MIT Remote Appointment Guidance For Spring 2022

MIT Remote Appointment Guidance For Spring 2022

The Office of the Vice Chancellor announced that MIT guidance on in-person learning and remote appointments for Fall 2021 will continue for the Spring 2022 semester.  Students are expected to be physically on-campus in Spring 2022 for in-person learning and conduct their U.S.-based appointments (including research and teaching assistantships) from inside the U.S. 

As in Fall 2021, there will be limited exceptions process for those who encounter “absolute barriers” preventing their return to the U.S. for the Spring 2022 semester due to the pandemic (e.g. visa delays, travel restrictions).  Guidance on eligibility and how to request consideration for a remote appointment for Spring 2022 is provided in the announcement.

Students who will be traveling are also reminded about the MIT vaccination requirements as well as new U.S. federal government requirements on vaccination and testing in order to enter the U.S. from abroad, which is also referenced in the announcement.

To view the full announcement, click here.   

Students who have questions about how the new U.S. federal government vaccine/testing requirements for entry to the U.S. should review the resources above and then reach out to their ISO Advisor for any additional clarification.