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Residential Dining

Residential
Dining

Five dining halls, five cook-for-yourself residences, and meal plans designed with flexibility and choice in mind.


How and when to eat is personal, so when it comes to dining, MIT offers two options:



House Dining Meal Plans

This program offers a variety of fresh cuisines, specialized cooking stations that feature recipes from around the world, and hands-on cooking events throughout the academic year in five undergraduate dining halls:

  • Baker House
  • Maseeh Hall
  • McCormick Hall
  • Next House
  • Simmons Hall

Additionally, every meal plan option includes free guest passes.



Want to pay cash or TECHCash at the door? Prices are:

Breakfast - $8.25

Brunch - $11.25 (Saturday and Sunday only)

Lunch - $11.25 (Monday - Friday only, served in the Howard Dining Hall at Maseeh Hall)

Dinner - $14



Cook-for-Yourself Communities

MIT supports students who wish to have individual control over their meals and dining schedule. Seven undergraduate residence halls, known as "cook-for-yourself" communities, are equipped with kitchens on each hallway or floor.

  • Burton Conner
  • East Campus
  • MacGregor House
  • New House
  • Random Hall

Note: Students in cook-for-yourself communities may enroll in a House Dining Meal Plan.