incoming students

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Incoming students: Prepare for life on campus

Get ready for your life on the MIT campus with these IT-related tips and resources.

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MIT students: Enter IS&T’s Back-to-School raffle!

Undergraduates and graduate students who will be enrolled at MIT this fall can enter to win MIT-branded Bluetooth headphones, a wireless mousepad charger, a power bank set, or $50 in TechCASH.

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Incoming students: Get useful applications and services

Find out about all of the software and cloud-based services you have access to while you’re an MIT student and how to access them.

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Incoming students: Secure your account, devices, and data

Here’s what IS&T recommends you do to be digitally secure at MIT.

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Incoming students: Start your computing life at MIT

Here’s information about the type of computer you’ll need as an MIT student, how to create your digital identity at MIT, and where to find key information about IT at the Institute.