Academic and Administrative Offices

Dining Office
Building W59, Room 500

Campus Dining is part of MIT Residential Life within the Division of Student Life. We operate 28 unique locations across the Institute including cafés, house dining rooms, and campus convenience stores. The cafés and restaurants included in our system are designed to meet the needs of the thousands of students, faculty, staff, affiliates and campus visitors that dine with us each day. Campus Dining services are backed by a professional staff committed to addressing the dining needs of all members of the MIT Community.

There are a number of dining committees at MIT that provide students, faculty and staff members with the opportunity to help shape the dining services offered to the campus. These groups help plan events, gather information, and offer guidance to our office. Students with an interest in dining can speak to (or seek leadership roles with) the Undergraduate Association (UA), Dormitory Council (Dorm Con) or their house dining committee. Faculty and staff members interested in getting involved with Dining committees should contact the office directly at 617.253.4875.

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