MSP&C 50th Anniversary - information for on-campus activities

January 28, 2022

Updated on 3/17/2022

While it is challenging to plan our 50th anniversary celebration in the middle of a pandemic, we are dedicated to and excited about offering some in-person, on-campus experiences for our members, alums, and campus partners. As you make your plans to travel to MIT, we want to share the current conditions on campus.

If you plan to attend the April 22-23 festivities, please fill out this form.

Where we stand:
As of March 2022, individuals must attest to being vaccinated and boosted before accessing any of MIT's buildings. TIM Tickets, an online system, is the current way for visitors to access buildings and events on campus. Face coverings are optional for all attendees of indoor event.

**MIT has been gradually loosening its COVID restrictions, but please note that more restrictive policies may be re-implemented at any point.**

What we can promise:
The MS&PC staff, current members, and local alums will be here in the Boston area to meet and greet you. A variety of activities and gatherings will be held either on- and/or off- campus to celebrate MS&PC's big milestone.

What we will do:
- Continue to monitor the public health situation and associated MIT guidelines on in-person events and keep you updated on the latest information, policies, and changes to our 50th anniversary celebrations on April 22-23.
- Provide info about where you can obtain COVID testing in the Boston area. Please note that MIT testing is not available to visitors.

What you can do:
- Let us know you are coming to Boston for the April 22-23 activities by filling out this google form
- Make sure you are vaccinated and boosted (or have a medical or religious exemption) so you will be able to fulfill any of MIT's campus access requirements
- Make sure you understand the requirements for entering the US or Massachusetts from where you will be traveling.
- Be aware of MIT's policies regarding visitor campus access,

We look forward to seeing you at MIT soon! As always, you can reach out to us at any time at