Serving the community of
world religions at MIT
Visit MIT's Diversity website, "Inventing our Future," to learn more about religious diversity at MIT.
The Chaplains at MIT, representing many of the world's religions, serve both their own religious communities, as well as the MIT community at large. Chaplains are available for counseling, private talks, and program development. Many of the religious groups represented by the chaplains meet weekly for worship, prayer, or study. In addition, more than thirty student religious groups, recognized by the Association of Student Activities, are active on campus. MIT Chaplains are available for counseling, conversation, and consultation. If you are planning a life cycle event or religious ceremony, such as a wedding, there are MIT guidelines to consider.
MIT Board of Chaplains
To the right is a list of MIT Board of Chaplains members. Click on a name to see more on each chaplain and contact information.