About Student Support and Wellbeing
Student Support and Wellbeing represents MIT’s commitment to supporting all students and educating them about living healthy and purposeful lives. We strive to create an environment that is welcoming and instills a sense of belonging which is critical for students to thrive. We provide academic, personal, disability, substance use/abuse, crisis, and violence prevention services and education to the entire community, along with the information and tools necessary to recognize and support students in need.
Student Support and Wellbeing is led by Senior Associate Dean David Randall, and includes the following offices:
- Alcohol and Other Drug Services
- CARE Team
- Disability and Access Services
- Office of Student Wellbeing
- Student Support Services
- Violence Prevention and Response
We are here to support all MIT students and educate them about living healthy and purposeful lives.
We envision an MIT where support is proactive and wellbeing is an essential component of an MIT education.
A sense of belonging is critical for students to thrive at MIT. Student Support and Wellbeing acknowledges and is committed to addressing structural oppression and its impact on our students. We strive to create an environment that is welcoming and instills a sense of belonging. Our dedication to this effort is supported by:
- Ensuring that our interactions, spaces, and practices are welcoming to all students.
- Intentionally working to identify, acknowledge, and reduce unconscious bias.
- Building a diverse staff and supporting them through onboarding and retention efforts.
- Providing ongoing, proactive education on topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion.