What you need to know
A subject registration letter provides proof of your current enrollment status and subject registration. Subjects do not appear on transcripts until the term comes to an end and final grades are recorded. If an insurance company, scholarship organization, or other entity requires written evidence of your in-progress subjects, a subject registration letter will satisfy this need.
Some key points to remember:
- You can order a subject registration letter in person, by email, or by mail. Choose to pick it up at the Registrar's Office in Room 5-117 or have it sent by U.S. mail.
- It will include your name, start and end dates of the current term, your level (U or G), and registration load status, as well as the numbers, titles, and units for each of your current subjects.
What you need to do
- To order by email — write to firstname.lastname@example.org from your @mit.edu email address to authenticate the request.
- To order in person — visit the Registrar's Office in Room 5-117 during our walk-in hours.
- To order by mail — send your request to the Registrar’s Office, Room 5-117, Attn: Certifications, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02139.
- Requests must include the following information:
- Your full name
- MIT ID number
- The degree you are pursuing
- Where you want the certification sent — name and address
- Your daytime phone number or email address
- Your signature
- Requests are typically processed within 24 to 48 hours.