Campus Information


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MIT Staff Emergency Hardship Fund

  • The MIT Staff Emergency Hardship Fund provides financial assistance to MIT staff and postdoctoral scholars (associates and fellows) who are experiencing an immediate and temporary financial hardship due to a sudden or non-recurring emergency.

MIT Events Calendar


  • Spouses and partners of MIT students and employees are elegible to receive an MIT Spouse/Partner ID card.
  • For more information about eligibility, how to apply, and where you can use your MIT ID card, see our Q&A page.

MIT Libraries

MIT Transportation

  • Campus shuttle buses - for travelling both on and off campus, free with an MIT ID card
    • Tech Shuttle, EzRide, Saferide, Groceries Shuttles, Airport Shuttle​

Emergency Alerts

  • Sign up here to get alerts about MIT campus emergencies by phone, text and email
  • Recorded updates about campus closures:
    • On campus phone number: 3-SNOW
    • Off campus/cell phone number: 617-253-SNOW (617-253-7669)
  • For more information visit:

MIT Police

  • On campus phone number: 100
  • Off-campus/cell phone number: 617-253-1212

MIT Medical

International Students Office (ISO)

  • Helps international undergraduate, graduate, special exchange and visiting students and their dependents.
  • The ISO website has a lot of useful information and resources.
  • Building E18, room 219

International Scholars Office (ISchO)

  • Supports international scholars, their spouses/partners, and families ("scholars" include postdocs, visiting researchers, professors and lecturers).
  • The ISchO website has a lot of useful information and resources.
  • Building E18, room 209

Student Center

  • Meeting spaces, eateries, banking, MIT Coop bookstore, hair salon, barber, optical shop, grocery store, dry cleaner, CopyTech, post office, music practice rooms, MIT Student Art Association and MIT Outing Cub
  • Building W20