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Top 5 Questions
Students Are Asking Right Now

For more information about campus access and testing, visit MIT Covid Apps (check testing hours here). If you’re having any trouble getting into Covid Pass, email

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.

There are lots of resources available to help you. A good place to start is this list of food resources for anyone who needs food. If you have specific questions or needs around food, please submit a question and a member of the Student Support and Wellbeing team will connect with you directly.

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).

The Staying Well page is a good place to start for resources on caring for your physical and emotional health, developing healthy relationships with others, and finding ways to explore your sense of purpose. The resources on this page include wellness workshops, guided meditations, and virtual fitness classes from offices like Community Wellness and DAPER.

Frequently Used Forms

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.