Resource Library

MIT Sloan and MIT have a variety of offices dedicated to meeting your needs as a student. The Info Fair and Resource Library is a collection of details and contact information of the many offices and resources available to you during your time at MIT Sloan.

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  • MIT Activities Committee (MITAC)

    Your Ticket to Cultural and Recreational Events! The MIT Activities Committee (MITAC) offers virtual and discounted tickets to the MIT community for local arts and culture, sporting events, and family activities. Serving the MIT Community for over 30 years!

  • DAPER: Club Sports Programming and Intramural Sports

    MIT Club Sports is a great way to stay active, meet new people, and make life long friends. With 34 different club sports to choose from there is something for everyone! Come ask questions about how to get involved or go to for information if you can't make this meeting.

    Intramural Sports is the best way to relieve stress, try a new sport, or meet new people! There is a wide variety of activities each semester from chess tournaments to ice hockey leagues. Stop by and learn more about intramural sports or visit if you can't make it to this meeting.

  • DAPER: Physical Education & Wellness

    The Physical Education and Wellness office is part of Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER). We offer instructional physical activity and wellness courses to the MIT community on a quarterly basis. For the fall 2020, courses will be open to graduate students remotely- both synchronously and asynchronously. To learn more about our program and course offerings, check out To connect with us on social media, "Like" us on Facebook, subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow us on Instagram for student stories, wellness micro-lessons, general MIT content and course registration alerts!

  • MIT Recreation

    MIT Recreation is here to offer you safe remote and virtual fitness classes as well as limited in-person classes and use of outdoor facilities, while working with campus safety protocol. We also offer online coaching from personal training to nutrition to help you become your healthiest self.

  • Arts @ MIT

    The Arts at MIT organizes the $15K Creative Arts Competition, an annual contest designed to encourage arts-focused startups at the Institute. The $15,000 prize is offered as a grant to help launch the winning enterprise and enable the recipient(s) to join the ranks of MIT's successful startup founders.

  • MIT List Visual Arts Center

    MIT List Visual Arts Center is your on campus contemporary art museum and stewards to the Public Art collection. Stop by to learn about unique creative opportunities for engagement exclusively for MIT students and other programmatic offerings this year. Hint: Not all are 'on screen'.



  • MIT Libraries

    Please see the MIT Libraries presentation for a quick overview of MIT Libraries' resources and services. Learn how to access business and management databases remotely for conducting research on companies, industries, markets, and more.

  • Copytech

    MIT Copytech is ready to help you get this semester off to a great start. We provide an array of print options including: course materials w/shipping, high quality large format, business cards, color and black/white printing inclusive of finishing options. Promote your program through the Infinite Display screens around campus. Visit: for more information on our full blend of services and to place your requests online. Contact- free delivery solutions are in place for everyone's safety. We look forward to working with you!

  • Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life (ORSEL)

    At MIT, there are about forty active student religious organizations, many of which are supported by affiliated professionals in the Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life (ORSEL). Affiliates support on-campus programming, provide confidential one-on-one counseling, and advise student religious organizations.

  • MIT Federal Credit Union

    The MIT Federal Credit Union is a benefit to all students and their families on campus and wherever life takes you after your graduate. We're your answer for "all things financial" including free checking, loans, and financial education opportunities. We've got answers to your questions and solutions for your financial needs!

  • MIT Graduate Housing

    Living in MIT's Graduate Housing is a great first option and definitely is your best option. You will be part of a supportive community that includes fellow students, faculty and staff. Housing does not require any upfront payments and the rent includes all utilities. We want you to know that our staff are here to make your housing experience smooth and pleasant. Our mission is simple: We are here for students by enhancing the living and learning environment at MIT.

  • Institute Community and Equity Office (ICEO)

    The ICEO mission is to advance a respectful and caring community that embraces diversity and empowers everyone to learn and do their best at MIT. Learn more about diversity, equity & inclusion events and community activities throughout the Institute. Know your diversity partners and committees across MIT.

  • Institute Discrimination and Harassment Response Office

    The Institute Discrimination & Harassment Response Office is a central office on MIT's campus to offer resources, reporting options, and resolution processes for anyone in the community experiencing discrimination and discriminatory harassment (which includes sexual misconduct and Title IX violations).

