Student Activities Office

The Student Activities Office provides an environment for students to test new ideas, develop leadership skills and create community at MIT, while advocating for and affirming their identities. Through co-curricular opportunities and experiences such as student organizations, events, cross-cultural education, civic engagement and leadership development, students gain invaluable skills and experiential knowledge that they will continue to develop during their time on campus and beyond as future leaders.
 

News and Announcements:

  • PLEASE NOTE: The event registration process has moved online! You can find the application in the Atlas Portal.
  • Check out the STUDENT ORGANIZATION HANDBOOK for information regarding student organizations and event planning.  
  • Student Leaders! Find hundreds of free online courses using Skillsoft through the MIT's Learning Center. Hone your leadership skills through these online resources! web.mit.edu/training/learning_center.html
  • Are you a cultural student group or organization? You can click here to request funding for events, programs and retreats!
  • Student Leaders! Click here for more information about how to start the year off right with your student organization.  

SAO in the News

Conversing on Diversity

Learn more about the Office of Multicultural Programs's annual conference - MC^2 - and its conversations on diversity.

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Turning 20 with Charm

Read a wrap-up of the annual Charm School, held during IAP, which turned twenty this year.

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Nominate for the 2013 MIT Awards Convocation

Nominate students, staff, and faculty for the MIT Awards Convocation by March 15!

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