Use Covid Pass to access the MIT campus

Covid Pass is the application that MIT community members use to complete requirements for entering campus buildings.

COVID-19 Updates

To mitigate the impacts of COVID-19, IS&T is providing a range of IT resources to the MIT community.

Working remotely during a campus emergency?

It’s critical to be prepared for an emergency event that may impact traditional workflows.

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Screenshot of Set your password screen in M-I-T Atlas mobile app.

IS&T provides several options to to update your password and help you stay secure.

A hand holding an iPhone displaying the WiFi setting screen which shows it connected to the eduroam network.

MIT community members have access to eduroam, a free, secure, high-speed WiFi network available at thousands of schools, research facilities, and other locations worldwide.

A man sitting on a couch next to a sleeping dog, On his lap is an open laptop on a man's lap showing a Zoom meeting window.

IS&T recommends following these tips to make working with others when away from the MIT campus as seamless and secure as possible.

Cartoon of a tired-looking man in pajamas standing in the dark in front of shelves with a router on it. A young girl holding a flashlight says "Dad, standing guard over the router all night doesn't make our WiFi network more secure."

IS&T recommends that community members follow these best practices when engaging in activities remotely to help reduce the chance information and data being compromised.

Screenshot of the GlobalProtect VPN client window showing it connected.

The MIT Virtual Private Network (VPN) makes it easy to connect securely to Institute resources no matter where in the world you are.