- Returning to work on campus FAQ
- Guidance and information for MIT on-campus employees
- Covid-19 guidance for MIT employees
- FAQ for employees
- Staff Emergency Hardship Fund
- Recognition in the MIT community during Covid-19
- Continuity planning resources for employees and departments
- Safety and ergonomics tips for working remotely
- Statement regarding acceptable online conduct
- Securing Zoom meetings and classes to prevent disruption
- IS&T: Resources for working remotely
- HR: Guidelines for remote work for employees
- Zoom site license
- MIT-wide Slack grid available
- Guidance for departments and offices for working in a physical distancing environment
- Managing remotely: Tips for managers
Health and wellness
- MIT Medical updates
- Guidance for campus managers/employees who are aware of a person with exposure/possible exposure to an individual with confirmed Covid-19
- Ergonomic evaluation from Environment, Health & Safety
- Updates to BCBS MIT medical plans for MIT faculty, staff, and postdocs in response to Covid-19
- MIT@2:50: Ten minutes of daily mindfulness
- MIT MyLife Services: Support for staff, faculty, postdocs, and their families
- Community Wellness classes and programs
Pay and benefits
- Update on VPF resources and services
- The MIT Federal Credit Union has a new loan option available to support MIT employees during the Covid-19 pandemic.
- MIT parking facilities on the Cambridge campus are open to all MIT ID cardholders free of charge through September 1, 2020. We will re-evaluate this emergency policy for the fall term. All MIT ID cards have been activated to allow access to all MIT lots and garages, regardless of whether the individual is a current parking account holder.
- Please note that parking rules continue to apply and signage regarding reserved spaces must be observed.
- For information regarding parking locations, view a printable map or interactive map. Email email@example.com with specific questions.