There are a variety of MIT staff who are invested in your success, both in and out of the classroom. If you’re not sure where to begin, don’t worry, you’re not alone. For help with fellowships, please feel free to email laurie [at] mit.edu (Laurie Ward), the Office of Graduate Education grad-fellowships [at] mit.edu ((OGE) Fellowships Team), and for all things finance, Sfs [at] mit.edu (Student Financial Services) (SFS).
- iGrad: A fantastic free resource for the MIT community that allows students to take charge of their financial goals. There are a host of self-led trainings based on your interests, and students can complete tasks to be entered monthly to win $1,000!
- Graduate Funding Flowchart: When you are faced with financial difficulty, it can sometimes be tough knowing who at MIT can best assist you. This handy flowchart is a great resource if you’re unsure where to go next.
- Additional Financial Support: Sometimes we all need additional help. MIT offers several options for graduate students who may need emergency assistance for multiple reasons. When in doubt, always reach out.
- Quick Tips and Resources: New to budgeting and saving, or have questions about building credit? Student Financial Services (SFS) offers essential tips and key information to get you started on your financial education journey.
- Support for Taxes: While we are unable to provide individualized tax advice, the Office of the Vice President for Finance (VPF) has some useful links that may help you come tax season. There is even a page for How to Get Tax Help.