Explore the MIT Sloan Campus
MIT Sloan and the wider MIT Campus
Take a virtual tour of the MIT Sloan School of Management. Due to the pandemic, only faculty, students, and staff are allowed on campus. This page is a resource for you to get a better sense of what our campus typically looks like. Explore the campus, learn more about MIT and the Kendall Square neighborhood.
The MIT Sloan Campus
Welcome to a different kind of management school. Our campus is a unique place built for a community of people inventing the future. Everywhere you look, you’ll see bright minds working together to make meaningful ideas matter in the world.
Note: Because we’re MIT, all of our buildings are designated by numbers, not names. The number before the dash is the building and the numbers after are the floor and room. So, if you’re in Admissions, you’re in E52-359. That’s building E52, floor 3, room 59. The "E" indicates that we are east of Ames Street.
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MIT Sloan Facts and Figures
Approximate total students enrolled
Sloan student-led clubs
degree and non-degree programs
Creating and Supporting a Sustainable Campus
savings in energy thanks to E62's green measures
square feet of green space exist on MIT Sloan's campus
number of years MIT has produced its own power on campus
The Alfred P. Sloan School of Management began in 1914 as Course XV, Engineering Administration, at MIT, within the Department of Economics and Statistics.
The MIT Campus
The MIT community is driven by a shared purpose: to make a better world through education, research, and innovation. On the stage or field, in makerspaces, living communities, and the surrounding area, MIT brings together talented people to learn, work, live, and play.
MIT Sloan students regularly tap the wealth of MIT resources and often work closely across the Institute to bring new ideas from the lab to the marketplace.
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MIT Sloan is in the heart of Cambridge’s thriving Kendall Square neighborhood. The school is surrounded by biotech companies, tech giants, startups, and research labs, as well as a wide array of restaurants, outdoor activities, arts, music, and culture. And with nearly 60 colleges and universities in the Boston area, creative, intellectual energy is a key part of the fabric of the city.
About the neighborhood
of the top 20 Biopharma companies located in Kendall
Industry sectors call Kendall home
people live, work, and learn in Kendall Square
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