MIT Dining

MIT Dining

Nourishing the Institute

Let's Eat


Important Dates & Need to Know:


 

  • Fall Semester Meal Plan End Date: Meal plan holders please take note that the final meal service service for the fall term meal plan is dinner on Thursday, December 22.
     
  • IAP Meal Plan Enrollment: Members of the MIT community who are interested in enrolling in a block meal plan for the Independent Activities Period (IAP) are welcome to enroll now at MyCard.  Please see below for a list of available IAP block meal plan options, which begin on Sunday, January 8, 2023. Please know meal swipes do not roll over week-to-week.
     
    • Weekly IAP Meal Plan Rates & Availability:
       
      • Block 8 Meal Plan ($126.96/wk), Available Weeks 1-4
      • Block 10 Meal Plan ($154/wk), Available Weeks 1-4
      • Block 12 Meal Plan ($180.96/wk), Available Weeks 1-4
      • Block 14 Meal Plan ($196/wk), Available Weeks 1-3


Did You Know?
 

  • Commonwealth Kitchen Launchpad restaurants support student events with in-house catering. Please check with each restaurant for more information.
  • Meal plan information for 2022-2023 is now available on our website. Please review the minimum plan requirement grid on the meal plan webpage.
  • Fall 2022 on-campus retail dining locations and hours are available on our website
  • Maseeh’s Oasis station is now open for breakfast, Monday through Friday. Please check out the new gluten-free/nut free station opposite Oasis.
  • All meal plans automatically renew at the end of the fall semester for the spring semester, regardless of whether they are required or voluntary.
     


The Dining Download


Interested in the latest updates from MIT Dining?  See below for recent editions of the Dining Download, a semi-regular e-newsletter from MIT Dining with updates and (tasty) reminders about on-campus dining.  
 


*Please check the retail dining page for current days and hours.

Our Mission

MIT Dining


MIT Dining advances the Division of Student Life’s mission, ‘we are here for students’, by collaboratively working with students, departments, labs, and centers to create a campus where everyone has access to healthy, affordable, and culturally meaningful food served in an environment designed for social connections, sustainability, and innovation.