Website that helps students cultivate wellbeing through four areas, or pillars: care of the mind and body, fostering meaningful relationships, and finding purpose.
With ask.mit.edu, you can ask any question and a staff member from Student Support and Wellbeing will respond within 1 business day.
Offers support, advocacy, and referrals for undergraduate students facing academic or personal challenges
Graduate student peers representing Institute-wide (iREFS) or departmental (dREFS) programs that provide low-barrier, confidential services in the form of support, coaching, listening, de-escalation, and informal mentoring and mediation
Offers spiritual and personal support and guidance to the entire MIT community
Residence-based peer support for undergraduates, via phone and email, to promote mental health and well-being
Serves as a neutral, confidential, independent, and informal resource to the diverse MIT community to help resolve and manage conflicts
Student liaisons between MIT Medical and undergraduates, to support their health and well-being
Advice and counsel for graduate students on a variety of issues including faculty/student relationships, funding, academic progress, and interpersonal concerns
Serves as the central office addressing discrimination and discriminatory harassment (including sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence, and stalking) for faculty, staff, postdocs, and students.