Denise - Sidney-Pacific Resident, Enrolled MIT Graduate Student
Denise moved into Sidney-Pacific in August 2022. They are interested in renewing their housing license agreement for one additional year. Can they renew?
Yes. Denise is able to renew for one additional year.
Velma - Edgerton House Resident, Enrolled MIT Graduate Student
Velma moved to Edgerton House in October 2020. They are enrolled in a six-year PhD. program at MIT and would like to remain living within their on-campus housing assignment for the duration of her program. Can Velma renew?
Yes. Velma has the option to renew for the full duration of their MIT graduate degree program.
Dev - Ashdown House Resident, Enrolled MIT Graduate Student
Dev moved into Edgerton House in September 2021 and later transferred to Ashdown House in 2022 as part of the Building Switch Lottery. In the Spring of 2022, they renewed their housing license agreement for the 2022-2023 academic year. Dev is interested in living in Ashdown House for the 2023-2024 academic year. Can they renew again?
Potentially. Dev will likely need to participate in a special housing lottery to remain within their current housing assignment. If the lottery process is successful, Dev will be able to renew their current housing assignment for one additional year. If unsuccessful, Dev will be granted early access to select an alternative on-campus housing assignment (excluding Ashdown House, Sidney-Pacific and The Warehouse) before general housing selection.
Raffi - Warehouse Resident, Enrolled MIT Graduate Student
Raffi, a first-year graduate student, moved into The Warehouse in August 2022. They are interested in continuing to live on campus next year. Is this possible?
Yes. While The Warehouse is restricted to first-year graduate students, Raffi and other residents of The Warehouse will receive early access to participate in the Self-Selection process to find an alternative on-campus housing assignment (excluding The Warehouse), before general housing selection.
Ashley - 70 Amherst Resident, MIT Affiliate (cross-registered student, postdoc, or research assistant)
Ashley, an MIT affiliate, moved into 70 Amherst in August 2022. They are interested in continuing to live on campus next year. Is this possible?
No. As a non-MIT graduate student, Ashley is unable to renew their current housing assignment. They must enter the Self-Selection process annually to select an on-campus housing assignment, subject to housing availability. As an existing resident who is seeking to remain in on-campus graduate housing, Ashley will be granted early access to select a unit before off-campus visitors, affiliates, postdocs and cross-registered students.