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The purpose of the BSU is to provide support for black students and to promote social interactions between students, faculty, and alumni. The organization shall also aid in efforts to improve the welfare of the black community as a whole and provide a quality community space that serves the entire black community at MIT. The Black Students' Lounge is located on the first floor of MIT Walker Memorial room 105. This lounge is where almost all of our BSU events are held. Throughout the school year, we also share the space with several other MIT organizations such as BGSA, BTG, NSBE, OME, MIT Program in Women's Studies, and BAMIT for example.
The CARE Team (Coordination, Assistance, Response, and Education) is a team of staff who support all students through challenges they may experience during their time at MIT. While MIT has many resources to support students, the CARE Team recognizes it can often be overwhelming for students to navigate all of the support available to them.
The CCRR is charged with fostering better relations among the races, ethnicities and cultures of people at MIT, and with helping the community realize the benefits of its cultural and racial diversity.
E23-4th Floor | 617-253-1316 | email@example.com
We encourage members of the MIT community and their families to take advantage of the many free or low-cost programs, classes, and workshops offered by Community Wellness.
This site outlines how MIT handles concerns or complaints about harassment for all members of the MIT community. It also outlines the options for dealing with harassment at MIT.
10-359 | 617-452-4516
The Institute Community and Equity Officer (ICEO) serves as a thought leader on the subjects of community, equity, inclusion, and diversity; a focal point for organizing MIT's related activities and conversations; and a hands-on practitioner who disseminates best practices and inspires the awareness and enthusiasm to help them flourish.
W31-223 | 617-715-4080 | firstname.lastname@example.org
MIT is committed to providing a working, living, and learning environment free from harassment, bias, and discrimination for all of its community members. Addressing incidents of bias and discrimination is a community wide responsibility. The Title IX & Bias Response Office (T9BR) will work closely with our colleagues in other offices devoted to addressing incidents of bias and discrimination alleged to have been committed by students to coordinate educational outreach and training. To report incidents of bias, discrimination, and/or harassment please click here.
E18-219 | 617-253-3795
Provides services to meet the special needs of MIT international students, and support programs, which help them to fulfill their personal and academic goals. The Office provides individual advising and group seminars on immigration regulations, and also provides services to students and their dependents by assisting them when they need forms to travel outside the US or need personal counseling/advising in emergencies or unexpected immigration problems.
The Latino Cultural Center functions as the hub for many of the Latino student organizations, as well as individual community members interested in learning more about Latino culture. The LCC lounge provides a space for students to meet, socialize, and hold cultural & social events. The LCC holds regular office hours, discussions, study breaks, and dinners throughout the year. It’s also the location for student group meetings: APR, Casino Rueda, LUCHA, Mujeres Latinas, SHPE, MAES, & Teatro Latino.
50-250 (Rainbow Lounge) | email@example.com
To ensure a safe and supportive campus-wide community where students of diverse gender, romantic, and sexual identities are all welcomed as equals. This includes transgender, asexual, bisexual, pansexual, queer, aromantic, polyamorous, lesbian, gay, questioning individuals, those allying with them, and many more.
E23, 3rd floor | 617-253-2916
Counseling, evaluation, treatment, crisis intervention, and referral.
E23-205 | 617-253-5770
A group of volunteer undergraduates who can answer basic health related questions and connect students to MIT Medical's services and other helpful resources. There are MedLINK representatives in most campus and off-campus residences. Check the posters in your living groups or login to the MedLINKS website with Touchstone for the name of your MedLINK representative.
3-138 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The OGE comprises the Office of Graduate Education, the International Students Office, and the Graduate Student Council; together, they foster academic excellence and quality of life for MIT’s community of graduate students. Departmental graduate administrators are key partners and an important resource for students and staff.
