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Academics

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  • MIT guide to courses of study and degree requirements

    [[Tags: majors]], [[Tags: GIR]]
  • Student-created academic course planner

    [[Tags: GIR]]
  • Student-created course selection and scheduling tool

    [[Tags: GIR]]
  • The Office of the First Year (OFY) oversees academic planning, advising, and resources for first-year students

    [[Tags: OFY]], [[Tags: GIR]], [[Tags: advising]]
  • Manages enrollment, registration, graduation, and all other aspects of student academic records

    [[Tags: transcript]], [[Tags: grades]], [[Tags: diploma]], [[Tags: GIR]]
  • Class websites that enable faculty to share course materials, manage class membership and information exchange, and track student performance

    [[Tags: LMS]]
  • WebSIS is a web-based student information system for students, faculty, and administrators at MIT

    [[Tags: records]], [[Tags: SIS]], [[Tags: webSIS]]

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  • Key dates and deadlines throughout the academic year

    [[Tags: schedule]], [[Tags: deadlines]], [[Tags: dates]]
  • Online student handbook with guidelines about academic integrity at MIT

    [[Tags: cheating]], [[Tags: plagiarism]], [[Tags: honor code]], [[Tags: COD]], [[Tags: Committee on Discipline]], [[Tags: conduct]]
  • Information and consultation about assistive technologies for students and staff with disabilities

    [[Tags: disabled]], [[Tags: blind]], [[Tags: deaf]], [[Tags: vision ]], [[Tags: hearing impaired]], [[Tags: ATIC]]
  • Nationally and internationally competitive awards that fund research or graduate studies, offering opportunities to advance your learning, research, and career

    [[Tags: study abroad]], [[Tags: grant]]
  • The Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship provides knowledge, support, and connections for MIT students interested in entrepreneurship

    [[Tags: startup]]
  • Connects first-generation students with peers, faculty, and alumni to share the unique challenges of being the first in their families to go to college

  • The Global Education Office facilitates study abroad and other global experiences for students, including research, internships, and public service

  • Information about MIT's current international engagements and opportunities for global involvement

    [[Tags: research]], [[Tags: study abroad]], [[Tags: internships]], [[Tags: fellowships]], [[Tags: social entrepreneurship]]
  • Develops next-generation technical leaders equipped to address significant engineering problems in real-world situations

    [[Tags: GEL]]
  • IAP is MIT's January term, offering a chance to participate in a wide variety of activities and classes

  • IT resources and support for the entire MIT community

    [[Tags: computer]], [[Tags: computing]], [[Tags: IS&T]]
  • MIT Libraries offers resources and services at multiple locations for students, faculty, and staff

    [[Tags: research]], [[Tags: publications]], [[Tags: books]], [[Tags: thesis]]
  • Strengthens MIT’s innovation and entrepreneurship landscape by connecting students, educational programs, and external partners to move ideas to impact

    [[Tags: startup]], [[Tags: mentor]], [[Tags: internship]]
  • Matches students with internship, research, and teaching opportunities abroad and facilitates international partnerships between faculty and universities, research institutes, and companies

    [[Tags: global]], [[Tags: study abroad]], [[Tags: MISTI]]
  • Directory of mentoring programs at MIT, as well as resources and information about cultivating mentoring relationships

  • Standards, guidelines, regulations, and procedures regarding general behavior and policies for all undergraduate and graduate students

    [[Tags: student conduct]], [[Tags: disciplinary]]
  • The Office of Minority Education (OME) offers academic enrichment programs for underrepresented minority students (African American, Mexican American, Native American and Puerto Rican/Hispanic) to enhance matriculation, promote higher retention, and encourage the pursuit of graduate degrees and professional careers

    [[Tags: OME]], [[Tags: black]], [[Tags: latin]]
  • Offers classes, performance opportunities, lessons, and opportunities for students to experiment with diverse theatrical forms

  • Home of MITx, and OpenCourseWare, the Office of Open Learning aims to use digital learning to transform teaching and learning at MIT and around the world

  • Offers a wide range of programs and opportunities in public service in the community and around the globe

    [[Tags: experiential learning]], [[Tags: volunteer]], [[Tags: outreach]]
  • The hub of making at MIT, including training, makerbucks, a makerspace database, the Mobius app, and much more

  • Provides seed funding for student-initiated entrepreneurship ideas, mentoring from within MIT and from a broad network of committed partners, and tailored educational experiences

