Walk-In Activities FAQ

Spark 2017 will be on March 11–12, 2017. The tentative walk-in schedule for Spark can be found here. And you can learn more about Spark in general here!


If you find yourself with nothing to do between classes, come over to walk-in activities, listed in the walk-ins schedule, and learn something fun! You don't need to register for activities, just drop by whenever you have some free time and play a game of cards or practice stage combat. Possible activities include everything from building a giant fractal to knitting, so there will be something for everyone.


FAQ

Q: Do I need to register for walk-in activities?
A: No, once you have registered for Spark, just show up!

Q: Where can I find a schedule of classes and locations?
A: The walk-ins schedule for Spark 2017 can be found here. All walk-in activities are held in Lobby 13.

Q: Can I do only walk-in activities? (and not any typical Spark classes?)
A: A: Yes, you are welcome to take only walk-in activities. However, the types of classes that we can offer as walk-in activities are limited, and we encourage you to look at our standard class offerings as well to get more variety. If you do decide to only attend walk-in activities, you must still register for Spark, and the fee for the program is still the same.

Q: When do walk-in activities run?
A: Walk-in activities begin and end at the half-hour mark. Walk-in activities start 10:30 am both days and end 4:30 pm on Saturday and 3:30 on Sunday.

Q: Is there any age limit/experience required?
A: No! The only requirement is to be a registered Spark student.

Q: Why do walk-in activites?
A: If you have an hour-long break between two classes, you should spend your time at walk-in activities! Meet other Spark students and do something awesome!

Q: How does content differ from normal classes?
A: Walk-in activities are more hands-on classes, and you can join and leave a walk-in activity whenever you want. They are not lecture classes.

Q: Can I register for a class and attend a walk-in activity instead?
A: Yes! However, you should unregister from your class to free up the spot for other students. While registration is open, you can do that by clicking the "remove" button next to the class name; if registration is closed, you should email spark@mit.edu. We'd appreciate it if you'd let us know if you don't want a spot you currently hold in a class!

Q: Will walk-in activities replace normal classes?
A: No, there will still be normal classes. Walk-in activities are a separate type of class offered in addition to normal classes.



Last modified on March 06, 2017 at 12:27 p.m.