    One opportunity for engagement with our office is the Title IX Student Advisory Committee which made up of undergraduate and graduate students from across the Institute who provide feedback and input to IDHR office regarding our messaging and outreach campaigns and help us most effectively engage with the student body around issues of gender equity. We would love to have more Sloan representation-- so please come talk with us to learn more!"

  • Violence Prevention and Response

    We are the on-campus confidential support to prevent and respond to sexual or relationship violence. We have an active and vibrant student activism arm of our office.

    Questions about advocacy services? Email

    Questions about education or outreach? Email

  • MIT Police

    The primary mission of the MIT Police is to provide for the safety and security of all members of the MIT Community. We look forward to having the opportunity to meet with our newest community members from the Sloan School of Management.

  • Priscilla King Gray Center for Public Service (PKG Center)

    Public service is a springboard to take your learning beyond the classroom into communities around the world through internships, fellowships, and public service projects. Connect with people and organizations working to make social, environmental, and technological changes that are building a better world. We provide guidance—and often funding— to get you out there, working side-by-side with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and social enterprises that are driving these changes locally, nationally, and globally.

  • Legatum Center for Development & Entrepreneurship

    The Legatum Center was founded on the belief that entrepreneurs and their market-driven solutions are critical to advancing economic and social progress in the developing world. We offer a portfolio of programs that support students at every stage of their entrepreneurial journey, from those still discovering their path, to those exploring specific market opportunities, to those executing a plan that transforms opportunity into an innovative venture.

  • MIT International Sciences and Technology Initiatives (MISTI)

    MISTI's pioneering internship program matches MIT students with projects in companies and labs around the world. Through our teaching programs, students learn how to communicate with international peers by teaching STEM and entrepreneurship in foreign high schools and universities.

  • MIT Office of Graduate Education (OGE)

    The primary mission of the Office of Graduate Education is to provide Institute-wide support and to serve students, faculty, and staff to make graduate education at MIT empowering, exciting, holistic, and transformative. The OGE is especially committed to fostering excellence and quality through the values of dedication to serving students, caring about all members of the community, and inclusivity of diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

  • The Language Conversation Exchange (LCE)

    The LCE is an organization dedicated to sharing the power of language through conversation partnerships and informal events open to all members of the MIT community. Through the website, our events, and our community slack space, you can connect with people in the MIT community who are interested in exchanging languages. Conversation partners arrange the time, place, and frequency of their meetings.

  • Technology Licensing Office (TLO)

    The Technology Licensing Office supports the MIT community of inventors and entrepreneurs. We enable the transfer of early stage technology from the lab to the market place to ultimately benefit the public through a process called tech transfer. We protect MIT intellectual property (IP) via patents or copyright and enable the commercialization of that IP through licensing to companies and startups. We are available to answer your questions about this process and how we may support your entrepreneurial efforts and goals.

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  • MIT Sloan Student Life Office (SLO)

    The Student Life Office at MIT Sloan promotes caring, contribution, and community across all of MIT Sloan's degree programs. We are here to help students and their significant others navigate their MIT Sloan experience and the many resources at their disposal while supporting a diverse and caring student culture. We offer many events and resources, and we work in close partnership with the many student service teams at Sloan and across MIT.

  • MIT Sloan Sloan Educational Services (SES)

    Sloan Educational Services (SES) assists students with registering for classes, degree auditing - confirming whether you are on track to graduate based upon your current registration, letter and transcript requests (including CPT, OPT, AT, housing termination and more), ordering replacement nameplates, name tags and business cards, assigning lockets, and reserving public and classroom space for Sloan clubs.

  • MIT Sloan Career Development Office (CDO)

    The Career Development Office (CDO) provides career development support for MBA students throughout your Sloan journey. Our experienced career advisors and recruiting team help you create a customized plan for activating your talents for personal and professional success. We work with you on creating individual career advising meetings (ex: re-calibrating your search, mock interview preparation, offer negotiation). We also provide career education through small group sessions and classroom instruction (including Career Core). In addition, our team collaborates with employers to understand the market, offer recruiting events and provide access to internship/full time listings and more. For additional information about our services and resources, visit

  • MIT Sloan Technology Services (STS)

    The STS mission is to enable Sloan to excel in its mission by transforming the research, academic and administrative information landscape. We will achieve this through technology service excellence, being a strong strategic partner to Sloan and the broader MIT community, and continuously developing our own capabilities.

