Campus Alert: Interested in connecting with the team at Housing & Residential Services (HRS)? Learn about how you can contact HRS, including drop-in virtual office hours.
Hungry? Need food? Explore the Food & Dining Resources page for a list of undergraduate and graduate student and family resources on how to access food on or off campus.
Hardship requests will be considered by a team across the Division of Student Life and granted on a limited case-by-case basis according to the criteria listed below:
This list of exemptions is not exhaustive nor a guarantee of permission to return. Students who receive an exemption and live in a residential setting with shared floor kitchens or bathrooms, or a location where overall density remains elevated, may be required to live in temporary alternative on-campus housing coordinated by MIT.
PLEASE DO NOT ARRANGE TRAVEL TO RETURN TO CAMPUS UNTIL YOU RECEIVE CONFIRMATION OF YOUR RETURN.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Returns to graduate housing are contingent upon scheduling a COVID-19 test with MIT Medical that must be administered within 24 hours after arriving to campus. At this time, weekend testing is not available. Requests to return to graduate housing cannot be granted on Fridays and Saturdays.
COVID-19 testing is available at MIT Medical from Monday through Friday during the hours listed below (times may be impacted during holidays). No appointment necessary. Please visit the testing area through the outdoor courtyard along Ames Street.