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To safeguard the health and wellbeing of our entire community, MIT requires anyone who routinely accesses campus buildings to be tested for COVID-19, complete a safety training, and comply with MIT, state, and local policies and guidelines. MIT created the Covid Pass app to help community members comply with these requirements.
During the COVID-19 emergency, MIT’s Student Mental Health and Counseling Services are offering telehealth appointments for eligible MIT students. To find out if you’re eligible and schedule an appointment, call (617) 253-2916. You’ll need to fill out the informed consent for telehealth treatment form and return it to the email address listed on the form (Adobe Acrobat required for e-signature).
MIT is closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 situation and taking action to protect the health and wellbeing of MIT students, faculty, and staff, as well as our neighboring communities. Updated policies for on-campus undergraduate housing and on-campus graduate housing have been guided by MIT Medical and the Institute’s Emergency Management Team.
For undergraduates, if you need help or support during this time, please email email@example.com and someone will respond as soon as possible. If you’re connected to a dean in S3, please email your dean directly. You can also call (617) 253-4861 and leave a voicemail.
For graduate students, Grad Support provides consultation, coaching, and advocacy on matters related to academic and life challenges. If you’re dealing with an issue that’s impacting your ability to attend class, complete work, or take an exam, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (617) 253-4860.