CAMPUS RESOURCES

THRIVE aims to build a centralized platform for searching and connecting with resources that are available to graduate students at MIT. Here you will find information about resources in the areas of:

Mental and Physical Health

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Community Building

This list will be constantly updated as we become aware of more resources at MIT.

Mental and Physical Health

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MIT Medical

MIT Medical serves the healthcare needs of the MIT community, including the mental health needs.

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Violence Prevention and Response

VPR is the primary on-campus resource for preventing and responding to interpersonal violence.

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Title IX Office

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any educational program or activity receiving federal financial aid.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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ICEO

The Institute Community and Equity Office aims to cultivate a caring community that embraces diversity and empowers everyone.

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EECS CDEI

The EECS Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (CDEI) is comprised of students, staff, and faculty. The Committee is charged with identifying opportunities and creating actionable plans for EECS to achieve our vision of a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive community.

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RISE Campaign

RISE is a united effort of MIT grad students led by Graduate Students for a Healthy MIT, Black Graduate Student Association, and Graduate Student Council DEI committee. Our mission is to fight racism, sexism, and other forms of injustice on our campus to guarantee the right to a safe working and educational environment free of harassment, discrimination, and abuse.

Community Building Resources in EECS

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GW6

Graduate Women in Course 6 focuses on the personal and professional development of women-identifying EECS graduate students. 

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GSA

The Graduate Student Association promotes social, professional, and academic development while encouraging a sense of community within EECS.

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REFS

Resources for Easing Friction and Stress is comprised of graduate students that serve as a first point of contact in dealing with stress and conflict in graduate school.