    [[Tags: entrepreneur]], [[Tags: start-up]]
  • Facilitates the student conduct process, which resolves complaints alleging misconduct; advises student judicial committees; and offers workshops and presentations

    [[Tags: cheating]], [[Tags: plagiarism]], [[Tags: honor code]], [[Tags: COD]], [[Tags: Committee on Discipline]], [[Tags: integrity]]
  • Services and resources for students with disabilities to ensure access to all of MIT's programs, activities, and services

    [[Tags: disabled]], [[Tags: handicap]], [[Tags: blind]], [[Tags: adhd]], [[Tags: dyslexia]], [[Tags: autism]], [[Tags: aspbergers]], [[Tags: adaptive technology]], [[Tags: SDS]]
  • Offers support, advocacy, and referrals for students facing academic or personal challenges

    [[Tags: anxiety]], [[Tags: depressioni]], [[Tags: mood]], [[Tags: mental health]], [[Tags: stress]], [[Tags: S3]]
  • Teacher licensure offered through the Education Arcade and Scheller Teacher Education Program

  • Supports students and faculty by providing instruction and consultation on teaching strategies, pedagogy, research, evaluation, and assessment

    [[Tags: Kaufman]], [[Tags: TA]], [[Tags: TLL]]
  • Options for academic tutoring, including science core, departmental, external services and resources, and peer study groups

    [[Tags: GIR]]
  • Department administrators who can provide guidance on a broad range of academic and other issues

  • A yearlong, for-credit "career success accelerator" accepting sophomores from all majors

    [[Tags: career]], [[Tags: professional development]], [[Tags: UPOP]]
  • Cultivates and supports research partnerships between MIT undergraduates and faculty

    [[Tags: UROP]]
  • In-person or online consultation on any writing difficulty, from questions about grammar to matters of style, and oral presentations; specialized help for English as a second language

    [[Tags: edit]]

Career & Professional Development

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  • MIT Alumni can offer valuable and insightful guidance on launching careers, next moves, or navigating career changes

    [[Tags: network(40)]], [[Tags: mentor]], [[Tags: professional]]
  • CAPD Helps students explore life goals, prepare for graduate school, pursue or change careers, and seek professional development

    [[Tags: job]], [[Tags: employment]], [[Tags: internship]]
  • Connects current students to alumni in workplaces worldwide during Independent Activities Period (IAP)

    [[Tags: internship]], [[Tags: career]], [[Tags: IAP]]

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  • Learn about upcoming Career Fairs, how to prepare, and other keys to a successful experience

  • Video "microlessons" on a broad range of topics to help students navigate life at MIT, and beyond

  • Nationally and internationally competitive awards that fund research or graduate studies, offering opportunities to advance your learning, research, and career

    [[Tags: study abroad]], [[Tags: grant]]
  • The Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship provides knowledge, support, and connections for MIT students interested in entrepreneurship

    [[Tags: startup]]
  • The Global Education Office facilitates study abroad and other global experiences for students, including research, internships, and public service

  • Develops next-generation technical leaders equipped to address significant engineering problems in real-world situations

    [[Tags: GEL]]
  • Career Advising & Professional Development (CAPD) offers a wealth of information, strategies, and tools for a successful job or internship search

  • The Student Activities Office (SAO) provides opportunities for students to hone their leadership skills in a variety of ways

  • Strengthens MIT’s innovation and entrepreneurship landscape by connecting students, educational programs, and external partners to move ideas to impact

    [[Tags: startup]], [[Tags: mentor]], [[Tags: internship]]
  • Matches students with internship, research, and teaching opportunities abroad and facilitates international partnerships between faculty and universities, research institutes, and companies

    [[Tags: global]], [[Tags: study abroad]], [[Tags: MISTI]]
  • Directory of mentoring programs at MIT, as well as resources and information about cultivating mentoring relationships

  • The Office of Minority Education (OME) offers academic enrichment programs for underrepresented minority students (African American, Mexican American, Native American and Puerto Rican/Hispanic) to enhance matriculation, promote higher retention, and encourage the pursuit of graduate degrees and professional careers

    [[Tags: OME]], [[Tags: black]], [[Tags: latin]]
  • Offers a wide range of programs and opportunities in public service in the community and around the globe

