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Easily! Please go to http://giving.mit.edu/sloangift and select the MIT Sloan Reunion Gift Fund, which supports the MIT Sloan Annual Fund. Make your gift between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014, in order for your gift to count towards your class gift goal.
Alumni celebrating a reunion will receive a mailing in late-March with registration information. Alumni will be able to register online beginning at that time.
Please review our accommodations page for the details on MIT Sloan Reunion hotel arrangements. It lists all the rooms reserved at a special MIT Sloan rate. The discounted rates indicated have been negotiated for the benefit of alumni and guests returning for reunion. Please be aware that they do expire in May (dates vary between hotels).
You can use the online Alumni Directory. While you're logged in, you can check and update your own personal information as well.
You do not need to log in to register for the weekend. However, to see your Class Pages (includes information such as Class Specific Events and Who is Attending) you must log in using your @sloan.mit.edu account. If you need assistance, please contact Claudia de Jesús Suárez at email@example.com or by phone at 617-253-3183.
Yes. In order to change your MIT Sloan preferred class year affiliation, please send an email requesting this change to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once your record has been updated you will ONLY receive information for the new class year.
MIT offers a youth program, Kid Tech, for children ages 6–12. Babysitting services are also available through Parents in a Pinch, a local childcare provider. More information will be available in March when registration opens.
We welcome and encourage children to attend Reunion Weekend. However, there are a few events that do not have kid-friendly activities. Those include: Back to the Classroom Sessions, Class Dinners, and the Alumni C-function. Highly recommended events for children include: Kid Tech, Boston Duck Tour, Fenway Park Tour, and MIT Sloan Family Barbeque.
The general dress code for the weekend is business casual attire. However, for your class dinners you may want to change to semi-formal attire.
Alumni in the 50th reunion class can march in Commencement and bring one guest, who will be seated separately. Please visit the Commencement page for more details. All other alumni and guests can watch the proceedings by video broadcast on campus.
When you are on campus, you can select the MIT WiFi server ‘MIT Guest’ — it will not ask for credentials.
There will be limited parking available in select lots on the east side of campus. Parking passes will be made available prior to Reunion Weekend with an email confirmation and at the onsite registration/check-in area during the weekend.
Most of the MIT campus is accessible to the disabled community, and a detailed map is available indicating all ramps, elevators and bathrooms. If you or a member of your family requires accommodations for a disability, please contact MIT Disability Services at 617-253-1674.
Tickets for Tech Night at Pops will be distributed at registration/check-in on Thursday, June 5 until 4:30 p.m. If you are not able to pick up your Pops tickets by 4:30 p.m. they will be sent to Symphony Hall for pick up beginning at 7:00 p.m. The performance begins at 8:00 p.m. sharp. Symphony Hall ushers will seat latecomers during the first convenient pause in the program. Symphony Hall does not allow children under the age of five to attend performances, and tickets are required for all patrons regardless of age.
Dress code for the Pops is smart casual or better. Those celebrating their 50th reunion and members of the Cardinal and Gray Society are encouraged to wear their red jackets.