Graduate U.S. students are eligible for federal and private loans and student employment under the Federal Work-Study Program. Keep in mind that the total of all your funding including scholarships, fellowships, research assistantships, teaching assistantships, student loans and Federal Work-Study may not exceed the price of attending MIT.
Recommended application deadlines:
- May 1 to receive an anticipated financial credit as of your summer bill
- June 1 to receive an anticipated financial aid credit as of your fall bill
- November 1 to receive an anticipated financial aid credit as of your spring bill
The U.S. government determines the amount of federal student aid, including loans, and work-study. MIT disburses these funds to your student account.