Round I ? Sloan Only bidding has opened

Spring 2017

MIT Sloan Course Bidding


Waitlist bidding is now CLOSED and the Spring 2017 bidding period has ended

Waitlist results will be posted January 9, 2017 at 12pm EST



Use your 9-digit MIT ID as your login and password to access the bid system.

Contact coursebid@sloan.mit.edu if you experience difficulty accessing your account.

Joining a class from the waitlist


1.       Once the term begins, attend the first class.

2.       The faculty or TA will notify you when you get a seat in the class.

3.       When you have a confirmed seat, complete the online add process to add the class to your schedule.

4.       You will get an email confirming your online add form has been approved.

5.       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!

Adding and Dropping Classes


1.       Once you submit your online registration for the spring term (late January), you will have access to the Online Add/Drop Form.

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

3.       You will receive an email when your form has been approved (usually within 1-3 business days).

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

5.       Click here for complete instructions.

Swapping Sections

1.       Once the term begins in February, you can request a section swap from the class teaching assistant (TA) or instructor.

2.       The TA will notify you if they can accommodate your swap request.

a.       In some cases, the section you want may be full. 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

IAP Course Notes

Pre-register via WebSIS for IAP offerings. For-credit offerings are listed on the MIT Course Catalog. Non-credit activities are available here.


15.339 Distributed Leadership Workshop

This workshop focuses on the key leadership capabilities needed in todays increasingly decentralized organizations: sense-making, relating, visioning, and inventing. Through conceptual discussions, small group exercises, and self-reflection, the workshop helps students identify and understand their leadership capabilities, articulate their values and aspirations, and practice developing leadership skills in interaction with class members.


This is a permission-only course with a departmental application process. Do not pre-register on WebSIS. Apply online by December 18th, 2016 at http://goo.gl/forms/tI5eN7nhBN. This course is open to graduate students from all MIT departments and limited to 45 participants per section, no listeners.


15.672/15.6721 Negotiation Analysis

Enrollment by lottery, Reach out to instructor or course TA for more information.


15.S63: Shakespeare, Speeches and Leadership: Telling your Leadership Story

Email Chris Kelly, ckelly@mit.edu:

Include your full name, program, graduation year, MIT ID and answer the following:

1.       What are your objectives in taking the 2.5 day workshop?

2.       What are your concerns about taking the course?

3.       Are you able to commit to the full 2.5 day sessions?

4.       Will you complete the pre-work for the course and the homework requirements for this 2 unit workshop?


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.