MIT Graduate Assistance and Information Network (GAIN)

MIT Graduate Assistance and Information Network (GAIN)

Helping MIT Graduate Students Manage Life Outside the Classroom

Life as an MIT graduate student is busy enough without having to spend time searching for relocation assistance, financial advice, child care, and other essential services. That’s why MIT is introducing a new, free, and confidential service exclusively for graduate students and their families: the MIT Graduate Assistance and Information Network (GAIN).

The MIT Graduate Assistance and Information Network (GAIN) is a 24/7 network of professionals who provide life management resources and referrals to help make life easier. Looking for assistance with legal or financial matters? Moving to the Cambridge area but unsure where to begin? Need to find child care or a school for your son or daughter?

Get started now

Call:

844-MIT-GAIN (844-648-4246)

Visit:

MITGAIN.com

Resources for the Realities of Life

MIT GAIN services, which are available at no cost to you and your family, include:

  • Legal consultation
  • Financial consultation
  • Child care resources and personalized research and referrals
  • Elder care resources and personalized research and referrals
  • Relocation guidance
  • School/summer camp selection for children in grades K–12
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Career assessment
  • Resources for other life concerns, such as moving services, home repair and cleaning services, pet care, fitness programs and trainers, and more.

Take advantage of these additional MIT Work-Life programs and resources:

See our FAQs

Have questions? Get answers about MIT GAIN in our FAQs.

For assistance any time

Call:

844-MIT-GAIN (844-648-4246)
(TTY) 866-892-7162

Visit:

MITGAIN.com