Alumni & Post-Grads

Location
Cambridge, MA
Undergrads
4,480
Tuition
$42,050
Admission Difficulty
Very Hard
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Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni Office
Association of Alumni and Alumnae of MIT
77 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge
Phone: (800) MIT-1865
aacoments@mit.edu
alum.mit.edu
Alumni Services
  • Free subscription to Technology Review
  • Infinite Connection - Alumni network online
  • Library, sports, and athletics resources
  • MIT Alumni ID
Alumni Publications
Technology Review
Major Alumni Events
  • Alumni Travel Program
  • MIT Club meetings
  • Reunions
Famous Alumni
  • George L. Eastman (Class of 1870) - founder of Eastman Kodak
  • John T. Dorrance (Class of 1895) - founder of Campbell Soup Company
  • Cecil H. Green (Class of 1923) - co-founder of Texas Instruments
  • William R. Hewlett SM (Class of 1936) - co-founder of Hewlett Packard Company
  • Amar G. Bose (Class of 1951) - founder of Bose Corporation
  • Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin (Class of 1962) - second man to walk on the moon
  • Robert Metcalfe (Class of 1968) - inventor of the Ethernet and founder of 3Com Corporation
  • Benjamin Netanyahu (Class of 1975) - youngest elected Prime Minister of Israel
Did You Know?
  • There are too many MIT alumni to list. In addition, MIT alumni win a significant number of Nobel prizes. Just know that MIT alumni have been known to achieve incredible things.
  • In a study released by BankBoston and MIT entitled MIT: The Impact of Innovation, the effects of MIT alumni were calculated in terms of economic impact. The study reported that in the mid '90s, MIT graduates were responsible for creating firms that employed 1.1 million people and generated $232 billion in world sales.
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