This is a landing page to better understand the pages available under "Our Office".
Mission of IDHR
MIT is committed to providing a working, living, and learning environment free from discrimination and discriminatory harassment for all community members including students, faculty, and staff. While preventing such incidents is a community-wide responsibility, the Institute Discrimination and Harassment Response Office supports community members who have experienced harm to access available resources and reporting options.
In Spring 2020, the Title IX & Bias Response (T9BR) office became the Institute Discrimination and Harassment Response Office (IDHR). In addition to handling student concerns related to Title IX (sexual assault, sexual harassment, and other forms of discrimination) IDHR is now a central resource for the entire MIT community for concerns related to discrimination, discriminatory harassment, and bias. This centralization is part of an Institute-wide effort to streamline informal and formal complaint processes to ensure that a dedicated and well-trained team is available to address incidents and establish centrally-tracked incident reports at MIT.
Use this page to learn more about the IDHR team and the Deputy Title IX Coordinators that serve as liaisons to our office.
Use this page to learn more about the Bias Response Team members and purpose.
Use this page to learn more about community-wide updates, initiatives, and important notices to the community.
Use this page to learn more about the CSMPR purpose, annual reports, and members.
Use this page to learn more about IDHR's annual data reports to the community.
Use this page to learn more about how to join the mailing list, student advisory committee, or about our annual Change-Maker Awards.
Use this page to learn more about where IDHR is located, how to contact our office, and how to request trainings.