Classroom space is assigned by the Schedules Office (5-111, email@example.com) and can be requested by completing the 'Classroom Reservation Request Form' found on their website. The Schedules Office has over 160 rooms in its inventory and room capacity ranges from 15 to 566. Classroom furniture styles vary from moveable armchairs, to tables and chairs, to fixed seats. No food is allowed in the classrooms. Detailed descriptions of classrooms are available on the web at http://web.mit.edu/registrar/classrooms/inventory.html. Academic classes have priority over all other uses.
The Schedules Office opens its books for non-academic scheduling in mid-May for Fall requests, November for IAP requests, mid-December for Spring requests, and mid-January for Summer requests. See the timeline: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/classrooms/reserve/timeline.html. Room request are made on-line at http://web.mit.edu/registrar/www/schedules/general.html.
For non-class event logistics in Stata classrooms, 10-250, and 34-101, contact the Campus Activities Complex. For all other non-class event furniture requests in the classrooms contact Custodial Services, 10-063, 253-7923, http://web.mit.edu/facilities/about/operations/custodial.html.
- Any type of performance which requires the use of platforms, scenery, stages, and lighting are not allowed in classrooms.
- Food and alcohol are not permitted in classroom facilities.
- All arrangements for support services should be made, in advance, by contracting the appropriate offices (i.e. Audio-Visual, Custodial Services, etc.). The Schedules Office does not coordinate logistics.
Campus Activities Complex (CAC)
Association of Student Activities (ASA)
Student Activities Office (SAO)