MIT Dining offers five dining halls, five cook-for-yourself residences, and meal plans designed with flexibility and choice in mind.
How and when we eat is personal, so when it comes to dining, MIT offers affordable, flexible, and nutritious 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
Want to pay cash or TECHCash at the door? Prices for the 2019-2020 academic year are as follows:
- Breakfast - $9.50
- Brunch - $14.95 (Saturday and Sunday only)
- Lunch - $14.95 (Monday - Friday only, served in the Howard Dining Hall at Maseeh Hall)
- Dinner - $17.95
For students in a rush, use a meal plan swipe at our Pick-a-Lunch location in Walker Memorial, second floor Pritchett Dining, Monday-Thursdays, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
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.
Note: Students in cook-for-yourself communities may enroll in a meal plan.