How do I find out if am eligible for MIT’s health & medical plans?
You are generally eligible for Health Plan coverage if you are paid by MIT, are appointed to work at MIT for at least three months, and work at least 50% of the normal full-time work schedule. Learn more about your eligibility.
How do I adjust my MIT health & medical benefits after a divorce?
If you find yourself suddenly without health insurance because you were covered by the health plan of your spouse or domestic partner, review your medical, dental, and vision plan options, and enroll in the plans that meet your needs.
If divorce changes your financial situation and your eligibility for Medicaid or the State Children's Health Insurance Program, you have 60 days to make corresponding changes to health-related benefits.
You have 31 days after your divorce decree to make any necessary changes to your MIT health plans within 31 days of the official date of your divorce. For more information on how your divorce affects your MIT Health & Medical benefits, visit MIT Life Events: Divorce.