What you need to know
Offices around the Institute are offering support and technical assistance to help students and instructors navigate the challenges of teaching and learning during the Covid-19 pandemic.
For general support — including helpful tips on preparation, participation, and wellness while learning remotely — visit http://learnremote.mit.edu.
Teach Remote was developed by the Teaching + Learning Lab and the Office of Open Learning to help you find the most appropriate ways to provide instruction that covers all your subject’s material. Visit http://teachremote.mit.edu and direct questions to email@example.com.
Academic departments are a key resource for questions about individual subjects.
Students with questions about a specific subject should contact their instructor directly. If you do not receive a response, you may wish to contact your program’s undergraduate administrator or undergraduate officer, graduate administrator, or graduate officer.
MIT has taken steps to preserve its standards and integrity while enabling students to continue to make progress in their degree programs.
- All students are expected to adhere to the handbook for academic integrity at MIT.
- Instructors are expected to follow the published Term Regulations. Questions should be directed to their department’s education officer, undergraduate or graduate officer, or the Chair of the Faculty.
- Students with concerns should contact the Chair of the Faculty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Technical issues including access, hardware, or software
For technical issues, students and instructors can reach out to IS&T for 24/7 support.
MIT is additionally working to ensure all students can continue their academic programs while away from campus. Please contact email@example.com to request resources.