    [[Tags: experiential learning]], [[Tags: volunteer]], [[Tags: outreach]]
  • Provides seed funding for student-initiated entrepreneurship ideas, mentoring from within MIT and from a broad network of committed partners, and tailored educational experiences

    [[Tags: entrepreneur]], [[Tags: start-up]]
  • Teacher licensure offered through the Education Arcade and Scheller Teacher Education Program

  • Supports students and faculty by providing instruction and consultation on teaching strategies, pedagogy, research, evaluation, and assessment

    [[Tags: Kaufman]], [[Tags: TA]], [[Tags: TLL]]
  • A yearlong, for-credit "career success accelerator" accepting sophomores from all majors

    [[Tags: career]], [[Tags: professional development]], [[Tags: UPOP]]
  • Cultivates and supports research partnerships between MIT undergraduates and faculty

    [[Tags: UROP]]

Finances

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  • Information on financial and other resources that can help make life as a student more affordable

    [[Tags: money]], [[Tags: food]], [[Tags: emergency funds]]
  • Compilation of funding sources for student activities, programs, public service, and more

    [[Tags: money]], [[Tags: club]], [[Tags: group]]
  • A secure, web-based tool to access your student account and make electronic payments

    [[Tags: tuition]], [[Tags: bill]], [[Tags: payment]], [[Tags: financial aid]], [[Tags: finance]], [[Tags: MITPAY]]
  • Resources available to all registered MIT students to find work on campus or in the community

    [[Tags: job]]
  • Administers need-based financial aid, processes student and parent loans, and manages student billing and student employment

    [[Tags: bill]], [[Tags: finance]], [[Tags: payment]], [[Tags: scholarship]], [[Tags: job]], [[Tags: work study]], [[Tags: SFS]]
  • At-cost grocery store for students offering staples like vegetables, fruit, pasta, dairy, and meats

    [[Tags: food]]

More links

  • Video "microlessons" on a broad range of topics to help students navigate life at MIT, and beyond

  • Connects first-generation students with peers, faculty, and alumni to share the unique challenges of being the first in their families to go to college

  • Career Advising & Professional Development (CAPD) offers a wealth of information, strategies, and tools for a successful job or internship search

  • Offers a wide range of programs and opportunities in public service in the community and around the globe

    [[Tags: experiential learning]], [[Tags: volunteer]], [[Tags: outreach]]
  • WebSIS is a web-based student information system for students, faculty, and administrators at MIT

    [[Tags: records]], [[Tags: SIS]], [[Tags: webSIS]]
  • Offers support, advocacy, and referrals for students facing academic or personal challenges

    [[Tags: anxiety]], [[Tags: depressioni]], [[Tags: mood]], [[Tags: mental health]], [[Tags: stress]], [[Tags: S3]]
  • Allows students who are on a meal plan to donate their guest swipes to other students struggling with food insecurity

    [[Tags: dining]]
  • Debit account linked to your MIT ID; purchase meals, books, laundry, convenience items and more

    [[Tags: money]], [[Tags: finance]], [[Tags: cash]]
  • MIT cost of attendance and policies

  • Cultivates and supports research partnerships between MIT undergraduates and faculty

    [[Tags: UROP]]

Global Opportunities

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  • CAPD Helps students explore life goals, prepare for graduate school, pursue or change careers, and seek professional development

    [[Tags: job]], [[Tags: employment]], [[Tags: internship]]
  • Learn about upcoming Career Fairs, how to prepare, and other keys to a successful experience

  • Nationally and internationally competitive awards that fund research or graduate studies, offering opportunities to advance your learning, research, and career

    [[Tags: study abroad]], [[Tags: grant]]
  • The Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship provides knowledge, support, and connections for MIT students interested in entrepreneurship

    [[Tags: startup]]
  • The Global Education Office facilitates study abroad and other global experiences for students, including research, internships, and public service

  • Information about MIT's current international engagements and opportunities for global involvement

    [[Tags: research]], [[Tags: study abroad]], [[Tags: internships]], [[Tags: fellowships]], [[Tags: social entrepreneurship]]
  • Career Advising & Professional Development (CAPD) offers a wealth of information, strategies, and tools for a successful job or internship search

  • Matches students with internship, research, and teaching opportunities abroad and facilitates international partnerships between faculty and universities, research institutes, and companies

    [[Tags: global]], [[Tags: study abroad]], [[Tags: MISTI]]
  • Offers a wide range of programs and opportunities in public service in the community and around the globe

