Vendors and resources
Below are some vendors with whom MIT event planners have worked successfully. For detailed guidance on recommended vendors and bidding process/regulations, please contact Procurement in the Office of the Vice President for Finance—and you can always search for MIT Preferred Providers by logging in with your MIT certificates.
Have you a vendor to recommend to colleagues? Please let us know about your experience!
*indicates an MIT preferred photographer that offers a standard discount. Other vendors may offer a discount when you identify as an MIT client, however, so it is worth asking when you call.
- Casey Atkins
- Jake Belcher*
- Stuart Darsch*
- Gretchen Ertl
- L. Barry Hetherington*
- Andrew Kubica
- Ian MacLellan
- MIT Technique (student group)
- Cody O’Loughlin
- Ken Richardson*
- Andy Ryan*
- Jonathan Sachs*
- Dana Smith
- Bryce Vickmark
- Caitlin Cunningham*
- Christopher Harting*
- Conor Doherty*
- Juliana Sohn*
- Justin Knight Photography*
- Kent Dayton*
- Malyszko Photography *
- Sarah Bastille Photography*
- Webb Chappell*
See also MIT Procurement preferred printers
- On-campus poster distribution: Hire Rachel Maillet to add your event posters to bulletin boards across campus
MIT Conference Services
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Photo: Dominick Reuter
Tim the Beaver is available to attend events hosted by MIT-recognized student groups and departments.
MIT Copytech has three convenient locations on campus.
Did you know?
MIT Video Productions offers Emmy® Award-winning video production serving education, research, and outreach at MIT. Below, “Imagination Off the Charts” documenting the 2016 MIT residency of musician Jacob Collier.
MIT’s Endicott House in Dedham can accomodate small and mid-sized groups for professional meetings and special events.
Ice cream socials are always popular events! MIT planners recommend the following:
MIT Police escort the Academic Procession on Commencement Day.
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