Resources For Faculty
- MyLife Services
MIT MyLife Services is a one-stop, free resource that provides MIT faculty, staff, postdocs and their families with 24/7 access to a network of experts who can help with life concerns.
- On-Campus Parking
Provides information about permits, parking locations, and other rights and regulations.
- Quick Guide for Principal Investigators
The MIT Quick Guide for PIs contains several key topics in research administration today and provides a brief explanation of each topic, summarizes the PI’s key responsibilities, and provides links to resources where you may find additional information.
- Registrar’s Office
Students may register for or drop classes, apply for graduation, and access forms, petitions, and academic records. Advisors and teachers can access student records, reserve classrooms, and find information on grading policies and majors and minors.
- Rewards & Recognition
Learn how to nominate SOS students, staff, postdocs, and faculty for outstanding achievements.
- Spouse & Partner Community Group
A group for spouses and partners of MIT faculty, staff, and students, offering a community and resources to help newcomers transition to a new city or country, such as professional and English language training, social and professional networking, and volunteer and interest groups.
- Student Advising Resources
Guides, policies, and procedures for undergraduate advising.
- Tenure-Track Lunch Program
Lunch meetings for junior faculty members from different departments to meet one another and discuss important issues.
- Writing & Communication Center Free professional advice to MIT students, post-docs, faculty, lecturers, staff, spouses, alums, visiting scientists, and scholars....