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MIT is committed to supporting students. The resources and services on these pages are available to all students whether they're on campus or remote.


Our community is struggling. The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and so many others due to police brutality have sent a shockwave through our system. The pain people of color experience in our communities, in our streets, and in our classrooms is more salient now than ever.

You may be working through any number of emotions — from grief to anxiety to outrage — and this may not be the first time you’ve felt what you’re feeling. As you process and act on these feelings, we hope you’ll take the time to practice self-care. Here’s a list of resources that can help support you mentally and physically during this time:

The pages in this section have been updated for Fall 2020. For up-to-date information about MIT’s response to COVID‑19, visit now.mit.edu.

About: Learn about the Student Support and Wellbeing team.

Support Services: Access support services whether you're on campus or remote

Staying Well: Resources to help you maintain a healthy physical and mental lifestyle that includes staying connected with others and finding a sense of purpose

Commonly Used Resources: The resources most commonly requested by students, compiled in one spot for you

Faculty and Staff: Resources to help faculty and staff support students

Parents and Families: Resources to help parents and families support students