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ISO Summer Hours
The ISO will adopt summer hours for the period of Monday, June 27 through Friday, August 5, 2022.  The ISO will return to academic year operation hours on Monday, August 8.
ISO Staff will be working Monday through Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm, but will have a hybrid of walk-in hours and days that staff will be working fully remote.

Summer Walk-In Hours:
Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays: Walk-In Hours 10:00am-3:00pm
Wednesdays & Fridays: Fully Virtual (ISO Staff will be working remotely) – No Walk-In Hours on these days.

*ISO Advisors will continue to conduct appointments remotely via Zoom, and can be reached by email and by phone. 

**Visa documents will continue to be requested and processed online via iMIT, and the documents will be sent to students electronically (if possible) or via express mail. 

***Some orientation and programming will be offered online, with in-person events as allowed.

Phone: (617) 253-3795
Fax: (617) 258-5483

ISO Emergency Number for use at U.S. Port-of-Entry: (617) 258-5480
(For use only when entering the U.S. and have issues at U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Our mailing address:

MIT International Students Office
77 Massachusetts Avenue, Building E18-219
Cambridge, MA 02139

UPS, DHL, Fed-Ex Ground Service, Overnight, and Direct Deliveries
MIT International Students Office
50 Ames Street, E18-219
Cambridge, MA 02142

(Building E18 is physically located at 50 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA. The International Students Office is on the second floor.)

While the ISO is operating remotely, it will take longer to respond to any documentation received by paper mail. We encourage that paper mail not be sent to the ISO during this time, but rather that you consult with your ISO Advisor first before mailing any documentation to the ISO (it may be preferred that documentation be scanned/emailed to your ISO Advisor).

The International Students Office does not answer questions regarding international student admissions, degree programs, billing, financial aid, and housing. Please refer to those MIT offices to find the quickest answers to your questions.