Orientation

Our Student Services team keeps a list of local students and members of the community who have agreed to open their homes to MIIS students who need temporary housing for a few days. If you are looking for short-term lodging, please email silp@miis.edu.

Category: Student Life

Yes! SILP students are not required to get a MIIS ID, but will need a MIIS ID in order to check items out of the MIIS library and to benefit from community discounts for MIIS students. You may obtain a MIIS ID by bringing your Banner ID (given to you in your official acceptance letter) to the Security Office (#11 on the MIIS map).

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The climate of Monterey is regulated by its proximity to the Pacific Ocean. As a result, Monterey’s average high temperature rangesfrom around 60° Fahrenheit (16° Celsius) in winter to 72° Fahrenheit (22° Celsius) during the summer months. Summers in Monterey are generally cool and foggy in the morning and warmer in the afternoon. In general, students should be prepared for the weather to change regularly. You should bring clothes for layering, closed-toed shoes, pants, and at least one good jacket or coat for the evening.

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SILP Classes

Our Student Services team keeps a list of local students and members of the community who have agreed to open their homes to MIIS students who need temporary housing for a few days. If you are looking for short-term lodging, please email silp@miis.edu.

Category: Student Life

Yes! SILP students are not required to get a MIIS ID, but will need a MIIS ID in order to check items out of the MIIS library and to benefit from community discounts for MIIS students. You may obtain a MIIS ID by bringing your Banner ID (given to you in your official acceptance letter) to the Security Office (#11 on the MIIS map).

Category: Student Life

The climate of Monterey is regulated by its proximity to the Pacific Ocean. As a result, Monterey’s average high temperature rangesfrom around 60° Fahrenheit (16° Celsius) in winter to 72° Fahrenheit (22° Celsius) during the summer months. Summers in Monterey are generally cool and foggy in the morning and warmer in the afternoon. In general, students should be prepared for the weather to change regularly. You should bring clothes for layering, closed-toed shoes, pants, and at least one good jacket or coat for the evening.

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Student Life

Our Student Services team keeps a list of local students and members of the community who have agreed to open their homes to MIIS students who need temporary housing for a few days. If you are looking for short-term lodging, please email silp@miis.edu.

Category: Student Life

Yes! SILP students are not required to get a MIIS ID, but will need a MIIS ID in order to check items out of the MIIS library and to benefit from community discounts for MIIS students. You may obtain a MIIS ID by bringing your Banner ID (given to you in your official acceptance letter) to the Security Office (#11 on the MIIS map).

Category: Student Life

The climate of Monterey is regulated by its proximity to the Pacific Ocean. As a result, Monterey’s average high temperature rangesfrom around 60° Fahrenheit (16° Celsius) in winter to 72° Fahrenheit (22° Celsius) during the summer months. Summers in Monterey are generally cool and foggy in the morning and warmer in the afternoon. In general, students should be prepared for the weather to change regularly. You should bring clothes for layering, closed-toed shoes, pants, and at least one good jacket or coat for the evening.

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MA Students

Our Student Services team keeps a list of local students and members of the community who have agreed to open their homes to MIIS students who need temporary housing for a few days. If you are looking for short-term lodging, please email silp@miis.edu.

Category: Student Life

Yes! SILP students are not required to get a MIIS ID, but will need a MIIS ID in order to check items out of the MIIS library and to benefit from community discounts for MIIS students. You may obtain a MIIS ID by bringing your Banner ID (given to you in your official acceptance letter) to the Security Office (#11 on the MIIS map).

Category: Student Life

The climate of Monterey is regulated by its proximity to the Pacific Ocean. As a result, Monterey’s average high temperature rangesfrom around 60° Fahrenheit (16° Celsius) in winter to 72° Fahrenheit (22° Celsius) during the summer months. Summers in Monterey are generally cool and foggy in the morning and warmer in the afternoon. In general, students should be prepared for the weather to change regularly. You should bring clothes for layering, closed-toed shoes, pants, and at least one good jacket or coat for the evening.

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