MIT COVID-19 Signage
Updated signage templates (updated January 20)
The safety of the MIT community and visitors is a top priority. The COVID-19 signage program has been designed to encourage healthy practices that comply with city and state guidelines for repopulating the MIT campus.
Signage for common areas
Signage for common areas across campus, including main entrance doors, elevators, and restrooms, will be printed and installed by Facilities and Office of Campus Planning staff.
DLC Toolkit: download and install signs and graphics
Posting of signs in DLC-controlled spaces will be the responsibility of the DLC. The following materials include print flyers, AV screen graphics, and table tents that can be printed and installed by each office in your spaces.
Print options: The following materials may be downloaded and printed on a standard office printer or you may order from the Copytech online printing site.
Wear a face covering
Maximum Capacity Room Sign
- Capacity 1-10 signs (PDF)
- Fillable capacity sign (PDF)
- Kitchen one at a time (PDF)
- Restroom one at a time (PDF)
Clean surfaces before/after use
Stop the Spread – hygiene tips
Stop the Spread – handwashing
- Flyer (PDF)
The Office of Campus Planning is currently evaluating and will provide guidance for use of directional signage for common areas on campus. This guidance will take into account compliance with fire safety and accessibility requirements. In the meantime, we are providing the following templates for use in internal DLC spaces. Please contact the signage team with any questions regarding directional signage use.
- Arrow plain (PDF)
- Arrow this way left (PDF)
- Arrow this way right (PDF)
- Custodial Services - Do not enter (PDF)
- Do not eat or drink (PDF)
- Do not enter (PDF)
- Enter here (PDF)
- Enter only (PDF)
- Exit here (PDF)
- Exit only (PDF)
- Line starts here (PDF)
- No eating or drinking (PDF)
- Stairs down (PDF)
- Stairs up (PDF)
- Unavailable seat (PDF)
- Unavailable seating area (PDF)
- Unavailable table (PDF)
Additional signage options are also available at the print resources page of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Haven’t found what you’re looking for? We’re developing new signs over the coming days and weeks and will add the files to this page. Contact us with your signage suggestions or to review signage needs for your area.
Artwork files for this signage program are available to DLC communications teams for minor customization. Contact us to request files.