Dining options and meal plans are available to all students. Students living in Baker House, Maseeh Hall, McCormick Hall, Next House, and Simmons Hall are required to enroll in one of the meal plans designated specifically for their residence hall and number of semesters completed at MIT. All students who enroll in a mandatory or voluntary meal plan are subject to the House Dining Meal Plan Terms and Conditions.
The housing and dining policies listed on the Housing Policies section of this website pertain to all students residing in MIT undergraduate, graduate, and family housing unless designated as specifically pertaining to undergradudate housing (UG) or graduate housing (G).
Mail and Package Delivery
Mail and packages should be properly addressed in order to reach its recipient:
Residence Hall Name and Room Number
Residence Hall Street Address
Cambridge, MA 02139
To read more about mail package and delivery, visit the Housing Policies section of this website.
Requesting Leave (UG)
There are many reasons why undergraduates may need or wish to take time away from the Institute. The deans in S3 are available to talk with you about your situation, and to guide you through the process of taking time away, and returning. Before leaving the Institute, you should have a clear understanding of the expectations during your leave. Details about requesting and returning from leave are available in the S3 section.
MIT is committed to providing a productive living and learning community in which students can pursue their educational goals. Sexual misconduct undermines this commitment and affects the ability of students to focus on their educational achievement. Therefore, MIT will not tolerate nor condone any form of sexual misconduct.
Weapons and Dangerous Objects
MIT prohibits in any building, space, or grounds used for Institute purposes, including in any residence hall or FSILG, or in any motor vehicle on property or vehicles used for Institute purposes, all weapons and other objects that can be used to cause physical harm, that can be used to threaten physical harm, or that, by their appearance, could reasonably be perceived as weapons or objects that could be used to cause physical harm (e.g., replica firearms).