Spring 2021: The MIT Admissions office on campus is closed (operating remotely) until further notice and the campus is closed to most visitors at this time. For more information, see
- MIT’s COVID-19 response website
- Visitor Policy announcement
- MIT Admissions virtual visits, online information sessions, and Ask a Student
- MIT Admissions, COVID-19, and frequently asked questions
We know many prospective students and families are eager to visit campus, however, MIT’s top priority—keeping our community members and neighbors safe during the ongoing pandemic—continues this spring and summer. MIT Covid policy dictates that we must maintain low population density in our buildings and campus, and as such, there will be no visitor access to any part of campus before fall.
If you are interested in learning more about MIT and our campus, there are online information sessions and plenty of resources on the Admissions website to help answer your questions and allow you to explore MIT.
Delegations and official visits
MIT departments, labs, and centers who will welcome foreign officials or government groups to campus may read more on the delegations and official visits page.
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