We believe that making a better MIT for every member of the community—students, staff, and faculty—is a prerequisite to making a better world. Success in our endeavors requires a safe and supportive environment that helps us face difficulties with persistence and resilience. We are committed to providing resources for the physical, emotional, and intellectual well-being of our community members, and believe that we have a shared responsibility to treat one another with respect and integrity.
What is MIT’s policy on harassment?
Whom do I contact in my department if I experience or observe harassment or abuse?
What are my other options for addressing harassment or violations of MIT policy if I am a student or if I am a faculty or staff member employed at MIT?
Where can I find student resources for conflict resolution?
Where can I find support for mental and physical health?
- For students
- For staff, postdocs and faculty
Where can I find MIT resources for diversity, equity, and inclusion?
What does the School of Science do to support diversity, equity, and inclusion?