The Office of Information Technology staff advances student, faculty, and staff use of resources in teaching, learning, research, scholarship, and administrative process improvement. The Office of Information Technology is on the 4th floor of the Catherine Filene Shouse building. See virtual tour for the Office of Information Technology. Learn more about information technology at the MGH Institute.
Janis P. Bellack Library & Study Commons
Located on the 4th floor of Building 38, the Library & Study Commons features a room for quiet study and a collaborative space for group learning. The Library & Study Commons is staffed by the MGH Institute librarians. See the virtual tour of the Library & Study Commons. See also our online library resources.
MGH Institute School Store
Learn more about the MGH Institute Online School Store. As well as an online bookstore, we also have MGH Institute scrubs and gear, as well as commencement-related items.
Nancy and George Putnam Student Lounge
A comfortably furnished student lounge is located on the 3rd floor of the Shouse Building. Refrigerators and microwave ovens are provided for the storage and heating of small meals. Self-service coffee and tea is also available throughout the day and evening. All Institute students share the responsibility for keeping the area clean. Although this area is primarily intended for quiet relaxation and conversation, students may, at their discretion, use this space for study.
Student Study Space
Collaborative and group study spaces are located on the fourth floor of the Shouse Building, in the Library and Study Commons on the fourth floor of building 38, and on the second floor of 2CC - see virtual tour of study spaces. The Library and Study Commons also has a quiet study area. All study spaces are open to students during building operating hours.
Disability Services, within the Office of Student and Alumni Services (OSAS), supports the Institute’s mission and value of diversity by facilitating and supporting equal access to its programs and services for students who experience a disability. Learn more about disability services at the MGH Institute.
The Financial Aid office at MGH Institute of Health Professions is here to help you create a comprehensive financing solution for your education. The office is located in the Office of Enrollment Services, on the ground floor of Building 34.
Academic Support Services for Students
The Institute offers a variety of academic support services that are designed to help all students. Learn more about the services available.
The Office of Career Services is located in the Office of Student and Alumni Services on the second floor of Building 34. Learn more about the services offered to students and alumni.
The IHP Children’s Quarters
The Children's Quarters at the MGH Institute of Health Professions (IHP) serves benefits-eligible employees and students of the Institute, benefits-eligible employees of Massachusetts General Hospital, Partners Corporate, Partners-affiliated institutions and the Charlestown community. The Center provides high-quality, developmentally appropriate care and is licensed to serve Infant, Toddler and Preschool age children.
A fax machine available for student use can be found in the 3rd floor student workroom. It is the student's responsibility to pick up any incoming faxes in a timely manner.
Bulletin boards and email are the standard means by which the Institute communicates with students. Every student is assigned an Institute email account, which students are expected to monitor, as many official or time-sensitive notices are sent via email. The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) must approve all posting of signs by students on bulletin boards. Any student-posted material not approved by OSA will be removed.
Lockers are issued by the Office of Student Affairs to students as available. Full-time students receive preference for locker assignment. At the end of the academic year and summer term, students must empty their lockers regardless of whether or not they will be returning for the following semester.
Bicycle racks are located in the west alcove of the Shouse Building, and in four locations in the Constitution Center complex. Riders must provide their own locks. Neither the Institute nor building management is responsible for bicycle security. For $5/day, students can store their bikes in the secure bike cage inside the Navy Yard parking garage at Building 199.
See the policies which affirm the Institute's commitment to provide students, faculty, and staff access to a comfortable work and learning environment; purchase energy efficient resources; and use recycled paper whenever possible.