Fall 2019 MIT Sloan Course Bidding



The Fall 2019 Bidding Period has ended.

Bidding and Waitlist results are available via Current Bids and Bid Results.


Adding and Dropping Classes


1.     Starting August 26, Submit your approved online registration for the Fall term

2.     Go to the Online Add/Drop Form

3.     Complete the form, click Continue to Approval, then click Request Approval

4.     You will receive an email when your add or drop request has been approved (usually within 1-3 business days).

5.     Return to your form and click Submit to Registrar to complete the transaction.

6.     Click here for complete instructions.

Joining a class from the waitlist

1.     Once the term begins, attend the class.

2.     Once you have confirmation from the faculty or TA that you have a seat in the course, complete the online add process to add the class to your schedule.

3.     Look for an email from the MIT add/drop system confirming your online add form has been approved.

4.     Log in once more to click Submit to Registrar to commit the change to your registration. Your registration is not complete until you take this final step!


If you missed waitlist bidding and would like to join a waitlist for a closed class, reach out to the instructor or TA to be added. Requests are usually managed on a first come-first served basis.

Swapping Sections

1.     At the start of term in September, request a section swap from the class teaching assistant (TA) or instructor.

2.     The TA will notify you if your swap request can be accommodated. Note that swaps are usually managed on a first-come/first-served basis by the TA before taking new students from the waitlist.

3.     The TA will then reconcile all section swaps with Educational Services; no further action is required for the student.

Action Learning

Due to Institute deadlines on grade reporting, degree clearance, and housing policy, students who will be on the 2019 February degree list will not be eligible to register for, or participate in, Action Learning classes that extend into IAP.? The affected students will be 18 month Master of Finance students, and MBA/HKS dual-degree students who accelerate their completion to graduate on the February degree list.

To view a copy of your current academic record, please see WebSIS.

See Degree Planning Tools to access audit worksheets by program, track and certificate.