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MIT Personal Resources for Students

MIT Ombuds Office
MIT has two Ombudspeople on staff to help with conflict, complaints and disputes. They are neutral, informal and confidential. This office will talk to any staff, student, faculty MIT community member and will not require even the use of names if someone is uncomfortable with going on the record.

Conflict Management at MIT
This office offers conflict trainings and can also step in to help with mediation and restorative justice sessions.

MIT CARE Team
The CARE Team (Coordination, Assistance, Response, and Education) is a team of staff who support all students (graduate and undergrad) in navigating the various student wellbeing resources available at MIT.

MIT Medical

MIT Urgent Care

MIT Mental Health Counseling

MIT “Let’s Chat”
MIT Medical offers this service that provides students with easy access to informal, free, confidential consultations with counselors from MIT Medical’s Mental Health & Counseling. No appointment needed.

Peer to Peer Program
Free, anonymous and confidential chat with trained student volunteer listeners

MIT Spouses and Partners

MIT REFS
Student volunteer program run through the Conflict Management office. REFS provide low barrier, informal, confidential services to their peers in conflict management.

MIT Religious Life

LGBT at MIT

Black Graduate Students Association

MIT Latino Cultural Center

Women@MIT

MIT Work Life Center (has info for parents, including childcare)

Global Education and Career Development

iGrad financial and career assistance

Tax information for graduate students & for International students

EMERGENCY RESOURCES

MIT Police Dial 100 from any institute phone! Or 617-253-1212

Dean on Call 5pm-9am and when MIT is closed

Violence Prevention and Response Dial 617-253-2300 for 24 hr hotline

MIT Emergency Medical Services (volunteer student group)

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