If you’re visiting campus, working on a temporary contract basis with MIT, or collaborating with MIT faculty on a research project, you’ll want to know what IT services are available to you and how to access them. Here’s where you can find the information you need to get up and running quickly and easily.
Connecting to the network (MITnet)
You can also connect wirelessly to the MIT GUEST wireless network. This network does not require authentication, is not encrypted, and is not intended to access internal resources. Learn more about connecting to the MIT GUEST wireless network.
Collaborating with MIT faculty
If you’re not affiliated with the university but are partnering with an MIT faculty member, you may need to create a Collaboration Account so that you can access Stellar, MIT's course management system.
Downloading MIT’s mobile app
From an interactive live campus map to an up-to-the-minute shuttle schedule, MIT offers a helpful mobile app that you can download on your phone or mobile device for free.