HackMIT is a weekend-long event where students from around the world come together to work on cool software and/or hardware projects. As one of the largest undergraduate hackathons in the world, we typically bring in over 1000 students to MIT's campus each fall. This year, HackMIT will be held on MIT's campus during the weekend of September 16th. See hackmit.org for more details!


In order to submit a project to HackMIT 2023, you must choose to submit to one of our four General tracks (Interactive Media, Sustainability, Education, and Health & Accessibility) or to submit to our Beginner track. 

For all tracks, you will be required to submit a link to your project's source code (whether on GitHub, GitLabs, Google Drive, etc.) and your table number at the event so we can find your project for judging. 

Hackathon Sponsors


$10,000 in prizes


Over 10k in prizes; see dayof.hackmit.org for more details.

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:




Judging Criteria

  • Judging criteria
    All projects will be evaluated based on the following criteria: Originality, Innovation, & Impact (33%) Technology (33%) Learning & Collaboration (33%)

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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