Margaret Cheney Room
MIT's Women's Community Center (3-310)
The Margaret Cheney Room was founded in 1884 in recognition of the fact that women have traditionally been denied a safe space of their own, especially in the STEM fields. In light of its founding mission, the Cheney Room exists to promote community and empower all students at MIT who experience gender-based systems of oppression. This includes (but is not limited to) self-identified women, transgender women, and non-binary individuals.
If you have questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out what the Cheney Room has to offer:
- Events and Programs: Movie Nights, Lunches Series, Standing Group Meetings, Spring and IAP workshop series
- Get Involved: Join the Space Committee, submit a Small Event Funding Request, reserve the space