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Parents

The parents of MIT students are an integral and valued part of the MIT family.

Here in Cambridge and across the nation and the world, MIT is engaging humanity’s greatest challenges while making a difference through education, research, and innovation. The Institute could not be more pleased to welcome parents, both those who are new and those who already have been with us, to the shared endeavors of our MIT community.

MIT parents have many opportunities to connect with and actively participate in the life of the Institute. From Campus Preview Weekend to Family Weekend to Commencement, through lectures, athletic events, volunteering, giving opportunities, and so much more, parents can share with their students the richness of the MIT experience.

Students welcome MIT parents and family members to campus during Family Weekend in the fall.

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A range of services are dedicated to supporting students in the classroom, on campus, and in the residence halls, with the aim to help them flourish and succeed. 

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Student Health and Safety

Keeping students safe and healthy so they can be their best selves and enjoy a rich and rewarding experience at MIT is of paramount importance. Here are some resources and numbers to keep handy.

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MIT Parent Resources

At Commencement, a graduate’s mortarboard is decorated with the words, “Thanks, Mom and Dad!” and an illustration of the Great Dome and crew boat on the Charles.

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