    [[Tags: experiential learning]], [[Tags: volunteer]], [[Tags: outreach]]
  • Connects current students to alumni in workplaces worldwide during Independent Activities Period (IAP)

    [[Tags: internship]], [[Tags: career]], [[Tags: IAP]]
  • Advice, immunizations, and specialized medications for students, faculty, and staff traveling abroad for study, internships, or recreation

  • The MIT International Coordinating Committee (ICC) provides a wide range of resources for travel abroad regarding planning, logistics, health, safety and security, and cultural resources

  • Cultivates and supports research partnerships between MIT undergraduates and faculty

    [[Tags: UROP]]

Health & Wellness

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  • The CARE Team (Coordination, Assistance, Response, and Education) helps students with challenges they may experience at MIT and provides a means for anyone in the community to express concern about a student

  • Offers classes, programs, and resources to help students make healthy choices

  • Central resource for physical and mental health and well-being

    [[Tags: health care]]
  • We all need help sometimes. MIT has a variety of resources available to support students who need it

  • Supports students dealing with personal concerns including anxiety, depression, relationship problems, stress, or other issues

    Mon-Thurs, 8:30 am-7 pm; Fri 8:30 am-5 pm

    For urgent concerns, call 617-253-2916 anytime to speak to a mental health clinician. You can also come to walk-in hours, Mon-Fri, 2-4 pm

    [[Tags: mood]]
  • Offers support, advocacy, and referrals for students facing academic or personal challenges

    [[Tags: anxiety]], [[Tags: depressioni]], [[Tags: mood]], [[Tags: mental health]], [[Tags: stress]], [[Tags: S3]]

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  • Information on financial and other resources that can help make life as a student more affordable

    [[Tags: money]], [[Tags: food]], [[Tags: emergency funds]]
  • Supports students dealing with issues related to alcohol and other drug abuse, stress, and violence

    [[Tags: addiction]], [[Tags: substance abuse]], [[Tags: drinking]], [[Tags: overdose]]
  • MIT's Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER) is the home of intercollegiate, intramural, and club athletics as well as physical education and recreational programs

    [[Tags: team]], [[Tags: exercise]], [[Tags: DAPER]]
  • Video "microlessons" on a broad range of topics to help students navigate life at MIT, and beyond

  • Division of Student Life staff who can access a network of responders including MIT Police, MIT Medical, Student Support Services, Residential Life Program staff, and others

    Mon-Fri, 5 pm–9 am; 24 hours/day on weekends, holidays, or other days MIT is closed

    Call 100 from any campus phone, or 617-253-1212. (Note: This number is staffed by the MIT Police; please ask to speak to the Dean on Call)

    [[Tags: emergency]]
  • Oversees occupational safety and environmental sustainability on campus

    [[Tags: lab]], [[Tags: waste]], [[Tags: sustainability]], [[Tags: EHS]]
  • Guidance on what to look for and how to respond when you are concerned about someone else

  • Text hotline for anonymous, real-time support, powered by MIT students

    [[Tags: depression]], [[Tags: anxiety]], [[Tags: mental health]], [[Tags: mood]]
  • During the acadmic year, Let's Chat offers easy access for students to informal, free, confidential 20-minute consultations with counselors from MIT Mental Health and Counseling

    [[Tags: anxiety]], [[Tags: depression]], [[Tags: mood]], [[Tags: mental health]]
  • MIT EMS is a student-run 24/7 ambulance service for all medical emergencies on the MIT campus and in the surrounding community

    Call MIT Police Dispatch at 617-253-1212 

    [[Tags: EMS]], [[Tags: EMT]]
  • Acute-care service for illnesses or injuries that need prompt attention, but aren't likely to result in loss of life or severe impairment.

