Resources

Finances

Financial Aid

Tuition and Billing

Loans

Advice and Assistance

  • MIT GAIN is a free, 24-hour confidential service that connects graduate students and their families to a network of experts who can provide resources and referrals for a variety of work-life issues, including legal/financial consultation; child care, school, and summer camp resources/referrals; relocation guidance; and career assessment.

  • Walk-in services in 11-120; Get help with your student account, financial aid and payments, copies of your transcript, cross-registration information and materials enrollment certification

  • Contact information for the Assistant Directors of Financial Aid who can answer questions and guide you through the financial aid process

  • Contact information for the Counselors for Education Loan Collections who can work with you while you are a student and after you leave MIT on issues related to debt management

  • Contact information for Counselors for Customer Service who can help you with bills and payment

  • Awards need-based financial aid, processes student and parent loans, manages student billing and student employment

Student Employment

Getting Paid by MIT

On Campus

  • Provides basic financial services to the MIT community, including graduate and undergraduate students; locations in Student Center (W20) and NE48

  • Debit account linked to your MIT ID; purchase meals, books, laundry, convenience items and more