Advertising & Promotion

Display/Poster Space

Infinite Corridor Poster Displays

If your group fails to use a promotional space reservation within the first 24 hours, the reservation may be given to another group. In addition, groups are responsible for removing their posters when their reservation ends, otherwise they will be removed and discarded.

The fixed poster display cases in the Infinite Corridor may be reserved by members of the MIT community. To request space, please visit Poster dimensions must be 11x17"; paper should be 65# or heavier cover stock. Please ensure that your design is in a portrait (vertical) orientation: landscape (horizontal) posters will not fit in these display cases. This promotional opportunity is administered by the MIT Events and Information Center (7-121, 253-4795,

Public Infinite Corridor Panels

Use of the Infinite Corridor Panels is provided by the CAC to ASA recognized student organizations and Institute departments for displays that promote their programs. Displays should be attractive, informative, and educational. Reservations may be made once per term by an individual organization for a maximum period of ten (10) days excluding weekends. Beginning early December, applications for panels are accepted for the following IAP and spring terms. Each organization can have a maximum of ten days per semester.

As you enter the Infinite Corridor from Lobby 7, the panels are on the right. Panel A is the first panel; Panel B is the fourth panel; and Panel C is the sixth panel. The dimensions of the panels are: Panels A and Panel C are 69" long and 44" high, and Panel B is 64" long and 44" high. These measurements are the size of the finished display (i.e. the visible space). You cannot tuck edges under the frames. Keys for the locks may be obtained from the Campus Activities Complex office, W20-500. You will need to leave your ID with the office until the key is returned.

Easels are no longer permitted along the Infinite Corridor.

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