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CAC Facilities

Religious Activities Center (W11)

The Religious Activities Center (located at the corner of Amherst Street and Massachusetts Avenue) houses the Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life, MIT Chaplains, student religious organizations, and other religious functions. An MIT ID is required to enter the building. The Religious Activities Center has three small multipurpose rooms available on a limited basis. Reservations for general activities will be accepted after the needs of the Chaplains are met.

Event rooms in this facility are in set configurations. If you wished them changed, you would need to arrange for this service at least one week ahead of time and would be charged a special fee. Unless such service is arranged, event rooms need to be left as they were found in these set configurations. If the set configuration is changed and not reset, a special fee will be incurred.

Main Dining Room (W11-190)

This room has a permanent banquet-style setup and can accommodate groups up to 48 people and 2 side tables for food/beverage. Room has movie screen and windows. Room can be used with Small Dining Room with connecting doors open. (Both spaces must be booked to do this.)

Small Dining Room (W11-180)

This room has a permanent boardroom setup which can seat 16 people.

Community Room (W11-155)

This room provides space for up to 20 people in an informal lounge/meeting setting with a white board and carpet. The table seating is for 12 people.