Religious Life at MIT
MIT Board of Chaplains
Religious Activities Center, Building W11
The Chaplain to the Institute and The MIT Board of Chaplains, representing many of the world’s religions, serves both their own religious communities, as well as the greater MIT community. Chaplains are available for counseling, confidential consultation, program facilitation and crisis support. Many of the religious groups represented by the Chaplains meet regularly for worship, prayer and study. In addition, more than thirty student religious groups, recognized by the Association of Student Activities, are active on campus.
The MIT Chapel is a building on campus set apart for meditation, quiet reflection, worship, and special events. It is open to and used by people of all faiths.