    Open 7 days/week, 8 am-8 pm; call 617-253-1311

    After hours, call 617-253-4481

  • Student liaisons between MIT Medical and undergraduates, to support their health and well-being 

    [[Tags: depression]], [[Tags: anxiety]], [[Tags: mental health]], [[Tags: mood]]
  • Serves as a neutral, confidential, independent, and informal resource to the diverse MIT community to help resolve and manage conflicts

    [[Tags: advice]], [[Tags: concern]], [[Tags: dispute]]
  • Residence-based peer support for undergraduates, via phone and email, to promote mental health and well-being

    [[Tags: depression]], [[Tags: anxiety]], [[Tags: mood]]
  • Resources and reporting options for bias incidences related but not limited to race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and gender, including sexual harassment and sexual assault

    [[Tags: rape]], [[Tags: attack]]
  • Advice, immunizations, and specialized medications for students, faculty, and staff traveling abroad for study, internships, or recreation

  • VPR provides confidential help in dealing with sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and unhealthy relationships 

    Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm

    Hotline available 24 hours/day: 617-253-2300

    [[Tags: rape]], [[Tags: harrassment]], [[Tags: VPR]]

Housing, Dining, Transportation

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  • Information on financial and other resources that can help make life as a student more affordable

    [[Tags: money]], [[Tags: food]], [[Tags: emergency funds]]
  • Oversees in-house dining program and retail food service options

  • MIT's student government body that represents all undergraduate dormitory residents

    [[Tags: dorm]], [[Tags: residence]], [[Tags: housing]]
  • Supports MIT's network of fraternities, sororities, and independent living groups

    [[Tags: panhellenic]], [[Tags: Greek life]], [[Tags: housing]], [[Tags: FSILG]]
  • Works to provide a seamless integration of the academic and residential student experience and facilitate opportunities for learning that promote creative thinking, curiosity, leadership, citizenship, inclusion, and a commitment to life-long learning

    [[Tags: housing]], [[Tags: dorm]], [[Tags: FSILG]]
  • Real-time MIT shuttle tracker

    [[Tags: Tech Shuttle]], [[Tags: SafeRide]]
  • Allows students who are on a meal plan to donate their guest swipes to other students struggling with food insecurity

    [[Tags: dining]]
  • At-cost grocery store for students offering staples like vegetables, fruit, pasta, dairy, and meats

    [[Tags: food]]
  • Ways to get to and around campus via bike, the T, campus shuttle, Saferide, and more

    [[Tags: bus]], [[Tags: bicycle]], [[Tags: Bluebike]]
  • Supports the unique residential life culture at MIT through partnerships with students, faculty, and staff

    [[Tags: residence]], [[Tags: dorm]], [[Tags: RA]], [[Tags: GRA]]

International Students

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More links

  • Connects first-generation students with peers, faculty, and alumni to share the unique challenges of being the first in their families to go to college

  • The Office of the First Year (OFY) oversees academic planning, advising, and resources for first-year students

    [[Tags: OFY]], [[Tags: GIR]], [[Tags: advising]]
  • Promotes awareness of equity, inclusion, and diversity as core MIT values and serves as a focal point for activities, conversations, and best practices

    [[Tags: ICEO]]
  • Connecting people across the Institute for conversation, cultural exchange and friendship

    [[Tags: English]]
  • The Office of Minority Education (OME) offers academic enrichment programs for underrepresented minority students (African American, Mexican American, Native American and Puerto Rican/Hispanic) to enhance matriculation, promote higher retention, and encourage the pursuit of graduate degrees and professional careers

    [[Tags: OME]], [[Tags: black]], [[Tags: latin]]
  • Undergraduate student government

    [[Tags: UA]], [[Tags: government]], [[Tags: student governance]]

Student Life

Top links

  • MIT's Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER) is the home of intercollegiate, intramural, and club athletics as well as physical education and recreational programs

    [[Tags: team]], [[Tags: exercise]], [[Tags: DAPER]]
  • DSL touches many aspects of life on campus, from housing and athletics to wellness and student activities

    [[Tags: dining]]
  • SAO provides opportunities for students to develop leadership skills and create community via student organizations, events, and civic engagement                        

    [[Tags: group]], [[Tags: club]], [[Tags: SAO]]

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  • Information on financial and other resources that can help make life as a student more affordable

    [[Tags: money]], [[Tags: food]], [[Tags: emergency funds]]
  • Central resource for all things related to the arts

    [[Tags: music]], [[Tags: theater]], [[Tags: dance]], [[Tags: museum]], [[Tags: gallery]], [[Tags: performance]]
  •  Oversees student group activity and is the governing body of student groups on campus

    [[Tags: club]], [[Tags: ASA]]
  • The CARE Team (Coordination, Assistance, Response, and Education) helps students with challenges they may experience at MIT and provides a means for anyone in the community to express concern about a student

