and engineering projects that they present during a five-day summer conference on MIT’s campus.

TRIO – EOC is a community service of the U.S. Department of Education designed to support area students’ interest in attending a college/university or vocational/technical program. We focus on serving individuals from low-income backgrounds who would be first-generation college graduates but welcome others that may not fall into those categories.

All services are FREE and include Admission Application Assistance, Admission Exam Assistance, ACCUPLACER Placement Exam Testing, FAFSA AssistanceScholarship Assistance, and Online Tutoring Assistance (ACCUPLACER, ACT, GED).