Diversity + Inclusion

Introducing the MIT Sloan Ally Pledge

MIT Sloan students have created a pledge to drive meaningful progress in diversity and inclusion at MIT Sloan and in their professional communities. Students may pledge financial contributions in any amount for Fellowships for Inclusion, which were formed with the assistance of the Office of External Relations and will be used to empower women, people of color, and other underrepresented and/or historically excluded minority groups to attend MIT Sloan. Students who take the pledge also commit to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion at their employers after graduation.

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MIT Sloan Hispanic Business Club launches scholarship to support Latinx MBA applicants

In partnership with Target Test Prep, Applicant Lab, and IvyAdvisors, the student club is offering pre-MBA micro-scholarships to applicants who are impacted by the cost of applying.

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Support Network

Supporting our community in work and life. Photo: MIT Sloan Senate Co-presidents Courtney Jacobovits & Jo-Hannah Yeo.

Student Life

Student Life

MIT Sloan Student Life is here to promote caring, contribution, and community across all of MIT Sloan's degree programs.

Additional resources

  • MIT Ombuds Office

    The Ombuds Office is a confidential and independent resource for all members of the MIT community, including students, faculty, employees, alumni, and employees of Lincoln Lab, to constructively manage concerns and conflicts related to your experience at MIT.

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  • MIT HR: Diversity + Inclusion

    Our objective at MIT is to promote a workplace of inclusion that welcomes and supports people of varying backgrounds, different viewpoints, experience, talents, and ideas.

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  • MIT International Students Office

    The International Students Office serves all incoming and currently enrolled international students at the Institute. The ISO assists students in maintaining their legal status in the United States, provides support for their dependents, and promotes interaction with and integration into the MIT community at large. 

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  • MIT Division of Student Life: Spiritual Support

    The nearly 40 active student religious organizations on campus are supported by one of twenty-five affiliated professionals in the Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life (ORSEL). Affiliates support on-campus programming, provide confidential one-on-one counseling, and advise student religious organizations. 

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  • MIT Division of Student Life: Multicultural Programs

    The Office of Multicultural Programs provides support, advocacy; and celebrates our diverse undergraduate and graduate student populations by providing a myriad of educational and social opportunities. 

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  • LBGTQ+ at MIT

    LBGTQ+ at MIT supports numerous student, employee, and alumni groups as well as other departments and initiatives on campus aiming to foster equity, intersectionality, and the continuum of social justice. 

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  • MIT Office of Minority Education

    The MIT Office of Minority Education promotes academic excellence, builds strong communities, and develops professional mindsets among students of underrepresented minority groups, with the ultimate goal of developing leaders in the academy, industry, and society. 

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  • Black Alumni of MIT

    BAMIT supports the professional and personal development of the Black community at MIT - with a special focus on the recruitment, development, and successful graduation of Black undergraduate and graduate students - and to amplify the voice of all Black alumni who are committed to leadership, innovation, and positive social transformation. 

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  • MIT Office of the Provost: Diversity Dashboard

    Explore the gender and race/ethnicity of the MIT community below in the Diversity Dashboard. 

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