4-107 | 617-253-5010
Provides effective academic enrichment programs to enhance matriculation, promote higher retention and greater excellence in underrepresented minority (African American, Mexican American, Native American and Puerto Rican/Hispanic) students' academic and general educational achievements, and encourages their pursuits of graduate degrees and professional careers. The OME's mission embraces a strategy to address academic and graduation gaps between underrepresented minority and non-minority students on MIT campus.
W31-110 | email@example.com
The Office of Multicultural Programs advises student organizations on details of event planning, team management, and retreats. OMP supervises the Graduate Assistants for the LCC and BSU, while also serving as the advisor for the LCC, BSU and all culturally focused student organizations. It also provides educational outreach, training opportunities, and celebratory moments for the MIT community around diversity and inclusion.
The MIT Ombuds Office helps people express concerns, resolve disputes, manage conflicts, and learn more productive ways of communicating. The Ombuds Office serves as an independent, confidential, neutral and informal resource to the diverse MIT community—it is a resource for faculty, staff, students and post-docs. It provides a place for every voice at MIT to be heard and to receive impartial attention without fear of loss of privacy. The Ombuds Office seeks to promote a fair conflict management system and supports systemic changes to achieve this goal.
The Chaplain to the Institute and the Board of Chaplains at MIT all provide spiritual and personal support to students, faculty, staff, and the MIT community. Comprised of over 20 chaplains and 40 student groups, The Office of Religious Life (W15) reflects the diversity of the institute’s community. Through regular opportunities for worship, meditation, prayer, and study, the office is a resource for students, faculty, and staff, of all faith traditions and belief systems. The chaplains provide religious, spiritual, and educational programming, as well as confidential counseling and crisis support.
W20-549 | 617-253-0742
Whether you are a student looking for a volunteer placement, a faculty member inquiring about service learning, or a nonprofit agency representative seeking ways in which the MIT community may be able to assist your organization, we are here to help! As a resource for both the MIT and local communities, the PSC provides programming, guidance, information and support to all those who are committed to, interested in, or just curious about public service.
5-104 | 617-253-1674 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The objective of the SDS is to ensure that MIT community members receive equal access to all Institute programs and services.
W31-110 | email@example.com
With a student-centered approach, the Social Justice Programming & Cross Cultural Engagement Intercultural Center (SPXCE, pronounced "space" works to foster a more inclusive, equitable, and affirming MIT campus climate. As a collaborative initiative between the Office of Multicultural Programs and LBGTQ@MIT, the SPXCE provides intersectional social justice education, support, community-building, and leadership development. The SPXCE serves as a place where students can feel at home and exist in their wholeness while exploring all of their identities authentically with compassion and care.
5-104 | 617-253-4861
Works to promote the academic success and holistic experience of students, reinforces the core values of MIT by providing support in an accessible and respectful environment, and provide advice and advocacy for students and act as a hub of resources, referrals, and information across the MIT community. S^3 is a service offered through the Undergraduate Advising and Academic Programming (UAAP) office.
14E-316 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary undergraduate Program, providing an academic framework and broad-based community for scholarly inquiry focusing on women, gender and sexuality. Exploring gender with the tools of different, and often multiple, disciplines, Women's Studies subjects strive to help MIT students better understand how knowledge and value take different forms depending on a variety of social variables. In the course of their inquiry, students not only learn how to use gender as a category of analysis, but also reflect on the manifestation of gender in their own lives, leading to a range of personal and intellectual discoveries. Although gender is a central component of every subject, the study of gender requires attention to connections between gender, sexuality, race, class, religion, nationality, and other social categories; different subjects shed light on different aspects of such connections.
Margaret Cheney Rm: 3-310 | email@example.com
Women at MIT is a network of staff and students that provide support and resources. Coordinated by the Assistant Director of Student Activities (who serves as a referral source), Women at MIT offers a range of workshops, discussions, events, and groups around the specific interests and needs of MIT’s women students. The Assistant Director also oversees the Margaret Cheney Room, a women student lounge found in 3-310.