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Welcome to CAC

Campus Activities Complex


In response to COVID-19 and in an effort to attend to the wellbeing of our students and community members, all Campus Activities Complex buildings and spaces are closed. During this time, we are not currently accepting requests for event space. If you need help or have questions, please email cacscheduling@mit.edu. Sorry for the inconvience as we do our part to combat the spread of COVID-19.

For students residing on campus who would like to reserve an outdoor space for gatherings, please review the outdoor gathering protocols prior to making your reservation. Please note:

  • Only available to residential students (both graduate and undergraduatet students) and house teams
  • No student organizations can host gatherings or reserve space (consistent with current practice under COVID)
  • Protocols and guidelines for use and reservation are set by CAC/DSL

Reserving Outdoor Spaces

The Campus Activities Complex (CAC) provides a range of facilities and services designed to support the educational mission of the institute and the out-of-classroom needs of the community. CAC services include facilities management, event planning and support, retail, and contracted services.

This unit manages the Stratton Student Center, Kresge Auditorium, the Stata Center, MIT Chapel, Religious Activities Center, Walker Memorial, Wong Auditorium, Reservable Outdoor Space, and Barbecue Pits as centers for social, cultural, educational, religious, and recreational interaction. The Campus Activities Complex is a reporting unit within the Student Development and Support area of the Division of Student Life (DSL).

For more information on event planning and CAC facilities, please see our Event Planning Guide or call our office at (617) 253-3913.