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Graduate education is a journey of constant growth, as students stretch to meet each new experience. We’re here to help you challenge yourself, to energize your self-care practice, and to support you in times of difficulty. We also point to many resources around diversity and community.
So, how can we help? Find a staff member who can dialogue with you on a broad range of topics. Read more about GradSupport, where you can find individual support on topics such as a personality conflict with your roommate, an awkward departmental situation, or whether or not you need to take a medical leave of absence. Peruse our development pages on entrepreneurship and careers for resources when and where you need them.
Visit the ask.mit.edu site to find additional information on a range of resources that are here to help you. MIT Graduate Assistance & Information Network (GAIN) is also available 24/7, providing confidential support for personalized services and referrals on legal, work/career, parenting, financial, home/daily living, and wellness. To get connected, call 844-MIT-GAIN (844-648-4246).
Pause your day for ten minutes of mindfulness with the MIT community. Offered every day during campus disruptions.
Find free virtual fitness classes through DAPER’s on demand YouTube Videos .
MIT Student Mental Health and Counseling offers ongoing teletherapy groups for MIT students, including Coping with Microaggressions Toolkit, Managing Stress Around Covid-19, ADHD Information and Skill Group, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) & Self-Compassion Toolkit.
You can always dial (617) 253-CALM (day or night) for a short, guided meditation to de-stress.