MIT Campus Dining venues are located across the campus, providing a broad range of diverse and healthy options prepared from fresh quality ingredients. MIT offers comprehensive traditional meal plans through its House Dining operations, as well as a declining balance account and TechCASH, which can be used to purchase meals in any campus dining facility. TechCASH is MIT's universal debit account that can be used for all campus services, including food purchases. Many retail locations also accept credit and debit cards.
The Meal Plan Program ranges from a full 19 meals/week to 7 meals/week (the Any 7 plan is only available to students in the class of 2013 residing in Baker House, McCormick Hall, Next House, and Simmons Hall). All MIT students are eligible to participate in the House Dining Meal Plan at varying levels depending upon their place of residence and class year (see http://dining.mit.edu/meal-plans/ for details). Student residents of Baker House, Maseeh Hall, McCormick Hall, Next House, and Simmons Hall are required to enroll in a House Dining Meal Plan. All students are encouraged to consider their meal plan options when choosing their housing preferences. House Dining Rooms, like all Campus Dining operations, are open to the entire MIT community. Details on all Campus Dining services, including locations, menus, hours of operation, nutrition and special diets, and meal plan options can be found at http://dining.mit.edu/. Students with special dietary needs are encouraged to contact MIT Campus Dining at 617-253-4875 or email@example.com with questions. Confidential consultations with MIT Medical and House Dining dieticians are also available.