• 650 grad and undergrad students are enrolled in the School of Architecture + Planning.
    SA+P support enables top students to experiment, innovate, and take risks at the oldest and most vigorous school of its kind in the US.
  • The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) harnesses researchers from all five MIT schools.
    Gifts to MITEI help talented faculty and students find ways to solve the world’s energy and related environmental problems.
  • 200 million people have benefited from OCW’s educational resources—at zero cost to them.
    From MIT students to independent learners, from high school teachers to entrepreneurs—everyone can benefit from MIT’s OpenCourseWare.
  • Over 1,800 students are involved in music or theater arts at MIT.
    Giving to the Arts at MIT helps foster students' creativity and leadership.
  • 120 graduate students are awarded Presidential Fellowships each year.
    The Presidential Fellowship Program helps MIT maintain its competitive edge by attracting the best and most creative graduate students.
  • 43 countries are benefiting from student engagement in the Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center.
    Gifts to the Public Service Center enable MIT students to apply skills from the classroom to hands-on, community service projects.
  • 7,000 alumni, parents, students, and friends made WBRS-level gifts to MIT last year.
    The William Barton Rogers Society (WBRS) honors a core group of supporters with annual gifts to MIT of $2,500 or more.
  • 88% of undergraduates participate in UROP at some point during their MIT education.
    MIT's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) enables students to engage in hands-on research with world-class faculty.
  • 46% of current MIT faculty members have been honored with endowed chairs.
    Endowed professorships are the Institute's greatest tool for attracting and retaining world-class faculty.