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You are eligible to use the Tuition Assistance Plan if you have been appointed to work at MIT for at least nine months; you are scheduled to work at least 50% of a normal full-time work schedule in your department, laboratory, or center; you are paid by MIT; and you are not excluded from the Plan as stated in the Tuition Assistance Plan Guide.
The Institute recognizes the duty of employees as citizens to serve on juries or as court witnesses. See MIT's Jury or Witness Duty policy in the MIT Employment Policy Manual.
MIT Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are employee-led groups formed around common interests, bonds, or background. ERG members create a positive work environment at MIT by actively contributing to the Institute's mission, values and efforts specific to inclusion. All of MIT’s ERGs are open to any employee.
Visit Employee Leaves to learn about your eligibility for parental leave.
Books, materials, seminars, conferences, workshops, private study, tutoring, recertification programs, license fees, travel expenses, food, lodging, taxes, processing fees, shipping fees, and all other nonacademic fees are not reimbursable.