Staying Well During COVID‑19

For additional support resources and services while we operate remotely, visit our COVID‑19 Support page.

In this remote learning environment, where community support and engagement are not happening in-person, prioritizing wellbeing is as important as ever. The resources below are provided to help you maintain a healthy physical and mental lifestyle that includes staying connected with others and finding a sense of purpose.

Looking for more tips on how to stay well? Follow the @MITsupport and @MITgradstudents on Instagram for tips and resources shared by the UA Support and Wellness committee and MIT Grad Link!


A healthy mind is critical to managing your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, and also allows you to reason, innovate, practice self-compassion, empathize, and develop insight.


A healthy body is foundational to wellbeing and includes getting sufficient sleep, physical exercise, and eating well.


Healthy relationships and meaningful connections help create thriving communities where everyone feels valued and respected.


A sense of purpose helps you make sense of your experience in the world, discover what is meaningful to you, and figure out who you want to become.


We would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to Active Minds, Harvard University Health Services, and Wake Forest University for helping to inspire this website and for providing content and many of the resources listed here.