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  • MIT Sloan Student Funding

    Student Funding is the primary resource for any questions regarding billing or your student account. We can help resolve any issues regarding financial aid and student loans. We're the best point of contact for questions about student employment (TA, RA, etc). We manage the process for corporate sponsor invoicing. We are available for one-on-one counseling for any questions regarding student funding

  • MIT Sloan Office of External Relations (OER)

    The Office of External Relations works to engage alumni, friends, and organizations with MIT Sloan and with each other to inspire investment of time, expertise, and financial support. The Alumni Experience team helps to connect alumni with student clubs, conferences, and treks.

  • MIT Sloan Admissions Office

    The Admissions Office relies on current student volunteers to help recruit prospective students interested in our degree programs (MBA, SFMBA, MFin, and MBAn). If you are interested in volunteering your time, please stop by our virtual table. Thank you!

  • MIT Sloan Action Learning Office

    Action Learning embodies MIT's motto of mens et manus, or mind and hand. Each year, 15+ Action Learning labs are offered so you have the opportunity to apply your classroom learning to real-life challenges posed by host organizations. These half and full semester courses provide you with an immersive experience working with local, domestic and international organizations on diverse subjects ranging from analytics, global entrepreneurship to healthcare and sustainability. With your team, you will perform a range of analyses; from benchmarking best practices to analyzing stakeholder needs, and from researching new markets to comparing inventory tracking systems, along with so many other topics. Further, seasoned industry practitioners or mentors will guide you and your team as you go through this learning experience. As the world continues to change under unprecedented circumstances, consider taking an Action Learning course; you can not only learn, but make an impact on a real need.

  • MIT Sloan Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Office (DEI)

    The Mission of the MIT Sloan Office for DEI is to proactively create research supported initiatives and programs that aim to fulfill MIT's Values. They develop and deliver data-driven solutions that advocate for systemic change through building community by creating opportunities for engagement and learning. They will accomplish this by partnering with and supporting staff, students, faculty, and other members of the MIT community.

  • MIT Sloan Office of Communications and Media Relations

    The Office of Communications is dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of MIT Sloan with current and future global business leaders. The Editorial team runs the Ideas Made to Matter stories that appear on the homepage as well as the school's main social media accounts. Media Relations works with student groups to invite press to student-organized events as well as to promote student startups and initiatives in the media.

  • MIT Executive Degree Programs (MIT Sloan Fellows MBA and MIT Executive MBA)

    The MIT Executive Degree Programs team manages day-to-day administration as well as advising for students in the MIT Sloan Fellows MBA (SFMBA) and MIT Executive MBA (EMBA) programs. Students in these two programs are the most experienced students in the MIT Sloan community and have come to MIT Sloan to learn and collaborate across all programs.

  • MIT Leadership Center

    The MIT Leadership Center helps students develop the self-knowledge and collaborative capability needed to drive positive change in their organizations and in the world. We provide programs and courses designed to facilitate students' leadership development during their time at MIT Sloan and beyond.

  • Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship

    The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship builds students' capacity for innovation-based entrepreneurship through its program areas: Educate, Nurture, Network, Research and Celebrate.

  • Good Companies, Good Jobs Initiative at MIT Sloan

    Are you interested in learning to manage both people and profits well? The Good Companies, Good Jobs Initiative at MIT Sloan seeks to make work work for everyone in the 21st century. We focus on topics such as worker voice in the workplace, job quality, training opportunities, and equity and inclusion, and our initiative's work encompasses practice-oriented research, classes, events, and communications. We offer a guide to courses at MIT Sloan that focus on the human side of business, innovative classes such as USA Lab, and this year we are cosponsoring a new speaker series on "Redefining Management: Leadership for Social Progress in Troubled Times." We look forward to meeting you!

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