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If you live on campus and don’t have your own apartment, you will be moved into a dedicated isolation space on campus for 10 days or until you are fever-free. The Covid Support Team will help you navigate all that you need, including putting you in touch with a dean in Student Support Services for undergraduates or Grad Support for graduates to help navigate any academic support you will need.

Learn more about isolation on campus.

MIT’s Student Mental Health and Counseling Services is 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).

You can learn more about voluntary leaves of absence by connecting with Student Support Services (S3). You can email, or if you’re connected to a dean in S3, please email your dean directly.

For undergraduates, if you need help or support during this time, please email 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 or call (617) 253-4860.

DoingWell is a new resource to help you along your wellbeing journey at MIT. This site includes information, resources, and events from around the Institute that help you prioritize your physical and mental health, develop healthy relationships, and find a sense of purpose. 

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I need help covering an unforeseen, essential expense.

I’m concerned about another student’s wellbeing, but it’s not an emergency.

I need to change my major.

I need to add/change/drop a course.

I need to transition to a light tuition load.