The Atlas Service Center is now welcoming walk-in visitors.
The Atlas Service Center (located on the first floor of E17, 40 Ames Street entrance) complements many of the resources available through Atlas online. MIT faculty, staff, students, and affiliates can receive guidance and complete activities by phone, via email, and in person at the Center. Please see below for details on specific services.
New hours as of October 4, 2021
For in-person services, please be sure to bring your MIT ID and your Duo device — such as your mobile phone — and any other required documentation as specified.
In accordance with U.S. immigration law, all faculty, staff, and student workers paid by MIT are required to provide proof of identity and authorization to work in the United States. See more on required documentation. Learn about the process and how to schedule an appointment.
Marsha Dailey, Tax Treaty/Senior Payroll Coordinator, is available by Zoom on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 am–4:30 pm, to help students, faculty, researchers, and staff address tax treaty questions, determine U.S. tax status, and complete required forms. Schedule an appointment for tax treaty guidance.
Complimentary notary services are offered by appointment only, 10 am–3 pm. The notary will be in touch with detailed instructions once the appointment is scheduled. Schedule a notary appointment.
Fingerprinting for criminal background checks is available to MIT community members. Email email@example.com to schedule a fingerprinting appointment.
There is a $10 fee (payable by TechCASH or credit card) for a 2x2 passport photo. Schedule a passport photo appointment.
Obtain your first MIT ID card, additional cards upon expiration, and replace lost or stolen cards. Learn more and get started with ID cards.
By email only; not available in person. Sometimes required as part of the hiring process or to obtain a security clearance. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for general questions and email@example.com for questions about background check policies for programs working with minors.
MIT offers a variety of programs to help reduce commuting costs and support sustainable transportation alternatives. Visit the Atlas Commuting Benefits page for information on parking accounts, public transportation subsidies, bicycling reimbursements, and more. Parking & Transportation staff are available via email and phone as posted on Commuter Connections. Atlas Service Center generalists are also available to answer commuting questions in person.
The most convenient way to purchase goods and services across campus. Learn more about TechCASH.
Center staff are available 8 am–5 pm to provide information about other Institute services, such as benefits (HR), community wellness (MIT Medical), MIT recreation (DAPER), activities (MITAC), and meal plans (DSL).
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