  • Provides facilities and services for events, lectures, and classes

    [[Tags: CAC]]
  • Video "microlessons" on a broad range of topics to help students navigate life at MIT, and beyond

  • MIT's student government body that represents all undergraduate dormitory residents

    [[Tags: dorm]], [[Tags: residence]], [[Tags: housing]]
  • Oversees occupational safety and environmental sustainability on campus

    [[Tags: lab]], [[Tags: waste]], [[Tags: sustainability]], [[Tags: EHS]]
  • Compilation of funding sources for student activities, programs, public service, and more

    [[Tags: money]], [[Tags: club]], [[Tags: group]]
  • Promotes awareness of equity, inclusion, and diversity as core MIT values and serves as a focal point for activities, conversations, and best practices

    [[Tags: ICEO]]
  • The Student Activities Office (SAO) provides opportunities for students to hone their leadership skills in a variety of ways

  • Dicounted tickets for local sporting events, movies, performances, and other events and activities

    [[Tags: MITAC]]
  • Emergency notifications, contacts, preparedness, and other resources

  • MIT EMS is a student-run 24/7 ambulance service for all medical emergencies on the MIT campus and in the surrounding community

    Call MIT Police Dispatch at 617-253-1212 

    [[Tags: EMS]], [[Tags: EMT]]
  • Information platform for organizations and programs in the MIT community

    [[Tags: clubs]], [[Tags: events]], [[Tags: groups]]
  • Maintains a safe academic environment and offers emergency medical service 24 hours a day, seven days a week

    For emergencies, dial 100 from any campus phone, or 617-253-1212. For non-emergencies, dial 617-253-2996

  • Standards, guidelines, regulations, and procedures regarding general behavior and policies for all undergraduate and graduate students

    [[Tags: student conduct]], [[Tags: disciplinary]]
  • The Office of Multicultural Programs advises student organizations on event planning, team management, and retreats and provides educational outreach, training opportunities, and celebratory events for the MIT community around diversity and inclusion

  • Offers classes, performance opportunities, lessons, and opportunities for students to experiment with diverse theatrical forms

  • We all need help sometimes. MIT has a variety of resources available to support students who need it

  • The hub of making at MIT, including training, makerbucks, a makerspace database, the Mobius app, and much more

  • The MIT Recycling Office offers resources to help MIT students, faculty, and staff reduce their carbon footprint

    [[Tags: reuse]], [[Tags: recycle]], [[Tags: green campus]]
  • Offers spiritual and personal support and guidance to the entire MIT community

    [[Tags: Christianity Islam Hinduism Buddism Judaism christian muslim jewish]], [[Tags: Islam]], [[Tags: Hindu]], [[Tags: Buddism]], [[Tags: Judaism]], [[Tags: Muslim]], [[Tags: Jewish]]
  • Works to provide a seamless integration of the academic and residential student experience and facilitate opportunities for learning that promote creative thinking, curiosity, leadership, citizenship, inclusion, and a commitment to life-long learning

    [[Tags: housing]], [[Tags: dorm]], [[Tags: FSILG]]
  • Social Justice Programming & Cross Cultural Engagement Intercultural Center (SPXCE, pronounced "space") provides social justice education, support, community-building, and leadership development

    [[Tags: LGBTQ]], [[Tags: lesbian]], [[Tags: gay]], [[Tags: queer]], [[Tags: trans]]
  • Real-time MIT shuttle tracker

    [[Tags: Tech Shuttle]], [[Tags: SafeRide]]
  • Services and resources for students with disabilities to ensure access to all of MIT's programs, activities, and services

    [[Tags: disabled]], [[Tags: handicap]], [[Tags: blind]], [[Tags: adhd]], [[Tags: dyslexia]], [[Tags: autism]], [[Tags: aspbergers]], [[Tags: adaptive technology]], [[Tags: SDS]]
  • Supports students dealing with personal concerns including anxiety, depression, relationship problems, stress, or other issues

    Mon-Thurs, 8:30 am-7 pm; Fri 8:30 am-5 pm

    For urgent concerns, call 617-253-2916 anytime to speak to a mental health clinician. You can also come to walk-in hours, Mon-Fri, 2-4 pm

    [[Tags: mood]]
  • Undergraduate student government

    [[Tags: UA]], [[Tags: government]], [[Tags: student governance]]
  • Information and resources about the network of offices, departments, and organizations that support and empower women-identified students at MIT