Senior Associate Dean,
Student Support and Wellbeing
Welcome to Student Support and Wellbeing!
Our group represents the Institute’s commitment to making sure that all students are supported throughout their education at MIT. We provide academic, personal, disability, substance use/abuse, crisis, and violence prevention services and education to the entire community. Indeed, we are here to support all MIT students and provide the community with the tools and information to be able to recognize and support students who are in need.
Areas of Specialization
David Randall is Senior Associate Dean for Student Support and Wellbeing. David has been at MIT since 2005 and was a dean in Student Support Services for many years. Student Support and Wellbeing is here to support all MIT students, and David is responsible for coordinating many of the support resources on campus, including Student Support Services, Student Disability Services, Violence Prevention and Response, Community Development and Substance Abuse, and the Coordination Assistance and Response (CARE) Team.
Colgate University, BA, Psychology
Penn State University, MA, PhD, Clinical Psychology
Brown University, Internship and Postdoctoral Fellowship
MIT Excellence Award, Unsung Hero, 2015
David is an avid sports fan and during his free time can be found on a basketball court, watching his kids do their thing, or cheering for his beloved New York Yankees. David lives with his wife, three boys, and his sock-eating therapy dog, Addie.